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Tuesday 18 December 2018

TechMarketView’s Predictions 2019: The full gamut available now!

The Year of the Relationship logoIn case you missed it!

Last week, TechMarketView’s Chief Analyst Georgina O’Toole revealed our 2019 research theme:

The Year of the Relationship: Extend, Evolve, Optimise

You can read more about The Year of the Relationship here. Already, in our conversations with clients, we have found the theme is clearly resonating. It acknowledges that suppliers and end users must effectively develop an array of relationships as they compete in a market being driven by the desire to digitally transform.

The launch of our theme was followed each day last week with TechMarketView’s Research Directors explaining why The Year of the Relationship is relevant to their area of the UK SITS (software and IT services) market. Predictions for 2019 across each of our research streams can be found by following the links here:

  • InfrastructureViews: Predictions for the UK Infrastructure Services market here.
  • ESASViews: Predictions for the UK Enterprise Software market here and for the UK Application Services market here.
  • BusinessProcessViews: Predictions for the UK Business Process Services market here.
  • Public SectorViews: Predictions for the UK Public Sector SITS market here.
  • FinancialServicesViews: Predictions for the UK Financial Services SITS market here.
  • SecureConnectViews: Predictions for security, networking and cloud here.

Later this week, we will combine all our Predictions in an easy-to-digest Compendium for TechMarketView subscribers. Watch this space!

Across our research streams, TechMarketView Research Directors have highlighted a wide range of relationships that will need focus if organisations are to progress their digital transformation agendas. We must all work together to get the UK SITS market motoring at a faster pace! Over the next 12 months, subscribers will be able to delve deeper into The Year of the Relationship theme, as our analysts investigate all types of relationship, explore which suppliers are getting it right, highlight new relationship models, and advise how to ‘extend, optimise and evolve’.

If you are not yet a subscriber, please contact Deb Seth to find out how to rectify the situation!

Posted by HotViews Editor at '08:00' - Tagged: predictions   YearoftheRelationship