Insight and analysis on the UK SITS scene
The TechMarketView Foundation Service does precisely what it says on the can! It gives suppliers, investors—indeed anybody with ‘skin in the game’—the basic grounding they need to understand the core market trends and fundamental industry dynamics driving the UK software and IT services (SITS) scene.
Led by TechMarketView’s widely recognised and highly respected co-founder and managing partner, Anthony Miller, the Foundation Service comprises four inter-related research streams covering key aspects of the UK SITS market and industry:
MarketViews - provides views, analysis, market sizing and forecasts for the UK SITS sector
CompanyViews - ranks and comments on the performance of the main providers of Software and IT Services to the UK market.
IndustryViews - analyses all the corporate activity (like M&A, IPOs, stock market performance) that affects the sector
OffshoreViews - looks at the role that both offshore resources and offshore companies play in the sector.
In addition to these four research streams, subscribers enjoy access to the UKHotViews archive and our timely UKHotViewsExtra analysis.
UKHotViews archive. Several thousand articles from the UKHotViews archive are now fully searchable and only available to Subscribers. This provides a superb database of corporate and market information.
UKHotViewsExtra is only available to subscribers. It provides more in-depth analysis and views than those provided in UKHotViews. For example, UKHotViews will cover the headline results but, later in the day, UKHotViewsExtra will provide more in depth and considered views; usually after talking to the company’s top management.
As a subscriber to TechMarketView Foundation Service, you gain the market, financial, industry and competitor intelligence you need to manage your business.
The TechMarketView Foundation Service is available on an annual subscription based on the size of the client organisation. The Service is then freely available for all client personnel without usage restriction. This provides a highly competitive ‘per user’ pricing model.
More detailed analysis of each market segment can be found in the companion research programmes, ESASViews (Enterprise Software & Application Services), BusinessProcessViews, InfrastructureViews and PublicSectorViews. Clients can subscribe to any combination of these focused research streams depending on their interests.