Top billing in this regular round-up of recent research goes to John O’Brien’s analysis of the UK BPS market. The report gives a full run-down of market forecasts in business process services up to 2015 and pulls out the implications of key trends such as the shift towards platform-based services. Naturally it’s required reading for anyone with a stake in the bumpy but relatively buoyant BPS sector.
Meanwhile, Tola Sargeant's research note on Fujitsu’s end-to-end PSN strategy gives PublicSectorViews clients further insights into one of the major opportunities in the government sector in the years ahead, not to mention one of the major competitors in the sector.
You can also catch up with all the research notes and reports published by the team in Q2 of this year by checking this quarterly summary. It’s a handy way of seeing whether you missed anything of interest to your business.
Eligible subscribers can also access a couple of new HotViewsExtra pieces from last week. Angela Eager, research director for enterprise software and application services, posted her comments on Microsoft’s loss-making Q4. And Phil Codling added his thoughts on Computacenter’s “fantastic” first half service growth.
As for press coverage, TechMarketView continued to feature in The Times, with Murad Ahmed quoting Richard Holway’s comments in his piece on cheaper rivals to the iPad (Times subscription required to access the content). Also in The Times, Nic Fildes once again turned to Anthony Miller for his views on CGI’s takeover of Logica in the article Barely a glance backwards as Britain’s last tech giant heads for Canada. In the trade press, quotes included Anthony Miller’s appearance in CloudPro following the publication earlier in the month of TechMarketView’s latest UK SITS market trends and forecasts.
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