Thursday 01 November 2018

*New Research* UK public sector SITS market trends & forecasts 2018

PSV MT&F coverIn July we published a preview of our detailed forecasts for the UK public sector software and IT services (SITS) market through to 2021. This early view provided a breakdown of the numbers by vertical subsector (central government, local government, education, health, police and defence) and by SITS activity (infrastructure services, application services, business process services and software).

Today, PublicSectorViews subscribers can read the up-to-date analysis of the drivers and trends behind the forecasts in our UK Public Sector SITS Market Trends & Forecasts 2018 report. It builds on the preview report by providing additional granularity on our view of the market and in-depth analysis of drivers and trends across all subsectors. We give our opinion on how those trends are impacting the market and how suppliers can best position themselves to take advantage of related opportunities.

2017 was a challenging year for many public sector SITS suppliers, with the larger players typically feeling the pinch more than the SMEs. Smaller firms have benefited from the ongoing disaggregation of contracts and the shift to smaller and shorter deals. The unsettled economic and political environment is impacting the ability for many organisations to progress digital transformation strategies. But there are opportunities out there if you know where to look. In this report we detail how the pressures in the sector are driving interest in new technologies and creating new opportunities for public sector SITS suppliers if they have the right skills, propositions and partner relationships in place.  

PublicSectorViews subscribers can download this year's UK Public Sector SITS Market Trends & Forecasts 2018 report and the accompanying spreadsheet of all our market forecasts data now.

If you would like to find out if your organisation has a subscription or talk about getting access, please contact Deb Seth to find out more.

Posted by Dale Peters at '07:49' - Tagged: publicsector   cloud   trends   forecasts   automation   government   transformation   AI