Thursday 28 November 2019

Latest TechMarketView research too good to miss!


The TechMarketView team has been as busy as ever over the last couple of weeks. Make sure you haven't missed a must-read...

Public Sector

If you’re active in the UK public sector – or you’d like to be! – make sure you download one of our best-read reports of the year. The UK Public Sector Market Trends & Forecasts Report 2019-2022 from our PublicSectorViews team is 76 pages of opinion-rich analysis. 

Read how the pressures and priorities in the public sector across the six subsectors we track—central government, local government, health, defence, education and police—have shaped the performance of suppliers, how the market will perform between now and 2022, and how suppliers can best position themselves to take advantage of the opportunities that will arise. 

Financial Services

If your interests lie in Financial Services check out these two reports from Jon Davies, who leads our FinancialServicesViews research:

·      Payments Innovation, New Kids on the Block analyses the impact of mobile payments, digital wallets and payment cards and takes a closer look at disruptors CurveStripe and Rapyd.

·      Trade finance emerges as blockchain’s new sweet spot examines how this area of financial services has become a hotspot for the application of distributed ledger technology.

Disruptive tech

ESAS REPORTIf you are more of a techie, don’t miss the two new reports from our TechSectorViews analysts:

Duncan Aitchison’s report Engineering and R&D Services – the next goldrush? considers whether Capgemini’s purchase of Altran signals the start of the next acquisition frenzy by suppliers as they move on from hoovering up creative design agencies to pursue dominance on the Industry 4.0 battlefield.

And in Microsoft & GoogleCloud: Operationalising AI/ML Angela Eager compares and contrasts Microsoft and Google’s respective approaches to AI/ML, analysing what they are doing to help customers bring the technology into widespread operational deployment.

And finally, if your organisation subscribes to any of our research streams, or you are a UKHotViewsPremium subscriber, you can delve into any of these recent UKHotViewsExtra articles by clicking the title link:

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·     Google Next: privacy, control and explainability

·     Vodafone and IBM: the benefits of an enduring partnership

·     Google’s Nightingale reignites health data concerns

·     Capita’s transformation programme in practice – Security Watchdog

·     Fujitsu Forum 2019: Human Centric Innovation

·     The use of AI in Legal and Compliance.

Of course if your organisation doesn’t yet subscribe to our in-depth research and you’d like to take advantage of our 2019 subscription packages, contact Deb Seth at, for more details today.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '17:36'