Friday 01 October 2021

*NEW RESEARCH* Public Sector Software and IT Services Suppliers, Trends and Forecasts 2021-24

PSV MTF Cover ImageThis year’s UK Public Sector Software and IT Services Suppliers, Trends and Forecasts report is now available. It serves as an introduction to the in-depth subsector-level reports, which will be published shortly.

The report consolidates TechMarketView’s analysis of the public sector market in 2020, which grew more strongly than we predicted last year. When we were formulating our estimates last year, we were relatively early in the pandemic and the impact on public sector organisations and their suppliers was only just emerging. As the year progressed, spend on digital, particularly in healthcare and central government, accelerated resulting in impressive growth over the year.

The report also forecasts how the market will perform over the period 2021-24, with 2021 set to be another strong year of growth. Many of the barriers to cloud adoption that existed before 2020 have disappeared and, despite growth not returning to the peak of 2020 and 2021, we will continue to see the rapid adoption of new digital services throughout the forecast period to 2024.

And finally, the report contains an update to our UK public sector SITS Top 20 supplier rankings based on the latest available financial information (as at end of June 2021). Top 20 rankings for central government and Top 10 rankings for each of the remaining subsectors (local government, health, education, police and defence) are also provided.

Over the next few months, we will be publishing in-depth analysis of Suppliers, Trends and Forecasts 2021-2024 at a subsector level. These reports will combine market trends and forecasts, and supplier rankings for each of the six subsectors we track; we start with Central Government, which is also published today.

PublicSectorViews’ subscribers can find out the size of the public sector market, its growth forecast, and who the leading suppliers are by download the research today. If you are not yet a subscriber, or are unsure if your company has a subscription, please contact Deb Seth to find out how you can access the research.

Posted by Dale Peters at '07:30' - Tagged: rankings   government   market+trends   public+sector