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Tuesday 05 October 2021

*NEW RESEARCH* Public Sector & Central Government: The Market & Suppliers

Houses of ParliamentIn case you missed it, late last week, we published our annual – and much anticipated – review of the UK public sector software and IT services market from both a market and supplier perspective. PublicSectorViews subscribers can download the report – UK Public Sector Software & IT Services: Suppliers Trends & Forecasts 2021-2024 – now.

You might also have struggled to access the associated review of the UK central government SITS market and its suppliers (as the link wasn’t working in our email). You can now easily access it here: UK Central Government Software & IT Services: Suppliers, Trends, & Forecasts 2021-2024. This is the first in a series of six subsector reports that take a deep dive into the six public sector subsectors. You should keep an eye out for those focused on local government, health, education, police, and defence, over the coming weeks.

In both reports you will find our review of 2020 and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as our forecasts through to 2024, highlighting the key trends that we believe will be a feature of the market over the next few years. You will also see our Top 20 rankings for the overall UK public sector SITS market and the UK central government market, which highlight a strong diversity of performance amongst the players. But those leading players need to take care. There is some strong competition coming through and knocking on the door of the Top 20 rankings. And some smaller players that are achieving phenomenal growth, either organically or via acquisition. You can read all about those we think it’s worth keeping an eye on when you download the research.

If you are not yet a subscriber – or are unsure whether your company has a corporate subscription – please contact Deb Seth to find out more. And if you have any questions on the research, don’t hesitate to get int touch with our PublicSectorViews team.  

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '08:55' - Tagged: centralgovernment   forecasts   suppliers   market+trends   public+sector