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  • Landscape Covers 28 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 25: Brick-and-Mortar Retail Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 25: Brick-and-Mortar Retail Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 25 provides benchmarks for brick-and-mortar retailers. This subsector includes department stores, clothing stores, convenience stores, pet stores, pharmacies, hardware stores, nonprofit retailers, furniture retailers, agricultural retailers, and other retailers. The 22 respondents in this sample have annual revenue ranging from about $80 million to over $100 billion.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 12 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 9: Wholesale Distribution Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 9: Wholesale Distribution Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 9 provides benchmarks for wholesale distributors. The category includes wholesale distributors of building products, home furnishings, home improvement products, auto parts, industrial components, fuel supply, electronics, food and beverage, and other products. The 21 respondents in the sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to $6 billion in revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Untitled 3 27 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 24: Commercial Banking Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 24: Commercial Banking Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 24 provides benchmarks for commercial banks. This subsector includes credit unions and community, regional, international, and national banks. The 15 respondents in this sample have annual revenue ranging from a minimum of about $50 million to over $42 billion.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 11 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 8: Retail Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 8: Retail Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 8 provides benchmarks for retailers. This sector includes retailers of clothing, jewelry, hardware, furniture, sports equipment, groceries, pharmaceuticals, and general merchandise. They include department stores, fashion stores, furniture stores, pharmacies, convenience stores, sporting goods stores, and specialty retailers. We also include hospitality and consumer services in this sector. The 34 respondents in the sample range in size from $50 million to over $100 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape Covers 26 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 23: Industrial and Automotive Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 23: Industrial and Automotive Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 23 provides benchmarks for industrial and automotive manufacturers. The 31 respondents in this subsector make auto parts, aviation products, material handling equipment, engines, machinery, vehicles, and similar capital goods. The manufacturers in the sample range in size from about $50 million to over $100 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 10 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 7: Insurance Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 7: Insurance Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 7 provides benchmarks for insurance companies. The firms in this sector include companies that sell medical and dental insurance, life insurance, property and casualty insurance, auto insurance, disability insurance, and other types of insurance. The 17 respondents in this sector range in size from a minimum of $100 million to over $100 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape Covers 25 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 22: Food and Beverage Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 22: Food and Beverage Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 22 provides benchmarks for food and beverage manufacturers. The 23 respondents in the sample range in size from about $65 million to $60 billion in annual revenue. Food and beverage companies produce beverages, snack foods, meat products, seafood products, dairy products, dietary supplements, and other consumable food products. Some are suppliers to other food manufacturers or to the food service industry, while many also distribute consumer products to retailers or direct to consumers.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 09 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 6: Banking and Finance Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 6: Banking and Finance Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 6 provides benchmarks for banking and financial services companies. The firms in this sector include commercial banks, investment banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders, consumer finance lenders, and other types of lenders and financial services providers. The 24 respondents in this sector range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to over $40 billion in annual sales.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape Covers 24 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 21: High-Tech Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 21: High-Tech Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 21 provides benchmarks for high-tech companies. The category includes computer products manufacturers, telecommunications equipment manufacturers, semiconductor manufacturers, aerospace and defense manufacturers, pharmaceutical makers, biotechnology product makers, software developers, software-as-a-service providers, and other high-tech companies. The 24 respondents in this sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to $50 billion in revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 08 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 5: Discrete Manufacturing Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 5: Discrete Manufacturing Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 5 provides benchmarks for discrete manufacturing organizations. Discrete manufacturers are defined as those where the production process adds value by fabricating or assembling individual (discrete) unit production. The category includes manufacturers of consumer products, athletic equipment, industrial equipment, telecommunications equipment, aerospace products, furniture, auto parts, electrical parts, medical devices, and electronic devices, among other products. The 56 respondents in this sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to over $100 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape Covers 23 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 20: Media and Information Services Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 20: Media and Information Services Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 20 provides benchmarks for the media and information services sector. The sector includes publishing, broadcasting, entertainment, and digital media organizations, as well as other media and information services companies. The 13 respondents in the sample have annual revenues ranging in size from about $50 million to around $50 billion.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 07 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 4: Process Manufacturing Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 4: Process Manufacturing Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 4 provides benchmarks for process manufacturers. Process manufacturers are defined as those where the production process adds value by mixing, separating, forming, or chemical reaction. The sector includes manufacturers of chemicals, petrochemicals, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, food and beverage products, cosmetics, building materials, packaging materials, steel, glass, paper products, and other process-manufactured goods. The 56 respondents in the sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to a maximum $60 billion in annual revenue.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape Covers 23 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 19: Commercial Real Estate Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 19: Commercial Real Estate Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 20 provides benchmarks for the media and information services sector. The sector includes publishing, broadcasting, entertainment, and digital media organizations, as well as other media and information services companies. The 13 respondents in the sample have annual revenues ranging in size from about $50 million to around $50 billion.

    July, 2022

  • Landscape CE ISS report 06 scaled - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 3C: Benchmarks for Large Organizations

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2022/2023: Chapter 3C: Benchmarks for Large Organizations

    Chapter 3C provides benchmarks for large organizations, across all sectors. Large organizations are defined as those having IT operational budgets of more than $20 million. For a complete description of all metrics, please see the full study description. There are 78 respondents in the large-company sample.

    July, 2022

  • PrimaryImage Financial Management Suites 2022 - Financial Management Suites 2022 RadarView™

    Financial Management Suites 2022 RadarView™

    The Financial Management Suites 2022 RadarView™ addresses the need for enterprises to optimize their financial processes with a unified financial platform and identify the right financial management system vendors. The 51-page report also provides our point of view on how financial management suite vendors are serving the changing needs of organizations through a wide portfolio of products and services, thus delivering a general ranking based on key dimensions of product maturity, enterprise adaptability, and innovation road map.

    July, 2022