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    Computer Economics: Worldwide IT Spending and Staffing Outlook for 2021

    Despite the chaos of 2020, the outlook for 2021 is surprisingly positive. IT organizations are expecting budget growth and to consolidate the changes made in the past turbulent year. This year, our report assesses IT operational and capital spending plans, executive priorities for IT investment, and plans for hiring and outsourcing for IT organizations worldwide.

    March, 2021

  • product imgae it outlook - Avasant Digital Forum: 2021 Outlook: Re-calibrating IT For a Volatile Economy

    Avasant Digital Forum: 2021 Outlook: Re-calibrating IT For a Volatile Economy

    The Pandemic has forced companies to re-evaluate their IT strategy. While cost pressures and risk management drove the agenda in 2020, as the global economy re-emerges, 2021 is going to require a fresh outlook. Avasant’s premier 2021 Outlook Digital Forum featured research backed insights on the areas that CIOs and CFOs should focus on to re-imagine their IT while strengthening their Business.

    February, 2021

  • products for post events ce10 15 600x400 - Computer Economics: Revisiting the Impact of COVID-19 on IT Organizations in 2020

    Computer Economics: Revisiting the Impact of COVID-19 on IT Organizations in 2020

    Computer Economics: Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on IT Budgets in 2020 At the beginning of 2020, IT organizations were poised for another year of strong IT operational budget growth—and then the global coronavirus pandemic struck. IT leaders are changing their priorities for new projects as a result of COVID-19. Based on the results of the 31st annual Computer Economics IT spending survey just completed, Avasant’s digital forum “Computer Economics: Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on IT Budgets in 2020” discussed how companies are responding to the crisis.

    October, 2020

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    Computer Economics: Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on IT Budgets in 2020

    Computer Economics: Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on IT Budgets in 2020 At the beginning of 2020, IT organizations were poised for another year of strong IT operational budget growth—and then the global coronavirus pandemic struck. IT leaders are changing their priorities for new projects as a result of COVID-19. Based on the results of the 31st annual Computer Economics IT spending survey just completed, Avasant’s digital forum “Computer Economics: Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on IT Budgets in 2020” discussed how companies are responding to the crisis.

    July, 2020

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - Ten-Year Trends in IT Spending and Outlook for 2007

    Ten-Year Trends in IT Spending and Outlook for 2007

    This article examines long-term trends in IT spending, combining U.S. economic statistics with proprietary data collected from Computer Economics surveys of several thousand CIOs and senior IT managers in North America over the past 10 years. Long-term trends are analyzed for U.S. GDP growth, growth in U.S. private investment in IT, growth of IT investments by type, IT investment pricing changes by type, IT operational budget as a percent of corporate revenues, IT spending per employee, the percentage of organizations increasing IT budgets, and the percentage change in IT budgets. We use these trends to forecast key IT spending statistics for the coming year. (7 pp., 8 figs.)[Executive Summary]

    January, 2007