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  • EUISS2021Ch4 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 4: Process Manufacturing

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 4: Process Manufacturing

    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, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, dietary supplements, food and beverage products, building materials, packaging materials, steel, glass, paper products, and other process-manufactured goods. The 49 respondents in the sample range in size from a minimum of €90 million to a maximum of above €21 billion in annual revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch5 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 5: Discrete Manufacturing

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 5: Discrete Manufacturing

    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, industrial equipment, telecommunications equipment, aerospace products, auto parts, electrical parts, medical devices, and electronic devices, among other products. The 32 respondents in this sample range in size from a minimum of €74 million to over €70 billion in annual revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch6 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 6: Financial Services

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 6: Financial Services

    Chapter 6 provides benchmarks for banking, insurance, and financial services companies. The firms in this sector include commercial banks, investment banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders, consumer finance lenders, insurance companies, and other types of lenders and financial services providers. The 21 respondents in this sector range in size from a minimum of about €100 million to a maximum of €80 billion in annual sales.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch7 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 7: Retail

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 7: Retail

    Chapter 7 provides benchmarks for retailers. This sector includes retailers of clothing, hardware, furniture, sports equipment, groceries, pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements and health products, and general merchandise. They include department stores, furniture stores, pharmacies, sporting goods stores, and specialty retailers, both online and brick-and-mortar. We also include hospitality and consumer services in this sector. The 33 respondents in the sample range in size from €100 million to €27 billion in annual revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch11 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 11: IT Services and Solutions

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 11: IT Services and Solutions

    Chapter 11 provides IT spending and staffing statistics for the IT services and solutions sector. The category includes software companies, software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers, systems integrators, IT solution providers, business process outsourcing firms, and other providers of technology services and solutions. There are 19 organizations in the sample, ranging in size from around €50 million to about €10 billion in annual revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch8 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 8: Wholesale Distribution

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 8: Wholesale Distribution

    Chapter 8 provides benchmarks for wholesale distributors. The category includes wholesale distributors of building products, home furnishings, home improvement products, auto parts, industrial components, electronics, food and beverage, and other products. The 15 respondents in the sample range in size from a minimum of about €60 million to about €30 billion in revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch9 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 9: Energy and Utilities

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 9: Energy and Utilities

    Chapter 9 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 14 respondents in this sector include public utilities (water, gas, and electric), integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, natural gas companies, pipeline operators, and other energy and utilities companies. The companies in our sample range in size from a minimum of about €100 million to about €14 billion in annual revenue.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch10 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 10: Professional and Technical Services

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 10: Professional and Technical Services

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for professional and technical services organizations. The 35 respondents in the sample range in size from a minimum of about €50 million to about €70 billion in annual revenue. The sector includes firms that provide professional and technical services, including engineering, legal, accounting, financial advice, consulting, marketing, research, IT, and other services.

    September, 2021

  • EUISS2021Ch12 300x200 - European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 12: Food and Beverage

    European IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2021/2022: Chapter 12: Food and Beverage

    Chapter 12 provides benchmarks for food and beverage manufacturers. The 17 respondents in the sample range in size from about €100 million to about €22 billion in annual revenue. Food and beverage companies produce beverages, snack foods, meat products, seafood products, vegetables, dairy products, dietary supplements, pet food, 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 directly to consumers.

    September, 2021

  • Digital TalentMS2021 300x200 - Digital talent to drive new wave of business transformation

    Digital talent to drive new wave of business transformation

    Enterprises and IT service providers need to revisit their talent strategy and prioritize digital skills. The accelerated pace of digital transformation and a hybrid working environment have put a new emphasis on reskilling and upskilling the existing workforce. IT service providers are seeing 30% growth in deals involving digital technology like cloud and cybersecurity, and they have made significant investments in recruiting new talent, particularly in nearshore environments, closer to where the work originates. All of this pressure on an already thin talent pool requires planning, and perhaps a good partner. These emerging trends are covered in Avasant’s Digital Talent Capability 2021 RadarViewTM.

    September, 2021

  • IPA 300x200 - Best Practices to Architect an Effective Investment Promotion Agency

    Best Practices to Architect an Effective Investment Promotion Agency

    Investment promotion agencies (IPAs) are the catalysts that play a crucial role in attracting foreign investors into their home countries. Their objectives are aligned with their national priorities that primarily include job creation, industry development, trade development, and promoting sustainable growth. IPAs must be well-structured, well connected, streamlined, and appropriately staffed to ensure efficient service delivery. This white paper provides an overview of how an effective IPA must be designed and developed. We also look at some leading IPAs across the world and how they operate.

    September, 2021

  • MoneyShot Cloud Platforms 2021 RadarView 300x200 - Extracting value from cloud through digital convergence

    Extracting value from cloud through digital convergence

    The enterprise shift to the cloud was already well underway before the COVID-19 pandemic, but the pandemic increased the pace of the transformation. The dramatic increase in both remote work and a new digital economy increased the need for business applications, analytics, and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) deployed in the cloud. Even in the post-COVID economy, companies continual to accelerate their cloud transition. Due to this fast pace, finding the right cloud provider is key.

    September, 2021