IT solutions are firmly entrenched in modern business, especially at larger corporations. Increased automation has made it necessary to maintain current hardware and software solutions, and profitable to introduce new solutions that improve efficiency.
“Despite the gradually growing role of the small and medium enterprise sector, large businesses in Poland – with 250 staff or more – still have highest IT outlays. The share of large enterprises in the total IT spending in Poland last year once again accounted for approximately 50%. In nominal terms, their IT investments equal a dozen billion zloty each year. It is not surprising, therefore, that this group of recipients attracts interest of the players on the IT market. Large enterprises are especially crucial for IT software and service providers, as they use advanced services more intensely and modify applications for their own needs, rather than stop at out-of-the-box solutions.”
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PMR Research recently completed a questionnaire study of 420 of the largest IT companies in Poland itandtelecompoland.com/. They were divided across the country’s main market sectors: finance (banking, insurance, financial institutions, etc.), utilities (electric power, water, CHP plants, etc), wholesale and retail trade and distribution, manufacturing of a wide variety of products, from machinery to metals, plastics and furniture to beverages and food, and transport services. This report, based on the results of that survey, reveals how and where large companies spend IT budgets, the most popular software types, usage models and software producers. It compares data from the 2005 survey and constructs forecasts based on planned spending for the next two years.
Data on producer shares, market saturation, outsourcing and size and structure of in-house IT departments is presented and analysed. Large companies are evaluated in terms of their IT software and hardware infrastructure, level of computerization, dedicated telecoms service levels and types of products used. Survey results list the most widely used ERP, CRM, BI, SCM, CMS, database, antivirus financial and HR software brands.
While preparing Software applications, ICT services and infrastructure in large scale enterprises in Poland 2011 PMR’s expert analysts have consulted their most reliable sources and created a market guide that answers the questions of readers on all major issues with regard to both the current status and future progression of this dynamic marketplace.