Monday, July 04, 2005

Computer Economics IS spending study now available

At Computer Economics, we've just finished our 16th annual Information Systems Spending and Technology Trends study. Although I've been using this study myself for several years, this is the first year that I've actually been involved in producing it.

It was quite a job: a six month effort based on our detailed survey of nearly 200 business and information systems executives in private industry and government regarding their level of IS spending, staffing, and technology utilization. This year's study includes 17 chapters with over 450 tables and charts of detailed statistics, broken down by industry sector and size of organization.

The study is used by individual corporations and government agencies to benchmark the spending, staffing, and performance of their own IS organizations. It is also used by major consulting firms as a source of industry benchmarking data.

You can order the FREE 20-page executive summary (Chapter 1), which includes a detailed analysis of the major trends that we found this year.

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