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Gary Johnson 2017-02-21
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As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.

the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.

The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.

at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.

In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department.

"Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.

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Scott Siebenaler 2017-02-21
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As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.

the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.

The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.

at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.

In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department.

"Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.

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Michael Smith 2016-09-01
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They will lose in competitiveness, " says Freddie Rinderud on the analyst Radar.

the Willingness among Swedish companies to use cloud computing services to become all the greater.

But there are those who still seem to refuse stubbornly.

the Proportion of businesses in the survey who are classified as immature has certainly dropped from last year's 18 per cent.

And not wanting to comply with the new tekniktrenderna will punish itself in the long term.

It says Freddie Rinderud, analyst and strategic advisor on the Radar, who produced this year's Cloud Maturity Index on behalf of the consulting company Tieto.

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Larry Armitage 2016-09-01
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They will lose in competitiveness, " says Freddie Rinderud on the analyst Radar.

the Willingness among Swedish companies to use cloud computing services to become all the greater.

But there are those who still seem to refuse stubbornly.

the Proportion of businesses in the survey who are classified as immature has certainly dropped from last year's 18 per cent.

And not wanting to comply with the new tekniktrenderna will punish itself in the long term.

It says Freddie Rinderud, analyst and strategic advisor on the Radar, who produced this year's Cloud Maturity Index on behalf of the consulting company Tieto.

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Eddie Cox 2018-06-15
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Global is the business catch up with in years, according to a report from IDC.

And even if it is slower in Sweden, the same trend is evident also here.

But the fact that business takes a much larger part of the total it investment leads to ”ill-considered project”, the worse the purchase and integration – while the activity underestimate the technical competence of the cio and the it department.

This is according to the new report, ”the cio:n survive”, from the analyst Radar.

"It's so high digitaliseringstryck and so large volumes are purchased now, and all of this to be into in the it department, and one can well say that there are shortcomings in the integrationskunskapen of the business," says Måns Wallin, senior advisor on the Radar.

Equal number say that they have not done it – while eight per cent have no opinion.

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Gary Johnson 2017-02-21
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As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.

the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.

The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.

at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.

In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department.

"Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.

Michael Smith 2016-09-01
img

They will lose in competitiveness, " says Freddie Rinderud on the analyst Radar.

the Willingness among Swedish companies to use cloud computing services to become all the greater.

But there are those who still seem to refuse stubbornly.

the Proportion of businesses in the survey who are classified as immature has certainly dropped from last year's 18 per cent.

And not wanting to comply with the new tekniktrenderna will punish itself in the long term.

It says Freddie Rinderud, analyst and strategic advisor on the Radar, who produced this year's Cloud Maturity Index on behalf of the consulting company Tieto.

Eddie Cox 2018-06-15
img

Global is the business catch up with in years, according to a report from IDC.

And even if it is slower in Sweden, the same trend is evident also here.

But the fact that business takes a much larger part of the total it investment leads to ”ill-considered project”, the worse the purchase and integration – while the activity underestimate the technical competence of the cio and the it department.

This is according to the new report, ”the cio:n survive”, from the analyst Radar.

"It's so high digitaliseringstryck and so large volumes are purchased now, and all of this to be into in the it department, and one can well say that there are shortcomings in the integrationskunskapen of the business," says Måns Wallin, senior advisor on the Radar.

Equal number say that they have not done it – while eight per cent have no opinion.

Scott Siebenaler 2017-02-21
img

As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.

the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.

The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.

at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.

In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department.

"Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.

Larry Armitage 2016-09-01
img

They will lose in competitiveness, " says Freddie Rinderud on the analyst Radar.

the Willingness among Swedish companies to use cloud computing services to become all the greater.

But there are those who still seem to refuse stubbornly.

the Proportion of businesses in the survey who are classified as immature has certainly dropped from last year's 18 per cent.

And not wanting to comply with the new tekniktrenderna will punish itself in the long term.

It says Freddie Rinderud, analyst and strategic advisor on the Radar, who produced this year's Cloud Maturity Index on behalf of the consulting company Tieto.