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Joan Zappulla 2017-02-16
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It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.

Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.

Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.

Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.

also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden

– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.

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Eric Calvillo 2017-02-16
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It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.

Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.

Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.

Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.

also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden

– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.

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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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John Applebaum 2017-06-14
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On this, we find nothing in the minister's digitaliseringsstrategi, writes Hans Werner and Sverker Brundin at the Radar Ecosystem Specialists.

Many people believe that digitisation is all about the interface, apps, e-commerce and apis.

But the technology is just one of many tools and interfaces are just the first step.

We can also save resources in the areas of digital health care, so much can be handled remotely.

There is an increased need of training in, for example, library, primary school, college and universities.

in Addition, the need of society to ensure that citizens ' security and personal privacy be taken advantage of so that confidence in the digital society is maintained.

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Joan Zappulla 2017-02-16
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It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.

Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.

Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.

Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.

also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden

– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.

Gary Johnson 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.

John Applebaum 2017-06-14
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On this, we find nothing in the minister's digitaliseringsstrategi, writes Hans Werner and Sverker Brundin at the Radar Ecosystem Specialists.

Many people believe that digitisation is all about the interface, apps, e-commerce and apis.

But the technology is just one of many tools and interfaces are just the first step.

We can also save resources in the areas of digital health care, so much can be handled remotely.

There is an increased need of training in, for example, library, primary school, college and universities.

in Addition, the need of society to ensure that citizens ' security and personal privacy be taken advantage of so that confidence in the digital society is maintained.

Eric Calvillo 2017-02-16
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It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.

Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.

Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.

Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.

also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden

– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.

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.