Konstantin Emelyanov - Fotolia
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Medium sized software publishers employing 100-999 staff are top spenders on development software tools with a typical outlay of almost £300k. Telecommunications companies are the next highest ...
Medium and large sized residential care and social work establishments spend about £40 per staff member on application packaged software. For smaller sized organisations, social workers have a ...
Rental & leasing companies with over 1000 staff spend around £60 per employee on custom software. This is considerably less than the £160 spent by all large UK organisations. For all other size ...
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Overall, membership organisations spend 5% of their turnover on IT & telecom products and services. This is two and a half times that for all UK enterprises. For membership organisations the ...
These days, though, its hard to think of a good reason why organisations would want to manage their own email.
Buildings & landscape services companies spend £25m on software. The largest amount, some £10m, is devoted to application packages followed by £8m expenditure on customised software. System ...
This graph from Thomson Reuters shows the most popular integrated suite accountancy software used by accountancy firms
Wholesale trade companies spend £350 per employee on hardware. This is similar to the all UK value for all industry sectors. There are notable differences by size of organisation. Wholesale traders ...
Large electricity & gas supply companies spend one third of their IT & telecom budgets on external software. Just over a quarter is dedicated to IT & telecom staff with a similar amount ...
Printing companies with 50-99 employees devote 3% of their turnover on IT & telecoms. This is the largest portion for all manufacturing sectors with a 50-99 head count. Next in line are ...
- 31 Jul 2013
Land transport companies spend less on computer services, across all employee bands, than their all UK counterparts. This is most marked for large organisations where land transport firms have half ...