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4th Edition

Global Economic and Information Technology Forecasts, 2004-2009

In 2004, worldwide external spending for information technology (IT) products and services will total nearly $1.6 trillion, growing to $1.9 trillion in 2007, and $2.24 trillion in 2009.  In effect, global business and governmental annual spending for IT products and services will increase by $300 billion from 2004 to 2007 and another $340 billion from 2007 to 2009!  The first few years of this millenium have been an economic roller-coaster ride for most users and providers of IT products and services, but for those companies that can identify market opportunity and act on it, the period 2004-2009 offers significant upside potential.

The fourth edition (2004-2009) of SPS/Spectrum's Global Economic and Information Technology Market Forecasts identifies where in the world IT growth is occurring, how rapidly the markets are growing, and estimates the size of the IT markets in 2004, 2007, and 2009.  Data is provided on a country-by-country basis for 28 nations, 4 regional "Other Nations" groupings, 5 regions, and the world.  Analyses consider the effects and implications of global terrorism, the war in Iraq, the worldwide economic slowdown and recovery, and the political, social, cultural, and economic factors affecting the regions and countries profiled in the report.  The study summarizes key risks and opportunities related to business activities and IT markets in each country.  The data facilitates a comparative analysis that will pinpoint where market opportunity lies for those companies providing IT products and services, and the magnitude of that opportunity.  The foundation for each country's IT market forecast is a detailed economic and business "climate" analysis that identifies the critical factors that will affect the IT market for the forecast period.  An evaluation of each country's current and future use of electronic commerce is also provided.

Published in late 2004, the report is 249 pages in length, contains 239 tables and exhibits, and tracks and forecasts 14 categories of IT spending, and 3 economic measurements.  The report is available in print and electronic form.

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