Software applications, ICT services and infrastructure for large scale enterprises in Poland 2011 synthesizes the results of a comprehensive dedicated research study conducted by the experts at PMR Research. The report examines, analyses and compares the results of the new research to that of past studies. It provides well-rounded knowledge of the ICT requirements, spending habits and budgetary restrictions, software and services investment plans of 420 Polish companies that depend on IT and telecoms services for a staff of 250 or more.
Data was derived from a standard survey of these large enterprises as well as interviews with key personnel. All major economic sectors are represented by the participating companies: financial institutions, manufacturers of a variety of products from metal and plastic to food and drinks, transporters of goods to market and utility providers were chosen to lend insight and hard data on their ICT needs and practices. They shared budgetary information, software purchasing plans and preferences, and details on in-house IT staff size and expenditures.
After a recent lull, large companies are returning attention and allocating funds to upgrade current systems, purchase new ICT solutions, expand and update software libraries, computerise additional operations - all of which means new opportunity for manufacturers, distributors, and investors active in the Polish ICT sector. This report helps businesses connect with new customers and suppliers, and to locate the appropriate channels for investment.
Software applications, ICT services and infrastructure for large scale enterprises in Poland 2011 compares market conditions from PMR’s 2005 survey to current data, and reveals the plans of large Polish companies with regard to ICT expansion over the next two years. It is an indispensible tool for investors, manufacturers, suppliers and service providers with interests in this market as they evaluate, plan and take advantage of increasing opportunity in the marketplace.