Sunday, 1 November 2009

New from TechMarketView

It’s been one of our busiest periods ever for new research from TechMarketView.

SoftwareViews – our new research stream – was launched with Philip Carnelley's report on the State of the UK HQed Software Industry. See TechMarketView launches new Software Research Programme. We are very pleased with its reception. It created some great media coverage including BusinessWeek – See British Software Industry is still Alive.

IndustryViews. Last week we published the IndustryViews Quoted Sector Q3 2009 Review. IndustryViews also includes quarterly reports on M&A and Private Equity funding which were published the week before.

AnalystViews. Tola Sargeant, our new Research Director and one of the UK’s leading experts on IT in the Public Sector, produced two new AnalystViews on the UK Public Sector 2010 – Threats and Opportunities.

- In Public sector spending cuts: Which contracts are at risk? Tola identifies over £26b worth of major UK public sector SITS contracts at risk of cancellation, curtailment or ‘de-scoping’, and calls out the suppliers most exposed.

- In UK Public Sector 2010: Spotting the opportunities, we tell you the good news. Tola identifies the many opportunities for SITS suppliers to the UK public sector market in 2010 and where to find them. This research features Tola’s unique ‘heat map’ showing at a glance where the opportunities are and which are the hottest.

Plus an AnalystView entitled Clearswift eschews the Cloud.

Since the launch of TechMarketView in April 2009, we have attracted a superb group of paying subscribers including HP and Microsoft. Indeed, companies representing nearly 50% of the revenues of the SITS sector in the UK are now paying subscribers.

Only paying subscribers get access to our full research programme – including the reports listed above. Our subscriptions are ‘per company’ not ‘per user’. So the cost of providing this invaluable research to ALL your employees is extremely modest. Can you really afford to be ‘out of the loop?”.

Just email Puni on and could soon be enjoying the privileges of being a TechMarketView subscriber.

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