The Worldwide Capital Markets IT Spending Guide is a semiannual analysis of the current status and projected growth of information technology spending in the capital markets industry. This global five-year outlook on spending by capital markets companies provides IT vendors with key information needed to develop effective market strategies. This service combines IDC's extensive technology forecasts with deep industry knowledge provided by IDC Financial Insights analysts and ongoing primary research in the capital markets industry.
The Worldwide Capital Markets IT Spending Guide is developed and updated through IDC Financial Insights' ongoing primary and secondary research, along with direct communication with industry experts, capital markets executives, and vendors. The Worldwide Capital Markets IT Spending Guide is the benchmark for consistent, detailed market data on the capital markets industry, providing a profile of IT spending across 40+ functional processes, four geographic regions, seven industry subsegments, and three company size tiers.
The Worldwide Capital Markets IT Spending Guide is segmented by:
- Geographic region (North America, Asia/Pacific, Europe, and the rest of the world)
- Function process including order management, customer management, and compliance and controls
- Technology (hardware, packaged software, IT services, and internal services)
- Institution types including banks, buy side, exchanges, insurance companies, and sell side
- Institution size by tier 1 through tier 3
Our research addresses the following issues that are critical to your success:
- What is the total worldwide capital markets IT opportunity?
- Which technologies and customer segments of this market are growing the fastest?
- How do geographical growth rates vary?
- How should resources be focused to take advantage of the maximum market opportunity?
- How are technology growth rates changing over time as markets mature?
- How can I validate assumptions about these technologies and customer segments?
By presenting a segmented and tiered perspective on IT spending by financial institutions, the Worldwide Capital Markets IT Spending Guide helps information technology and services suppliers that are targeting the financial services sector identify market opportunities and effectively execute within their targeted financial services strategy.
- Assists IT suppliers that are targeting the capital markets sector to identify market opportunities and to execute an effective strategy
- Guidance for more responsive, client-centric marketing campaigns
- Evaluate sales performance/goals against overall market conditions
- Documentation on the functions and solution relationship to provide a greater understanding of the application of technology to the business of capital markets and securities
IDC Financial Insights values building client relationships and strives to foster a partnership with each client through continuous analyst interaction; timely delivery of current, concise, and relevant research; as well as custom research when needed. Each advisory service delivers strategic research covering business and technology issues. A summary of the basic service deliverables available to subscribers includes the following:
- Analyst inquiry time specific to the advisory service area
- 24 x 7 research access via www.idc-fi.com
- Discounted admission to specific IDC Financial Insights or IDC conferences
- Complimentary forum invitations (Web conferences, industry briefings)
Related offerings to our industry-specific research practices include IT Spending Guides — segmented regional and country-level analysis by solution area; Go-to-Market Services (GMS) — a modular set of deliverables to assist clients in extending their market reach, validating their market strategy, and producing more responsive customer-centric marketing campaigns; and IDC Advisory Tools — a growing set of solutions designed to ensure clients that technology purchasing and deployment decisions are optimized. In addition, IDC Financial Insights experts are available for individualized consulting engagements to address specific challenges or to customize the results of our syndicated research offerings