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TECH SUPPLIER May 2019 - Technology Segment - Doc # EUR243933719

Poland IT Services Market 2018 Analysis and 2019–2023 Forecast

By: Ewa ZborowskaSenior Research Manager, IT Services, Poland & Baltics

Abstract

This IDC study examines the IT services industry in Poland in 2018, and forecasts expenditure on IT services through 2023. The study contains market size and distribution by foundation market and vertical market. The study also presents forecasts for 13 foundation market categories.

The study answers the following questions:

  • What are IDC's predictions for spending on IT services in Poland? What are the assumptions behind the forecast numbers? What impact will the related issues have on the market during the forecast period?
  • What do end users in Poland say about their concerns and preferences regarding IT services procurement?
  • What are the latest trends in IT services delivery in Poland, such as hybrid cloud, digital transformation, and IT security?

"While Polish companies are not market leaders in innovation and transformation, digital transformation is underway across many companies in Poland, and IT teams will have to ensure that the necessary hardware and software infrastructure is in place to support the establishment of a fully digital enterprise. Given the proven capabilities of 3rd Platform technologies (e.g., cloud environments, mobile devices, advanced analytical platforms, and social networks) and the emerging opportunities being created by a new breed of innovation accelerators (e.g., artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Internet of Things), IT managers will come under mounting pressure to rethink and reassess their IT resources and abilities." — Ewa Zborowska, Senior Research Manager, IDC CEMA


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