CIN has been running numerous articles and columns recently related to IT
spending and budgeting. To help IT execs with their research, keeping you up-to-date with spending trends and letting you read what industry analysts are predicting,
we’ve collected several of them here, with summaries and links.
An Industry-By-Industry Spending Report: Find out who what industries will be the big IT spenders and who which ones will cut their budgets in 2002.
Time for IT to Rise from the Ashes?: Coming off the first-ever
year-to-year drop in U.S. IT spending, there’s no lack of research predicting
2002 will be a better year to be in the technology business.
Despite Banks’ IT Spending, Productivity Gains Lacking: A McKinsey & Co.
report finds that amid heavy spending on CRM and other service-oriented
projects, banks’ productivity growth rates have declined.
The Roundup: Did Somebody Say IT Predictions?: A top-10 list for the IT
industry in 2002, plus reports on enterprise conferencing, wireless advances and
why e-retailers are smiling.
See How They Spend It: As their budgets hold steady or fall, IT execs are
helping their companies achieve growth through a smarter use of IT dollars. Here
are some strategies in action.
Enterprise CRM Spending Seen Stagnating: Corporations are conserving cash
and looking for bargains when hunting for CRM technology, according to report.
IT Spending to Rebound Slightly in 2002: Finding consensus with others’
predictions, Giga Information says spending will rebound 4% next year after
falling 5% in 2001.
2002: New Goals for IT Investment: After a lull in spending, CIOs are seen
focusing on projects that yield cost savings, such as consolidation of servers
Report: IT/IS Spending Bottoms Out: A new CyberAtlas Research report
suggests that spending on IT/IS has hit bottom and will begin to rebound in