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Outlook for IT Spending in 2010

IT Executives Are Optimistic for 2010

A recent survey of 139 IT executive in the U.S. and Canada conducted by research and advisory firm Computer Economics during November 2009 shows that 52% of IT organizations expect to increase their IT operational budget in 2010 by launching new projects. Only 16% plan to make further budget cuts in the year ahead.

This survey (see the Computer Economics Survey summary here), along with reports from news and opinion from other sources, seem to indicate that 2010 could result in a turnaround for IT spending from the depths of 2009.

RJMC’s recent experience is that software vendors and service providers are offering significant incentives to motivate buyers to close deals. If your company has been considering a change to your enterprise technology and you need to continue to hold the line on your IT spending, then 2010 might be the right time to minimize your cost while maximizing your benefit.

Computer Economics survey summary

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