CIN IT Spending Special Report

Jan 17, 2002

CIN Staff

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 and applications.

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 2002.


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