Medium sized Technical Testing & Analysis firms (100-999 employees) have almost one tenth of their staff focussed on IT functions. This is more than twice the norm for all Business Services organisations.
Paper Manufacturing firms IT spend per employee has fallen behind that of the rest of manufacturing. Over a 5 year period it has risen 13% which is about half that for all manufacturers.
IT managers in Public Administration just have the edge in earning power over their counterparts in Health & Social Work. Both are ahead by over 5% of IT managers in Education.
Research & Development companies decreased their computer services costs prior to 2010. Since then their computer services expenditure has increased, growing faster than that for all UK organisations.
IT & telecom engineers working for large Telecommunications companies (1000+ employees) are paid close to the UK norm for similar sized concerns. Those employed by smaller Telecommunications organisations are better off by up to 20%.
Employment of IT strategy & planning staff has been growing since 2006. There has been a spurt in growth in Health & Social Work organisations in 2009 and 2010. The advancement has been over 10% and 8% respectively.
Large Banks (1000+ employees) spend twice as much on IT than both large Finance Houses and Insurance companies. In the case of Auxiliary Finance concerns it is a multiple of 5.
In the Post & Courier sector, spend on telecom services shows a dramatic difference between the largest and smallest firms. Those with 1-9 employees have an outlay per employee which is a factor of 15 greater than that for large concerns (1000+ employees).
Small firms (50-99 employees) in Machinery Manufacture have been increasing pay of software staff each year at a faster rate than that for all UK organisations except in 2009.
Education establishments with 100-999 employees tend to spend the most per employee on both internal and external software. By comparison, small Education organisations (50-99 employees) spend almost as much on external software whilst large Education concerns (1000+ employees) spend...