Medium sized Water Transport companies (100-999 employees) typically have 5 IT operations staff on their payroll. This outstrips the number other Transport Services sectors employ. Next in line are Auxiliary Transport Activities firms with 2.
Large Electrical & Optical Manufacturers (1000+ employees) spend 6% of their turnover on IT. They have the highest ratio for large companies in Manufacturing. Publishing & Printing firms are next highest with 4%.
IT user support staff working for Computer Services firms are better paid than the national norm across all employee bands. The largest difference is with very small organisations (10-49 employees) where Computer Services concerns pay almost a quarter more.
IT staff costs as a proportion of total IT spend increase with size of organisation except for the largest enterprises (1000+ employees). This reflects the greater outsourcing activities of large concerns. Air Transport companies follow this pattern with medium and large firms...
Salaries paid to IT strategy & IT planning staff at large Management Consultancies (1000+ employees) are comparable with those paid at large UK organisations overall. In smaller concerns Management Consultant firms pay a premium approaching 20%.
IT Staff numbers growth in Waste Management companies is exceeding 3% each year. It has done so even during the recent recession when overall employee numbers declined.
IT costs for Electricity, Gas & Water Suppliers are substantially above the norm. For larger organisations (100+ employees) IT cost per employee is around £8,000. This is twice that for the UK as a whole. Similar differentials also apply to the smaller...
Electrical & Optical Manufacturers spend more on IT hardware per employee than the rest of manufacturing. It is progressively greater the bigger the organisation. In the case of large concerns (1000+ employees) it is a factor of 2.
Wholesale Trade enterprises, with 100-999 employees, each typically spend over £1m on IT per annum. Corresponding Retail Trade and Motor Trade concerns commit to half that amount.
By far the largest external software spending sector is Public Administration. The expenditure is around £1.5bn. Next in line, with a third of that outlay, are Telecommunication companies and Banks.