Large construction companies (1000+ employees) pay their IT & telecom engineers 15% more than the national average. There is greater parity with national pay by medium (100-999 employees) and small (50-99 employees) construction firms.
In the Public Sector, large Public Administration enterprises (1000+ employees) have average IT budgets in excess of £20m. This is four times greater than same sized Education institutions and a factor of 7 times that for Health & Social Work organisations.
Large Insurance companies (1000+ employees) spend £2,000 per employee on hardware which is more than twice that of smaller concerns. Furthermore, this expenditure is some 15% higher than that for all large Financial Services firms.
Small Water Transport companies (50-99 employees) pay strategy & planning staff the highest amount. They receive 5% more than IT managers. For each of the main IT job functions remunerations in Water Transport firms exceed those in Transport Services overall by some...
One third of IT staff numbers in Basic Metal Manufacturing are involved in software. Management make up a further 30% whilst operations staff represent 16% of the total.
IT user support staff pay in Legal Services firms increases with size of organisation. Such staff are paid notably less than their counterparts in Business Services as a whole, for concerns with under 100 employees. However, they achieve parity with larger enterprises.
Wholesalers spend almost twice as much per employee on their internal software staff than externally purchased software. This is the reverse of the software acquisition undertaken by both Motor Traders and Retailers.
UK IT expenditure is very strongly driven by the number of people employed in the whole economy. This has been the case since at least 1996 when KEW Associates first started tracking quarterly IT spend growths. Since that time there has been a phenomenal and highly consistent...
The smaller the organisation the greater proportion of IT expenditure is devoted to telecom services spend. In the Market Research sector, these ratios are more pronounced when compared with the UK norm, for concerns with fewer than 1000 employees.
The biggest Land Transport firms (1000+ employees) commit 2% of turnover on IT compared with 3% for equivalent sized concerns in the whole of the Transport Services sector. For all the other employee bands, Land Transport companies devote more.