Large pharmaceutical manufacturing companies have an expenditure of £3,200 per employee on computer services. The corresponding all UK value is £1,500. Across all employee sizes the national outlay remains around half that for pharmaceutical manufacturers.
General insurance firms commit over £300 per employee on system software. This is nearly 3 times that of the whole UK value. Mid sized general insurance companies have the largest outgoing at £500 per staff member. This is over 60% greater than those with 1000+ employees.
Legal services firms devote over 4% of their turnover on IT & telecom expenditure. This is more than twice the all UK average. The larger the legal firm the more it spends on IT & telecom with large concerns exceeding 5%.
Larger air transport companies fall below the all UK values in their expenditure on development tools per employee. Overall air transport firms spend around £70 per staff member.
Accountancy firms commit £80 per employee on customised software. By organisation size the outlay is greater for smaller concerns. Indeed those values also exceed the corresponding UK norms.
Public administration’s software outlay amounts to over £2bn. Application packages is the largest component with around a third of the spend. System software and custom software each absorb about a quarter of the expenditure.
There is little variation in application software spend per employee across different sized employment agencies. In addition the investment is much lower than the UK norm, varying by factors from 2.5 to 7 across organisation size.
The very smallest printing companies dedicate almost £500 per employee on telecom services. This is the highest amount across all sizes. It mirrors the situation for all UK companies although the tiniest concerns spend nearly £700.
Transport equipment manufacturers with 1000+ employees devote over half of their IT & telecom budget to computer services. IT & telecom staff is the next largest expenditure category followed by software.
Medium sized education organisations outspend all others in terms of hardware outlay per employee. Apart from large education establishments, all education institutions have a higher hardware expenditure than the corresponding all UK values.