Computer Weekly Data Bank:

telecommunications


October 17, 2013  1:00 AM

System Software Spend – Information & Communication Companies

kwicka Profile: kwicka
Computer programming, film, publishing, radio, Software, System software, telecommunications, television

Large telecom firms each spend on average £15m on system software.  This is by far the highest investment made among large information & communication companies.  Information services organisations are next in line with an expenditure of £6m.


September 5, 2013  1:00 AM

IT & Telecom Staff Spend – Top Spending Industry Sectors

kwicka Profile: kwicka
film, IT staff, radio, telecommunications, television

Large firms in the computer industry typically spend £180m each on IT & telecom staff.  The outlay for a large telecommunications company is £130m.  For an information services provider the sum invested is £70m.  Next in line are banking & finance institutions, each...


August 29, 2013  1:00 AM

Development Tools Spend – Top Spending Industry Sectors

kwicka Profile: kwicka
consultancy, Development tools, film, Programming, Software, telecommunications

Medium sized software publishers employing 100-999 staff are top spenders on development software tools with a typical outlay of almost £300k.  Telecommunications companies are the next highest investors with half that amount.  They are followed by electricity & gas supply...


July 29, 2013  1:00 AM

System Software Spend – Fastest Growing Industry Sectors

kwicka Profile: kwicka
advertising, growth, publishing, System software, telecommunications

Companies undertaking head office activities are expected to experience the fastest growth in system software spend during 2014.  The growth is projected to be 15%.  Close behind are gambling & betting firms followed by research & development organisations.



June 13, 2013  1:00 AM

System Software Spend – Telecommunications Companies

kwicka Profile: kwicka
Software, System software, telecommunications

Telecommunications companies spend on system software per employee increases substantially with size of organisation.  The largest firms' expenditure is over twice that for medium sized concerns.  For all employee bands the outlay is dramatically greater than for all UK...


May 6, 2013  1:00 AM

Custom Software Spend – Fastest Growing Industry Sectors

kwicka Profile: kwicka
film, growth, telecommunications, veterinary

The fastest growing sector for custom software in 2013 is research & development.  Organisations in this segment are increasing their spend by some 30%.  Next in line are veterinary concerns who are advancing their custom software expenditure by almost 25%.  They are closely...


March 21, 2013  1:00 AM

Custom Software Spend – Top Spending Industry Sectors

Bill Goodwin Profile: Bill Goodwin
film, Software, telecommunications

Small firms, employing 50-99 staff, typically spend under £5k each annually on custom software.  Concerns involved in head office activities have the highest outlay at around £40k.  A little behind are travel agents & tour operators followed by telecommunications and life insurance...


August 22, 2011  1:00 AM

IT Strategy/Planning Staff Pay – Telecommunications Firms

kwicka Profile: kwicka
IT Strategy, pay, salary, SME, SMEs, telcos, Telecom, telecommunications

Larger sized telecommunication companies pay their IT strategy & planning staff less than the average for all UK organisations.  In enterprises with over 1000 staff the earnings differ by £10,000.


May 24, 2011  1:00 AM

IT & Telecom Engineers Pay – Telecommunications Firms

kwicka Profile: kwicka
IT staff, pay, salary, SME, SMEs, telcos, telecommunications

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%.

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