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United States Black Book: State IT Spending by Vertical

As IT vendors wrestle with unpredictable markets, their strategies have swayed between promoting vertical solutions to solve business issues and offering horizontal solutions to address end-to-end organizational needs. IDC's United States Black Book: State IT Spending by Vertical service is a quarterly analysis of the status and projected growth of the IT industry in 50 states (plus Washington, D.C.) and across 16 vertical markets. The information is crafted to arm U.S. sales and marketing organizations with the specifics they need to allocate resources and target opportunities by state and by industry.


Markets Covered

This product covers the following segments of the United States technology market:

  • Economic health of each state
  • Size and growth of IT spending by state and vertical
  • Key industry trends in each state
  • Events impacting IT spending by state and vertical
  • Drivers of growth by state and vertical

Subjects Analyzed

Throughout the year, this product will address the following topics:

  • IT Spending Forecast by State and Vertical Market
  • IT Spending Segmented by 15 Technologies
  • IT Spending Forecasts Delivered Quarterly

Deliverables

Throughout the year, this product will offer insight into the latest trends impacting the market. Potential studies include:

United States Black Book, 1Q

State IT Spending by Vertical

United States Black Book, 2Q

State IT Spending by Vertical

United States Black Book, 3Q

State IT Spending by Vertical

United States Black Book, 4Q

State IT Spending by Vertical


Key Questions Answered

Our research addresses the following issues that are critical to your success:

  1. Which states and regions offer the most opportunity for increased IT spending?
  2. Which industries are most prevalent in each state, and how is their status changing?
  3. Which states are the largest spenders on IT?
  4. Which IT markets show the most promise by state and by industry?

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Stephen Minton

Program Vice President, Customer Insights & Analysis