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ICT Budget And Staffing Trends In Russia - Enterprise ICT Investment Plans To 2013

Establish how IT staff are typically allocated within Russian organizations.

Gain insight into with whom Russian enterprises plan to spend their ICT Roubles.

Key Market IssuesEnterprise IT spending is anticipated to follow an upward trend driven by demand from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises alike.

Buoyed by strong local demand Russian businesses are expected to increase their core ICT spending, or at least maintain it at the same levels in 2013.

Russian respondents anticipate that X% of their IT spending in 2013 will be on hardware, software, and communications combined, which is mostly similar to their spending in 2012.

As enterprises look towards hosted data centres and cloud infrastructures as a measure of cost reduction, there is huge scope for technology providers operating in the hosted data centre services, communications and application development domains.

Kable's recent survey shows that the largest proportion of IT staff members has been resourced on applications and IT infrastructure, as Russian enterprises are focused on the smooth and effective running of their business critical applications.

Key HighlightsSMEs have reported their highest IT spending on software (X% of the total IT budget) and services (X%), while large enterprises have dominated the investments on communications (X%) and consulting (X%).

Russian businesses are increasingly spending with third parties, primarily with technology (product) vendors, and have allocated X% of their total IT budgets to such providers

The recent survey reveals that despite the global economic slowdown putting pressure on IT spending, Russian firms have allocated X% of their software budget to enterprise applications in 2012.The need for enterprises to integrate their core business applications with customer facing applications and other advanced analytical tools, is driving the demand for new application development and integration and related security services Russia is still dependent on its legacy fixed and mobile networks, and this is reflected in its investments in fixed voice and mobile voice, which account for an average of X% and X% of total telecom budgets respectively.

Table of Contents1 Trends in ICT budgets1.1 Introduction1.2 Survey demographics1.3 IT budget changes1.4 IT budget allocation by core technology area1.5 IT budget allocation by function1.6 IT spending by entity1.7 IT staff distribution2 Detailed IT budget allocations2.1 Introduction2.2 Hardware budget breakdown2.3 Software budget breakdowns2.4 Third party IT Services expenditure2.5 Telecommunications budget3 Summary3.1 Russian enterprises backed by strong domestic demand are optimistic about their ICT spending4 Appendix4.1 Definitions4.2 Further reading4.3 Contact the authors

List of TablesTable 1: Russian enterprise ICT survey industry breakdownTable 2: Russian enterprise ICT survey breakdown by size band (number of employees)Table 3: Recent and expected ICT budget changes among Russian enterprisesTable 4: Russian enterprises' (external) ICT budget allocation in 2012Table 5: Russian enterprises' (external) ICT budget allocation in 2013Table 6: Russian enterprises' ICT budget allocation by function, 2012 and 2013Table 7: Russian enterprises' IT budget allocation by entity in 2012Table 8: Russian enterprises' IT budget allocation by entity in 2013Table 9: Average allocation of full-time IT staff members in Russian enterprisesTable 10: Russian enterprises' average hardware budget allocationTable 11: Average allocation of software budgets in the Russian enterprise marketTable 12: Russian enterprises' average software budget allocation by technologyTable 13: Russian enterprises' average IT services budget allocationTable 14: Russian enterprises' average IT consulting services budget allocationTable 15: Russian enterprises' average telecommunications budget allocation

List of FiguresFigure 1: Russian enterprise ICT survey industry breakdownFigure 2: Russian enterprise ICT survey breakdown by size band (number of employees)Figure 3: Recent and expected ICT budget changes among Russian enterprisesFigure 4: Russian enterprises' (external) ICT budget allocation in 2012Figure 5: Russian enterprises' (external) ICT budget allocation in 2013Figure 6: Russian enterprises' ICT budget allocation by function, 2012 and 2013Figure 7: Russian enterprises' IT budget allocation by entity in 2012Figure 8: Russian enterprises' IT budget allocation by entity in 2013Figure 9: Average allocation of full-time IT staff members in Russian enterprisesFigure 10: Russian enterprises' average hardware budget allocationFigure 11: Average allocation of software budgets in the Russian enterprise marketFigure 12: Russian enterprises' average software budget allocation by technologyFigure 13: Russian enterprises' average IT services budget allocationFigure 14: Russian enterprises' average IT consulting services budget allocationFigure 15: Russian enterprises' average telecommunications budget allocation

To order this report: IT_Consulting Industry: ICT budget and staffing trends in Russia - Enterprise ICT investment plans to 2013

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