IT sales reach USD 1.15 billion

IT sales reach USD 1.15 billion


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IDC analysts last week said that Czech suppliers of IT services raised sales by 15.3 percent year-on-year to USD 1.15 billion in 2005, website praguemonitor.com reported. In crowns, the growth was about 50 percent slower, owing to the crown’s gains to the dollar. The increase was pulled by foreign investment, a strong development of the production sector, new professional centres and an inflow of EU money.
In this regard, IDC said demand supported in this way could last in the years to come, and added it expected the Czech market to grow by some 10 percent on average in the next five years. Services linked to the installation of computer devices, software support and system integration generated the highest sales last year, making up 42 percent of the total volume.
Companies in the banking sector invested the highest sums in IT. Large international players IBM, HP, LogicaCMG, Accenture and SAP made up almost 25 percent of the market. Regional companies such as CEZData, PVT, Unicorn, Autocont CZ and Adastra accounted for some 12 percent of sales.

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