IT and Telecom Spending Trends - U.S. Manufacturing Sector

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Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified industry challenges, market drivers and restraints, competitive landscape, current and forecast spending by type of service, key market trends, and conclusions for providers within the IT/telecom industry. With extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides vendors and market participants with a detailed outlook of the current dynamics in this rapidly evolving marketplace.

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IT and Telecom Spending Trends - U.S. Manufacturing Sector, Market Opportunity Analysis for IT and Telecom ProvidersIntroduction and Research ScopeIntroduction & DefinitionsGoals of the Research ServiceWho Benefits?Maunfacturing Industry - Research MethodologyManufacturing Industry - Key Definitions IT/Telecom - Key DefinitionsMarket SegmentationMarket OverviewIndustry OverviewManufacturing Industry : Selected CompaniesManufacturing Market Total Revenue (U.S.) 1998-2003Manufacturing Industry Revenue: Percent of Revenue Contributions by Sectors (U.S.) 2002Manufacturing Industry – Select Top Companies (U.S.) 2003Key Technology Challenges - Manufacturing Companies Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Key Technology Drivers - Manufacturing Companies Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Key Technology Restraints - Manufacturing Companies Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Key Technology Challenges - IT/Telecom Companies Selling to the Manufacturing Vertical Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Key Drivers – IT/Telecom Companies Selling to the Manufacturing Vertical Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Key Restraints – IT/Telecom Companies Selling to the Manufacturing Vertical Ranked in Order of Impact (US) 2005 to 2011Manufacturing Industry: Market Size Forecast AssumptionsOverall Manufacturing Industry Revenue Forecast: (U.S.) 2002-2011Key Business Objectives of Manufacturing CompaniesKey Buying Criteria of Manufacturing Participants for IT/Telecom ProvidersOverall IT/Telecom Spending TrendsManufacturing Industry: Selected IT/Telecom ProvidersManufacturing Industry: Overall IT/Telecom Spending Forecast AssumptionsIT/Telecom Spending Projections (including IT Staffing IT Consulting Hardware Software & Telecom services (U.S.) 2002-2011Distribution of IT/Telecom Spending by Segment within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2004Distribution Projections of IT/Telecom Spending by Segment within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Distribution Projections of IT/Telecom Spending by Segment within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011 Spending Projections on IT Staffing within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on IT consulting within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Hardware within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Software within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Telecom Services within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Telecom Services Spending TrendsManufacturing Industry: Telecom Services Spending TrendsDistribution of Telecom Services Spending by Service Type within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2004Distribution Projections of Telecom Services Spending by Service Type within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011 Distribution Projections of Telecom Services Spending by Service Type within the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Wireline (Voice) within Telecom Services by the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Wireline (Data) within Telecom Services by the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011Spending Projections on Wireless within Telecom Services by the Manufacturing sector (U.S.) 2002-2011ConclusionManufacturing Industry Customer PrioritiesManufacturing Industry: Market Outlook and Recommendations for VendorsContact Information




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