APAC IT services to hit US$53B in 2011

IT services spending in the Asia-Pacific region, excluding Japan, is expected to achieve a year with a growth of 8.7 percent in 2010 as more organizations turn to outsourcing and embarking on new IT projects revealed a new study.

Posted on Tuesday, Springboard Research said the services market will soar to U.S. hit $ 52,900,000,000 in the individual waves of outsourcing and new IT projects this revolve everywhere cloud computing and "more intelligent infrastructure."

Deepen the investigation showed that 64 percent of expenditure on IT services will differentiated services, support for ample infrastructure and services connected to integration, the remaining 36 percent will come from outsourcing, he said.

"The bias towards high discrete services in the region simply shows that the services business in Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan, is still at the evolution of ripening compared to some of the more mature economies West, where outsourcing services can return about 50 per cent of general IT services spending, "said Seepij Gupta, associate director of research for IT services in the springboard for research, in the study.

The research also showed that China, Australia and India serves to consideration for 72 percent of total spending in 2011. Growth in mature IT markets such as Singapore and Australia will be led by purchase in new technologies such as cloud computing. That said, developing countries like India and China will also break the legacy of IT to adopt these new technologies to drive further growth, the research indicated.

IT services spending is not expected to drop off either. Trampoline examination identified three factors that will force IT investment services, namely, the scarcity of resources and skills, complex IT environments and innovation in the managed services space.

First, organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit, train and retain fit IT professionals. As a result, companies should outsource their IT assets, the poll found.

Secondly, the expansion of IT has not diminished with the businesses to still be adopting new technologies into their existent infrastructures, that are increasingly unable to manage this IT governments effectively. This, in turn, are able to mean that providers of services to help manage the research association said.

Third, and as an extension to the second point, the study also predicts that 2011 will see an expansion of management services out of the uncomplicated infrastructure management to include more application-related services. As more organizations look to leverage the assistance of a more integrated system to managed services, there is a clear trend towards outsourcing of applications that combines the infrastructure and application management for better application performance at lower cost The research established.

"We strurdily believe this moment change to the new services should transform the way it is delivered and consumed, and thereafter," as a aide "will be an integral part of almost everything consumed by the organizations," said Fred Giron, vice president president of IT services Research on the trampoline.
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