Published: 16 September 2013
Analyst(s): Neil McMurchy, Colleen Graham , Federico De Silva , Chad Eschinger , Ruggero Contu , Jin-Sik Yim, Laurie Wurster , Matthew Cheung, David Coyle, Yanna Dharmasthira, Hai Swinehart , Vassil Mladjov, Asheesh Raina, Chris Pang , Joanne M. Correia, Jie Zhang, Michael Warrilow , Fabrizio Biscotti , Bianca Granetto, Tom Eid, Bhavish Sood, Dan Sommer
Gartner Software has moved to forecasting in constant currency, which provides the best measure to gauge a market's inherent or "native" size or growth. Using this new methodology, global constant-dollar spending for enterprise software will be $305 billion in 2013, with growth of 6.8% over 2012.
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