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Competitive Landscape: IT Services Providers Pursue Midmarket Clients in North America in 2013

Published: 27 September 2013

ID: G00248616

Analyst(s): Warren Bell, Fred Ng


The North American midmarket draws a large number of service providers seeking a share of its IT services market. This document examines the market, competitive trends and types of providers midmarket buyers have to choose from for IT services.

Table Of Contents


  • Competitive Situation and Trends
    • Midmarket Ecosystem
  • Market Players
    • Company Size
  • The Future of Competition
    • Trends Reshaping the Midmarket Indirect Channel Competitive Landscape
    • Examples of Winners in the New Competitive Landscape
  • Competitive Profiles
    • Atos
    • Bell Techlogix
    • Ciber
    • Fujitsu
    • IBM
    • OneNeck
    • Syntel
  • References and Methodology
  • Definitions

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