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Emerging Market Analysis: IT, Turkey, 2015 and Beyond

Published: 06 August 2015

ID: G00279286

Analyst(s): Stephanie Baghdassarian , Luis Anavitarte, Bettina Tratz-Ryan , Fabrizio Biscotti , Vittorio D'Orazio , Rika Narisawa


Strategic planners of technology and service providers should consider expanding to Turkey, as IT spending will exceed $23 billion by 2019 at promising growth rates. Turkey aims to make 80% of its population computer literate by 2023 and has integrated e-platforms to enable citizen transactions.

Table Of Contents


  • The IT Scenario
    • The Economics of the IT Scenario
  • Insights of Your Demand Side
    • IT Budgets
    • Bimodal IT Brings Business Opportunities
    • IT Technology Priorities Should Guide Your Strategies
  • Smart City as an Untapped Opportunity
    • Public City Cloud
  • Digital Business: A Nascent Promise
  • Vertical Industries: Banking Drives IT Spending
    • Banking and Securities: Undergoing a Massive Modernization
    • Manufacturing: Still a Promising Gap to Fill Between Output and IT Spending Levels
  • Consumer Market: Young, Middle Classes Growing
    • Consumer Devices: A Continuous Shift to Premium Devices
    • Consumer Services: Four 4G Licenses Soon to Be Auctioned

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