Gartner Research

U.S. IT Staff Augmentation Market

Published: 29 January 2001

ID: G0095177

Analyst(s): Ted Kempf


Gartner Dataquest recently developed projections for the U.S. IT staff augmentation market between 1999 and 2004. Two sets of projections were developed; one set for IT professional services and a second for total IT services. Gartner Dataquest projects that the U.S. IT staff augmentation market for professional services will grow from $19.7 billion in 1999 to $39.9 billion in 2004. Similarly, the U.S. IT staff augmentation market for all IT services, including hardware and software maintenance and support, is expected to grow from $21.1 billion in 1999 to $42.8 billion in 2004.

Table Of Contents
  • Forecast Overview
  • User/Demand-Side Research
  • Vendor/Supply-Side Research
  • Technology Assessments
  • Environmental Analysis
  • Forecast Scenario
  • Dataquest Perspective
    • Dominant Market Accelerators
    • Dominant Market Inhibitors

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