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Profit and Loss Statement Analysis: IT Services, 2001

Published: 07 October 2002

ID: G00110395

Analyst(s): Martin Lee

Summary

Analysis of profit and loss statements for 43 IT services companies may help one understand 2001 performance results. Statements for consulting and systems integration services and IT management services are examined.

Table Of Contents
  • Two Humbling Years for IT Services Firms
  • Methodology and Assumptions
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for IT Management Services Firms, FY00 and FY01
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for C&SI Firms, FY00 and FY01
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for C&SI Firms with Revenue Greater than $500 Million: FY00 and FY01
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for C&SI Firms with Revenue Between $100 and $500 Million, FY00 and FY01
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for C&SI Firms with Revenue Less Than $100 Million: FY00 and FY01
  • Comparison of P&L Statements for C&SI Firms, by Revenue Sizes for FY01
  • Gartner Dataquest Perspective
    • Gartner Dataquest Recommendations

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