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Business Support Systems IT Spending Update, September 2002: No Rebound Until 2005

Published: 15 October 2002

ID: G00110210

Analyst(s): Norbert Scholz


Spending on BSS licenses and services is likely to decline nearly 5 percent in 2002 to $9.7 billion but gradually increase to $11.4 billion in 2005. License spending will not hit its 2000 level until 2006.

Table Of Contents
  • Executive Summary
    • Forecasting Methodology
    • Predictions: Near- and Long-Term BSS Spending
  • Changes to the Forecasting Methodology
    • Forecasting Exclusions
    • Forecasting Additions
  • Worldwide BSS IT Spending
    • Forecasting Scenarios
    • Global BSS Spending During the Next Four Years
  • North American BSS IT Spending
  • Central and South American BSS IT Spending
  • Western European BSS IT Spending
  • Eastern European BSS IT Spending
  • Asia/Pacific and Japanese BSS IT Spending
  • Middle East and Africa BSS IT Spending
  • Geographic Segmentation
  • Glossary of Terms

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