Does anyone have the latest benchmark reports for % of spend per department associated to revenue numbers? Particularly IT budgets? I appreciate any thoughts or ideas. I've got the one or two reports already from what Google found.

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VP in Construction, 51 - 200 employees
I will advise you still search for more on the internet, perhaps using an AI enabled search engine to see whether you can get more since you have got some.
Director of IT in Manufacturing, 201 - 500 employees
this wold be a good source,  the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), industry-specific trade associations, and forums like CIO forums.
Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
For a global 100k employees 70+ countries we were below 1.5% of revenue. It took about 13 years to get there from 2%. And the business would probably say we aren’t providing enough services but there’s insufficient funds to significantly expand any services. Shadow IT is now growing again because Central IT is too inflexible. Low cost centralized IT generally means high standardization but low business customization

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