Pivot Table: Worldwide Retail IT Spending Guide, Version 2, 2011
|Authors:||Leslie Hand, Robert Parker, Nina Bonagura, Ivano Ortis, Giuliana Folco, Gary Koch, Christopher Holmes, Roman Maceska, Craig Simpson, Luca Bonacina, Kumar Das, Mark Yates, Alejandro Florean, Chin- Boon Lim, Ricardo Villate|
|Document Type||Pivot Table|
|Number of Pages||35|
This IDC Retail Insights Pivot Table presents our best estimates and forecasts for the worldwide retail IT opportunity. This Pivot Table provides IT spending forecasts for the following subindustries: apparel and accessory stores; automotive dealers and gasoline service stations; building materials, hardware, and garden supply; catalog and mail-order houses; drugstores; eating and drinking establishments; food stores; general merchandise; home furnishings and equipment stores; and miscellaneous retail. Industry and technology definitions and methodology are also provided. Regional segmentations include Asia/Pacific, the United States, Western Europe, and the rest of the world (ROW).
Application development and deployment, Applications, Integration and process automation middleware, Multifunction peripherals, Operating systems and subsystems, Order management, Palm, Procurement, Routers, Software, Supply chain management applications, System infrastructure software, Systems integration services, Tape storage, VoIP
Consumer Marketing and Promotions, Consumer Shopping, Discrete Manufacturing, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Global Retailing, Manufacturing Product Lifecycle Strategies, Retail, Retail Global Supply Chain, Store Technology
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