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Buying and selling in the local market: Local government procurement and supplier landscape

Buying and selling in the local market: Local government procurement and supplier landscape

Market Study
Published: September 2012
Pages: 31
Research from: Kable
Sector: Information & Communications Technology

From: GBP 2832.00
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Product Synopsis
This report summariszes the top hardware, software, services and communication suppliers to local governments within the UK as well as providing a summary to how local authorities are purchasing ICT.

This overview of the market allows suppliers to enhance their understanding as well as validate existing assumptions about the market and allow them to identify companies which they ought to forge stronger bonds with.


Introduction and Landscape
This report provides data on ICT spending within local authorities, providing suppliers with detailed market data. Allowing companies to identify potential new areas to expand into or allow leading outsourcers to look for new partnerships or acquisitions.

Bringing together Kable's research, modeling and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. Allowing companies to identify the market dynamics that account for ICT buying and selling within local governments.


Key Features and Benefits
Hardware, software, services and communication suppliers within local government. This report forecasts local government spending within the ICT sector.

Key Market Issues
- Gain insight into local government spending on ICT.
- Provides insight into ICT spending across hardware, software, services and communication sectors.
- Gain knowledge about the top suppliers to local governments.


Key Highlights
ICT expenditure is increasingly channeled through service contracts which make the priority for many providers to forge stronger relationships with leading suppliers in the core growth areas.

Frameworks also remain the most popular procurement vehicle for local authorities. 82% of frameworks are currently managed by individual organisations.

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