The global IT services market has been forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5% over the next five years, to reach a market value of US $1,147 billion by 2017.
A marginally slow growth in the global IT services market is set to be witnessed first off however, dropping from about 7% growth in 2011 to 6% growth in 2012. Most of the slowdown effect will come from the debt crisis in Europe.
The market holds significant opportunities for industry players due to increasing IT spending in the healthcare, retail, and transportation sectors.
Furthermore, the increasing global demand for systems, software, and services, as well as IT spending by governments, and the banking and financial sectors are likely to boost the global IT services market.
North America, with 42% of the global market share, dominates the global IT services market. Various other locations such as India, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines are anticipated to be key drivers for the market due to their low-cost labour and skilled talent pools.
The APAC region is expected to register the highest growth rate among all regions within the IT services market through to 2017 to become the industry leader.
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