Computing industry rebounds
The computing industry has benefited this year from a continuing rebound in business spending on information technology, according to figures released by some of the industry’s leading names in recent days.
Earnings reports from Intel and IBM flew in the face of concerns over flagging consumer spending, static PC markets and disruption to supply chains following the disaster in Japan.
Here in the UK, INCo, who work to produce sales for IT, telecomms and consulting firms, is seeing the same effect.
“INCo is seeing a real surge in market activity and several factors are driving organisations to invest in their IT solutions and infrastructure. Cloud Computing and Virtualisation are very topical and many organisations are looking at how they can gain commercial advantage and become more agile by deploying such strategies. INCo’s customers are responding quickly to this upturn in investment and commissioning additional lead generation campaigns to ensure they engage with the early adopters,” said INCo’s Managing Director, Neil Ritchie.
A revival in business spending seems to be happening as companies refocus their efforts on gaining competitiveness, itself an indicator of the economic recovery.
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