Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Deloitte launch 2009 predictions

I have just found out the Deloitte has published their predictions for the Technology, Media and Telecoms markets for 2009.

This latest set of predictions you may consider to be more important than ever this year due to the current economic crisis.

I have read the reports and found them to be well balanced and informative, I hope you do too.
The Predictions series is based upon an extensive research process, as well as drawing upon the expertise of members of our TMT practices around the world, research by external industry analysts and the knowledge of industry leaders. For Predictions 2009, we were fortunate enough to be able to interview 50 of some of the most senior executives across the TMT sectors.

Technology Predictions
The need for the technology sector to deliver cost efficiencies, drive productivity improvements and provide the foundation for new products and services will remain as vital as ever. Therefore many of this year's Technology Predictions look at the IT and technological concerns that will be affecting corporations in the coming year, demonstrating the opportunities available for those technology companies who truly understand their clients.

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Media Predictions
While the media sector is expected to be buffeted by gruelling macroeconomic conditions in the year to come, we should not forget that the need for the sector to inform and entertain us remains fundamental. This year's report covers the opportunities for the industry, presented by 3D at the movies and the potential for television to rediscover its self belief, as well as the challenges such as the growing cost of online content, and the need for print media to adapt their traditional business models.

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Telecommunications Predictions
The reliance on this sector to keep the businesses and the people of the world connected remains as critical as ever. And with exciting technological developments occurring, particularly in mobile telecommunications, there will be many ways for this dynamic industry to ride the economic downturn.

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