Computer Economics IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks Study

The Computer Economics IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2014/2015 study is now in its 25th year and presents data collected from more than 200 IT organizations on the IT budget and staffing plans for the current year. A few of the highlights of the study:

  • “The most positive finding in the study this year is that 52% of IT organizations plan to increase IT staff  headcount….This is the first time since 2007 when more than half of IT organizations are increasing headcount, which should result in a 1% rise in staffing at the median.”
  • “In line with the IT staffing forecast, IT operational budgets will increase 2.4% at the median, a rise that is up slightly from a 2.3% growth rate in 2013 and a 2.2% growth in 2012. This marks the fourth year of slow and steady improvement in IT operational budgets.”
  • “In contrast to the modest rise in IT operational spending, IT capital spending growth has come to a halt with a 0.0% growth rate in budgets at the median.”
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