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Ovum » Infrastructure Services Quarterly, 4Q12: Europe

Infrastructure Services Quarterly, 4Q12: Europe

22nd February 2013

Highlights

Unlike previous years, there were no spectacular infrastructure services megadeals to close 2012. However, excluding deals with a total contract value of more than $500m, there were signs of improvement compared with 2011.

Five sectors ended the year significantly ahead of where they were in 2011: central/federal government, local government, the services sector, healthcare, and media.

European vendors again had a good quarter in their home region: T-Systems, Tieto, BT, and Evry all made the top five for reported TCV. The leading non-European vendor was TCS – a vendor better known for applications outsourcing, but now growing fast as an infrastructure services provider in Europe.

Features and Benefits

  • Follow the trends in the European infrastructure services market.
  • Discover which markets saw the biggest deals in the quarter.
  • Find out what the trends are for TCV, annual contract values, and contract terms.

Key Questions Answered

  • Which vendors successfully renewed existing large contracts?
  • How have annual contract values changed on a quaterly basis over the last three years?
  • Are infrastructure services contracts getting shorter and why are there are fewer megadeals?

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