Pro Forma

July 2005
Baseline;Jul2005, Issue 46, p27
This section presents statistical data on information technology as of July 2005. The mean compensation including bonuses for executives in information technology positions at companies with more than $500 million in revenue is $140,760 while mean compensation for technology executives at business with annual revenue between $100 million and $499 million is $124, 472. Salary increase for information technology jobs in 2004 is estimated to be less than one-half percent. 6.4 is the average response of 100 chief information officers when asked to rate on the scale of 1 to 10, where 10 means you are finished, if how far along is their company on implementing its Internet strategy. The annual tally of outsourcing revenue in India for fiscal 2004 to 2005 is $17.2 billion while revenue from product development and research and development services is $3 billion. Spending on customer relationship management (CRM) software is expected to increase by 8.2% from 2005 to 2006. Portion of companies that are planning to use CRM applications in the next 12 months is 49%. 75% of executives surveyed could not answer specific questions about their Linux and Windows capital expenditure and maintenance costs.


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