New survey shows strong expectations for IT investments  

An IDC/Computerworld survey of 400 companies shows the strongest expectations of IT investments since 2000

A new survey of 400 companies shows the highest expectations for IT investments since 2000. The survey was carried out by analysis company IDC together with Computerworld. Per Andersen, managing director of IDC says that the respondent companies now feel sure the economy is going in the right direction, and that the outlook is bright for the IT industry in 2005. Factors such as high oil prices and the situation in Iraq are not expected to shake the optimism, which is both widely and solidly founded, Per Andersen adds.


Director of the Danish IT Industry Association Jacob Lyngsøe, says the IT industry has started earning again after the collective decline in the industry in 2001-2003. The current optimistic economic climate and accumulated cash for IT investments in companies are some of the reasons why progress in IT investment is expected. The news is reported by ComputerWorld.

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