Danish investments in IT look set to continue  

2008.07.23
Despite the signs of economic downturn seen around the world, investments in IT in Denmark look set to continue at a healthy pace this year
Despite the signs of economic downturn seen around the world, investments in IT in Denmark look set to continue at a healthy pace this year, reports ComON. A survey conducted among its members by the Danish IT Association shows that 74% expect increasing investments in IT, and of these respondents, 27% expect investments to rise by more than 10%.
 
Business development, IT service management and business architecture are the areas which have the highest priority. 82% of IT company chiefs foresee rising investments in the digitalisation of business processes, and a third of these respondents think that investments in this area will rise by more than 10%.
 
Klaus Kvorning Hansen, deputy chairman of the Danish IT Association, told ComON: "It looks as if the global economic downturn and the challenges deriving from it for the Danish economy have not affected the desire to invest in IT. It could very well be connected with the fact that Danish companies increasingly believe that IT can actually add value to a company, and that it is one of the core innovation tools."

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