Spurt in Broadband Adoption in Developing Countries: Ken Research

Ken Research has announced latest publication titled “National Broadband Plans in Asia-Pacific: Focus on Bridging the Digital Divide to Spur Economic Growth” which discuss scope of broadband in Asian region. It gives an understanding of the national broadband plans adopted by the governments in APAC region. The report analyses guidelines set under NBPs such as… Continue reading Spurt in Broadband Adoption in Developing Countries: Ken Research

Government plans to subsidize broadband networks to boom ICT budget in Austria: Ken Research

Kable’s survey reveals that majority of Austrian enterprises are planning to expand their ICT budget significantly in 2016 Austrian financing initiatives is COMET (Competence Centres for Excellent Technologies). survey data reflects that SaaS as the most preferred cloud computing solution area among Austrian enterprises in 2015 Ken research announced its latest distribution on “ICT investment… Continue reading Government plans to subsidize broadband networks to boom ICT budget in Austria: Ken Research

Cost of Operations to upsurge the ICT Budget in Italy: Ken research

Italian economy showed great signs of possible economic turnaround in the early 2016. Italian enterprises are investing in business intelligence (BI) to derive knowledge from the growing volume of unstructured data, enabling the top management to deliver strategic decisions. Enterprises look to retain customers and expand the involvement of vendors to improve their supply chain… Continue reading Cost of Operations to upsurge the ICT Budget in Italy: Ken research

Promising ICT Sector uplifting Investment Opportunities in China: Ken Research

Distribution of ICT Chinese Yuan (CNY) in areas such as the networks, applications, service desk, and data centers Chinese enterprises’ distribution of their ICT budget across various segments within a technology category Ken Research has announce latest publication on, “ICT investment trends in China; Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2017“ which… Continue reading Promising ICT Sector uplifting Investment Opportunities in China: Ken Research

ICT Expenditure to Rise in Turkey Creating Opportunities for Foreign Investors: Ken Research

Turkish enterprises are planning to allocate majority of the hardware budget to network and communications equipment, security, servers, and desktops/laptops/thin clients segments SaaS has been the most preferred cloud computing solution area among Turkish enterprises in 2015, with enterprises allocating a major portion of their average cloud computing budget to this solution area Ken Research… Continue reading ICT Expenditure to Rise in Turkey Creating Opportunities for Foreign Investors: Ken Research

B2W, Cnova, MercadoLibre, Magazineluiza, Netshoes lead the market share in Brazil E-Commerce Retail Market by Gross Merchandise Value: Ken Research

Brazil is not only the biggest but also the most developed e-commerce markets in the Latin America. With over 42% share, Brazil has the strongest cross-border consumer market in Latin America. US were the top destination for cross-border e-commerce with other top countries being China, Hong Kong, Japan and Canada. Prices of imported products were… Continue reading B2W, Cnova, MercadoLibre, Magazineluiza, Netshoes lead the market share in Brazil E-Commerce Retail Market by Gross Merchandise Value: Ken Research

Brazil E-commerce Market to Grow over USD 71 billion by 2020 on the Back of Inclining Number of e-consumers: Ken Research

The report titled “Brazil E-commerce Market Forecast to 2020” provides detailed overview on the E-commerce Market in Brazil and helps readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in coming years. The report is useful for manufacturers, retailers, travel agencies, logistics providers and other… Continue reading Brazil E-commerce Market to Grow over USD 71 billion by 2020 on the Back of Inclining Number of e-consumers: Ken Research