Since 2005, TSIA has been tracking service revenue and profit trends in the technology industry in our widely followed Technology & Services 50 index. We aggregate the financial performance of these fifty companies from the public record and identify service revenue and profitability trends, as well as provide critical observations based on the current quarterly update of 50 of the largest global providers of technology services. What's more, TSIA now has an interactive dashboard allowing our members to play around with the data themselves!
TSIA's Executive Director, Thomas Lah, has a fantastic webinar series where he identifies the latest observations and trends for the technology services industry each quarter. Recently, the trends have very clearly pointed to an increasing reliance on both service revenues and profits to sustain the health and growth of technology product companies. In these webinars, Thomas also covers these key areas:
We have great news for TSIA members! In conjunction with Thomas' webinar, we have released an updated version of this dashboard, which now includes Q1 2016 data. With this dashboard, members can use a variety of parameters and filters to manipulate the T&S 50 data. This enables our members to do their own analysis and come up with additional conclusions.
Watch this video for an overview of the dashboard, learn how to navigate the various views included in the dashboard, and see a few examples on using parameters and filters. TSIA members can log in and then access this dashboard here.
If you're not a TSIA member yet but want a preview of the great research, papers, and tools that come with a membership, head over to our free resources center. To learn how TSIA can help you overcome your top business challenges, request a membership briefing with us and we'll be happy to share how our research, including data from the Technology & Services 50 Index, can help you improve your operation.
Post Date: April 21, 2016
Bryan Girkins is a research analyst for TSIA, and brings with him his experience from his time at Deltek researching technology services within the public sector. Specifically, he analyzed industry trends affecting contractors as the Government started adopting cloud-based solutions and moved away from overly complex solutions. Bryan also brings experience as a Software/Business Analyst for Avaya Government Solutions. In that role, he worked on the product development team for a next generation case management system for the Technology Division of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Office of Court Administration (AO/OCA/TD).
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