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2019 Nordic IT Sourcing Study Results Published

The 2019 annual Nordic IT Sourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with PA Consulting Group, investigates more than 1000 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 330 of the top IT spending organisations across all industry sectors in the Nordics. Whilst the Nordic outsourcing market remains healthy, it certainly continues to change.
Key findings from the Nordic Study include:  

  • Over the next two years outsourcing will continue to increase across the Nordics with 72% of organisations planning to outsource at the same rate or more, although the percentage of organisations planning to outsource more has decreased by 5 percentage points in comparison with last year and 13 percentage points in comparison with 2017 confirming a trend. 
  • Across the four Nordic countries, most outsourcing growth is expected in Denmark with 38% of organisations citing that they plan to outsource more (down by 5 percentage points in comparison with 2018). In contrast, most insourcing is predicted in Sweden with almost 1 in 5 clients planning to outsource less (up by 10 percentage points since last year). 
  • The top three objectives for IT outsourcing from a client perspective in the Nordics are focus on core business, cost reduction and access to resources. Service Providers, asked why their clients outsource, rank cost reduction number 1 and place twice as much importance on business transformation. They also underestimate the importance of focus on core business by -20% and innovation by more than half, highlighting that differences in perspectives between clients and service providers continue to exist.
  • 81% of clients state that they are not achieving or only partly achieving innovation as one of their outsourcing objectives while almost 3 out of 4 clients cite they are not or only partially achieving their business transformation objectives. Clients need to communicate their objectives more clearly while service providers should look into how they can help their clients with innovation through outsourcing, ideally on a continuous basis through effective collaboration.
  • 13% of clients state that they will outsource less (Insourcing). The clients indicate the main rationale for Insourcing is driven by the shift towards more “agile ways of working” (70%) and “a desire to increase the speed and quality of delivery” (62%).
  • The service provider community continues to show a strong overall satisfaction level with 87% of the clients being somewhat to very satisfied of the 1,009 evaluated IT sourcing relationships.
  • On the overall ranking for general satisfaction, TCS and Amazon Web Services (AWS) receive the joint highest score with 77%, followed by Basefarm and Salesforce.com (both at 76%), Telenor and LTI (both at 75%) and new entrant Sopra Steria (74%). The average satisfaction score remains unchanged in comparison with last year. 
Across the 4 different IT domains, the highest ranking providers are:
    • For application development, maintenance, testing and SaaS: TCS, Salesforce.com, LTI and Wipro (joint 3rd)
    • For data centre, managed infrastructure and hosting: TCS, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Basefarm
    • For network & telecommunications: Telenor, Telia Company, Elisa, TDC and BT (joint 3rd)
    • For end-user services and collaboration solutions: Atos, CGI and Microsoft
Across the four Nordic countries, the highest ranking providers are:
    • For Denmark: Salesforce.com, HCL, Atos and LTI (joint 3rd)
    • For Finland: TCS, Telia Company and CGI
    • For Norway: TCS, Salesforce.com and Telenor
    • For Sweden: TCS, EVRY and Telenor

  • Almost 60 percent of organisations are already using agile as their preferred model with another 31% planning to use it. Adoption of Agile as the preferred delivery model is spreading across the Nordics with significant increases in Agile adoption since last year in Denmark (from 35% to 58%) and in Norway (41% to 63%). 
  • Usage of DevOps is also on the rise, with one third of organisations are already using DevOps as their preferred model and another 48% planning to use it in the future.
  • New technologies focused on more efficiently and effectively delivering services such as robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are also becoming increasingly more important. 59 percent of all organisations are already using these new technologies and another 30 percent is planning to make use of this in the near future. While the use of technologies in Robotics and/or AI is widespread across the Nordics, Sweden is lagging behind the other Nordic countries.

Results Presentation

The results of our 2019 IT Sourcing Study for the Nordics were presented in Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki and Stockholm. We were delighted to have client presentations from the following companies: DNA, UPM, Lantmännen, Velliv, NETS, DNB and Yara.

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April 25th, 2019|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2019 Dutch IT Sourcing Study Results Published

The 2019 Dutch IT Sourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in collaboration with Quint Wellington Redwood, investigates more than 550 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 200 of the top IT spending organisations in the Netherlands. 
Key findings from the 2019 Dutch study include:

  • More than two out of five organisations (42 percent) in the Netherlands are planning to outsource more of their IT in the next two years, with most outsourcing to be expected from the financial services sector (53%). Eleven percent of Dutch organisations are planning to increase insourcing in the coming years.
  • The primary reasons for Dutch organisations to outsource their IT services are focus on core business, improvement of service quality and cost reduction. Overall, more than 90 percent of organisations cite that they have (partly) achieved their outsourcing objectives.
  • Innovation is an increasingly more important factor for clients (cited by 43% as a key driver), but four out of five participants state that they are not achieving the expected innovation through outsourcing.
  • Cloud continues its growth with cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft (Office Suite and Azure), Salesforce.com having over 80 contracts that have been evaluated in this year’s study.
  • 70% of clients indicate that security and privacy concerns are the main barriers to further cloud adoption; service providers do not share this concern as only 30% of providers indicate security and privacy is a barrier.
  • The service provider community continues to show a strong overall satisfaction level with an increase in general satisfaction (2% for the whole market compared to last year) and an impressive 88% of the clients being somewhat to very satisfied with the 554 evaluated IT sourcing relationships.
  • On the overall ranking for general satisfaction, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is ranked number 1 with a satisfaction score of 84%, followed by Centric (79%), TCS and Accenture (both at 78%) and Salesforce.com (76%).

Across the 4 different IT domains, the highest ranking providers are:

  • For application development, maintenance, testing and SaaS: TCS, Accenture and Salesforce.com
  • For datacenter managed infrastructure and hosting: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Centric and Microsoft (Azure)
  • For network & telecommunications: Vodafone, Orange Business Services and KPN
  • For end-user services and collaboration solutions: Centric, Microsoft (Office Suite) and Cegeka

Results Presentation

The results of our 2019 IT Sourcing Study for the Netherlands were presented by Jef Loos, Whitelane and Alex van den Bergh, Quint on 14 March 2019. With almost 100 people in attendance, the event featured multiple interactive presentations hosted by organisations including Eneco, ERIKS, ING and Rabobank. There were also in-depth topic sessions on Hybrid Cloud Hosting, Sourcing in a DevOps Enterprise and SIAM.

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March 15th, 2019|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2019 BeLux IT Sourcing Study Results Published

The 2019 BeLux IT Sourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research, investigates more than 550 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 200 of the top IT spending organisations in Belgium and Luxembourg. 
Key findings from the 2019 BeLux study include:

  • 50% of organisations in Belgium and Luxembourg cite that they are planning to outsource more in the next two years. The BeLux region has the highest percentage of expected outsourcing growth in comparison to the rest of Europe and is 12% above the European average of 38%.
  • The primary reasons for clients to outsource their IT services are: focus on core business, access to resources and cost reduction (up 5% this year). Client and service provider perspectives continue to be aligned for a consecutive year as far as the top 3 outsourcing drivers are concerned. Clients however put more emphasis on improvement of service quality and innovation which is supported by the fact that 70% of participants state they are not achieving or only partly achieving innovation as a key objective.
  • Innovation should be a key target area for providers, as we conclude that organisations want to increasingly leverage new innovative technologies (e.g. robotics and artificial intelligence) to further automate processes, trying to achieve cost reductions and quality improvement at the same time. The benefits of these new technologies are considered to be (very) significant by more than 60% of the organisations that are currently using robotics and/or AI.
  • The service provider community continues to show a strong overall satisfaction level with an impressive 90% of the clients being somewhat to very satisfied with the 567 evaluated IT sourcing relationships.
  • TCS and Econocom are the highest ranking providers with a general satisfaction score of 80%, closely followed by Telenet and Deloitte (both at 79%) and Microsoft and new entrant Delaware (both at 78%).
  • The agile way of working can be described as collaborative, flexible, incremental and evolutionary. More than 50 percent of BeLux organisations are already using agile as their preferred model with another 33% planning to use it.
  • There are still a significant number of barriers to overcome in order to successfully transition to the public cloud. Most prominently mentioned are the integration of cloud applications with existing or legacy systems (cited by 69% of respondents), closely followed by security and privacy issues (cited by 66%). More than half of the organisations (56%) mention the governance and capabilities to manage cloud providers and solutions, and 49 percent emphasise issues regarding legal and regulatory compliance.

Results Presentation

The results of our 2019 IT Sourcing Study for Belgium and Luxembourg were presented in Zaventem on 28 February 2019. Jef Loos presented the results of the study to participants and the event featured a client presentation from Didier Generet, VP Global Infrastructure at UCB in addition to a vendor panel debate.

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February 28th, 2019|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018/2019 European IT Sourcing Study Results Published

?The 6th annual European IT Sourcing Study, combines all of the data from Whitelane’s annual studies, investigating more than 5000 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 1600 of the top IT spending organisations in Europe. All industry sectors are represented.?
Key findings from the 2018/2019 European study include:

  • Over the next two years more outsourcing is predicted for Europe, although the rate is somewhat decreasing compared to last year. Seventy-five percent of respondents plan to outsource at the same rate or more, but the number of companies planning to outsource more has decreased from 44% to 38% in comparison with last year. The number of companies looking to outsource less (insource) remains stable.
  • The main objectives to outsource for clients are cost reduction, focus on core business and access to resources.
  • Overall, respondents are satisfied with their IT service provider(s), with 88% of the 5000 IT sourcing relationships being evaluated as satisfactory.
  • TCS achieves 1st place for a consecutive year with a general satisfaction score of 79%, followed closely by Google (78%), Amazon Web Services (AWS) (77%), Hexaware (76%) and Salesforce and LTI (both at an impressive 75%). Deloitte is the only new entrant in this year’s ranking with a score just above the 69% average. The full European report contains rankings by IT domain, country, industry and contract size.
  • This year we have asked organisations about technology trends related to Agile, robotics and artificial intelligence. More than 50% of participants are already using Agile as the preferred delivery model while another 30% plan to adopt it. By industry, the financial services sector has the largest adoption (61%) while use of Agile within the public sector is much lower at 41%.
  • Although robotics and artificial intelligence are not yet widely adopted (due to barriers such as a lack of awareness by the business and IT, as well as maturity of these technologies), 68% of clients cite that the benefits are significant or even very significant. The financial services sector is again significantly ahead of other sectors, with almost three quarters of financial services organisations already using robotics and AI compared to 50% of public sector and other industry sectors.

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February 7th, 2019|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018 French IT Outsourcing Study Results Published

The 6th annual French IT Outsourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research investigates more than 500 unique IT outsourcing contracts held by over 145 of the top IT spending organisations in France. 
Key findings from the 2018 French study include:

  • Over the next two years modest growth is predicted for the IT outsourcing market in France, with 63% of all organisations citing that they are planning to outsource at the same rate or more. On a European level, France has the lowest percentage of companies planning to outsource more (26% compared to the European average of 38%).
  • From a client perspective, the main objectives to outsource are focus on core business, cost reduction and improvement of service quality. Service providers in France place more importance on cost reduction and business transformation while they undervalue the importance placed by their clients on focus on core business and innovation as objectives to outsource their IT services.
  • Overall, respondents are satisfied with their IT service provider(s), with 90% of the 503 IT sourcing relationships being evaluated as satisfactory.
  • LTI and Google are the highest ranked providers with a joint general satisfaction score of 78%, followed by Capgemini (77%), Amazon (76%) and Cognizant (75%). The average satisfaction score drops by 2% in comparison with last year.
  • Service providers continue to have a more critical view about their client’s capabilities. While 76% of clients are satisfied with their business relationship management and demand forecasting skills, 58% of providers rate client skills in this area as immature. In addition, almost 60% of providers rate their client’s capabilities in transition and change management as immature while three in four clients state they are satisfied with their capabilities in this field, showing a disconnect in perceptions.
  • 88% of participants revealed that they are already using Agile as the preferred delivery model, with an additional 6% of participants planning to adopt it. Compared to the rest of Europe, France has one of the highest levels of Agile adoption.
  • Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are increasingly more adopted with almost 67% of organisations citing that they are currently using these new technologies. 

Results Presentation

The results of our 2018 IT Outsourcing Study for France were presented in Paris on 17 January 2019. Jef Loos presented the results of the study to participants and the event featured client presentations from Benoit Delmas, CTO of Saint Gobain and Franck Meriau, CIO of TF1 in addition to a panel debate with service providers from Capgemini, IBM and TCS.

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January 18th, 2019|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018 German IT Outsourcing Results Published

The 6th annual German IT Outsourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with Navisco AG – Sourcing Professionals, investigates more than 600 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 150 of the top IT spending organisations in Germany. 
Key findings from the 2018 German study include:

  • Over the next two years more outsourcing is predicted for Germany, with 43% of all organisations citing that they are planning to outsource more. The percentage of companies that are planning to insource has also gone up from 14% to 20% since last year. On a European level, Germany (together with the United Kingdom) has one of the highest levels of insourcing.
  • We have asked the 20% of organisations that plan to outsource less what factors are driving more insourcing. The primary reason to insource is the need to drive business transformation (cited by 80%) followed by the need to increase the speed/quality of delivery (67%).
  • Service providers need to better understand why their clients outsource. From a client perspective, the main objectives are focus on core business, access to resources and cost reduction. Service providers in Germany however place more importance on cost reduction, business transformation and innovation while they undervalue the importance placed by their clients on focus on core business and improvement of service quality.
  • The service provider community shows a strong overall satisfaction performance with an impressive 84% of the clients being somewhat to very satisfied with the 602 IT outsourcing relationships evaluated.
  • TCS continues to be ranked as overall number 1 with a general satisfaction score of 77% and is followed by NTT Data (Itelligence) (76%), Data Group (75%), new entrant Google and HCL (both at 74%), Amazon (72%) and Cognizant and Wipro (both at 71%). The average satisfaction score drops by 2% with the majority of providers experiencing decreases in satisfaction in comparison with last year.
  • Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are increasingly more adopted in Germany with 54% of organisations citing that they are currently using these new technologies and 90% citing the benefits as significant or even very significant.

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December 17th, 2018|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018 Spanish IT Outsourcing Study Results Published

The 2018 Spanish IT Outsourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with Quint Wellington Redwood, examines 785 IT outsourcing relationships representing more than 225 participants of the top IT spending companies in Spain.
Key findings from the Spanish Study include:  

  • Over the next two years more outsourcing is predicted for Spain, with almost 82% of all organisations confirming that they are planning to outsource at the same rate or more. The percentage of companies that are planning to insource (6%) has remained stable in comparison with last year.
  • Insourcing is driven by the need to create and maintain intellectual property (cited by 88% of participants) and the speed and quality of delivery (75%).
  • By industry, outsourcing will experience the biggest growth in professional services, energy, healthcare and banking. On the other hand, the entertainment, telecommunications and retail sectors have lower than average results.
  • The main drivers for companies to outsource are improvement of service quality, cost reduction and access to resources. However, service providers in Spain need to better understand the reasons why their clients outsource. From their perspective the most important reasons for clients to outsource are business transformation and innovation.
  • Satisfaction with the providers continues to be high. Overall, respondents are satisfied with their IT service provider(s), with 95% of the 785 IT sourcing relationships being evaluated as satisfactory. Spain has one of the highest levels of client satisfaction in Europe.
  • Everis and Ibermática lead the ranking for a consecutive year, with a joint satisfaction score of 83%. They are followed by public cloud providers Amazon and Google (both at 82%) and Accenture, Atos and Deloitte (all three at 80%). The ranking includes 8 new providers in comparison with 2017, four of which are cloud providers.
  • 57% of companies have already adopted, robotics, IoT and/or artificial intelligence. This growth is most relevant within the financial services sector, with 62% of companies confirming that they already use these technologies.
  • We have also asked participants about agile methods and 40% of participants confirmed they already use agile, while 33% plan to use agile shortly. The financial services sector is again at the vanguard of this new trend, with 44% already using Agile and 41% planning to adopt this model.

Results Presentation

The results of our 2018 IT Outsourcing Study for Spain were presented by Whitelane and Quint Wellington Redwood in Madrid on 15 November. The event also featured a round table discussion with speakers from: Banco de España, Logalty, DAMM and Seguros Pelayo.

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November 16th, 2018|Categories: Events, IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018 Swiss IT Outsourcing Results Published

The 6th annual Swiss IT Outsourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with Navisco AG – Sourcing Professionals, investigates more than 300 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 80 of the top IT spending organisations in Switzerland.
Key findings from the Swiss Study include:  

  • Over the next two years more outsourcing is predicted for Switzerland, with almost 50% of all organisations citing that they are planning to outsource more. Interestingly also the percentage of companies that are planning to insource has gone up from 7% to 12%.
  • From a client perspective, the main objectives to outsource are cost reduction, focus on core business and access to resources. Service providers in Switzerland place more importance on business transformation while they undervalue the importance placed by their clients on innovation and focus on core business as objectives to outsource their IT services.
  • Overall, respondents are satisfied with their IT service provider(s), with 85% of the 304 IT sourcing relationships being evaluated as satisfactory.
  • TCS is the highest ranked provider with a general satisfaction score of 74%, followed by SAP and new entrant Amazon (both at 73%), Cognizant and T-Systems (both at 71%), Microsoft (70%) and HCL and Verizon (both at 68%). Average satisfaction drops by 4% in comparison with last year while satisfaction across each of the IT domains also decreases with few providers improving upon last year’s scores.
  • More than half of organisations are already using Agile as the preferred delivery model while another 30% of participants plan to adopt it. There is however still uncertainty about how exactly the agile methodology can best be incorporated, as we see organisations that no longer believe they require a traditional planning and justify any delays as well as organisations that are afraid that the costs and planning cannot be controlled anymore.
  • Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are increasingly more adopted with almost 58% of organisations citing that they are currently using these new technologies. Most clients expect their service providers to keep up to date with the latest developments in this area and integrate this into their service offering in order to further improve the service delivery and at the same time lower costs.
Above: Jef Loos, Whitelane, presents the results of the 2018 Swiss Study.

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October 8th, 2018|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|

2018 Annual Forum, Spain – Journey to the World of Cloud

On 27 June Whitelane Research in collaboration with Quint Wellington Redwood organized a half day event in Madrid on the journey to cloud.

The event included cloud success stories from Iñaki Vélez, Head of Architecture at Grupo Santillana and Araceli García, IT Service Delivery Manager at IAG Group.

This was followed by an end-user panel debate moderated by Guillermo Lillo from Quint, on the obstacles towards cloud and lessons learned featuring: Israel Devesa, Head of Architecture at Viesgo, Pello Olaskoaga, IT Development Director at eDreams ODIGEO and Alberto Martin, CIO at FRV.

Javier Morgado, Managing Partner at Quint Wellington Redwood then presented the current challenges and future of cloud before moderating the vendor panel debate which focused on the maturity of the cloud market. Panelists included: Jorge Molina, Everis, Rosa María Rodríguez, T-Systems, María Novoa, TCS, Ramón Pérez Blanco, Capgemini and Fernando Pereiro, Ibermática.

June 29th, 2018|Categories: Events|

2018 UK IT Outsourcing Study Results Published

The 6th annual UK IT Outsourcing Study, conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with PA Consulting Group, investigates more than 760 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 240 of the top IT spending organisations in the United Kingdom. All industry sectors are represented.
Key findings from the 2018 UK study include:

  • Technology is increasingly seen as a differentiator that is driving business transformation across sectors. IT service delivery function is not limited to driving operations and efficiencies, but driving the innovation, products and revenues.
  • Over the next two years less outsourcing is predicted for the UK. Although 73% of respondents plan to outsource at the same rate or more, the number of companies planning to outsource more has decreased from 35% to 27% in comparison with last year.
  • 22% of organisations are looking to outsource less (insource) in the coming two years. The main reasons cited for insourcing are innovation, IP ownership and the speed/quality of delivery. In comparison with the rest of Europe the UK has one of the highest levels of insourcing.
  • From a client perspective, the main objectives to outsource are cost reduction, access to resources and improvement of service quality. Service providers in the UK place more importance on innovation and more financial flexibility while they undervalue the importance of cost reduction and access to resources.
  • Overall, respondents are satisfied with their IT service provider(s), with 88% of the 764 IT sourcing relationships being evaluated as satisfactory.
  • TCS and Hexaware are the highest ranked providers with a joint general satisfaction score of 81%, followed by Getronics (79%), HCL and NIIT (both at 77%) and Amazon and Salesforce.com (both at 76%).

Manish Khandelwal, IT sourcing expert at PA Consulting Group, says: “As businesses are increasingly technology driven, the IT supply chain cannot remain back office centric. While overall satisfaction levels with IT service providers remain high and outsourcers are generally seen as doing a good job of delivery, they must now prove to their customers that they are an essential part of the IT supply chain of the future as an innovation partner. If they are seen as bereft of new ideas they are destined to be relegated to the role of suppliers of utility computing”.

Results Presentation

Above: Jef Loos, Head Sourcing Research at Whitelane presents the results of the 2018 UK IT Outsourcing Study in London.

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May 31st, 2018|Categories: IT Outsourcing Studies|