DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/76e5dc/peru_information_t) has announced the addition of the "Peru Information Technology Report Q3 2011" report to their offering.
"Peru's IT spending is forecast to grow again in 2011, with a strong economic recovery lifting IT investment, despite some downside risks. The PC market achieved double-digit growth in 2010, fueled by notebooks. Government ICT spending should also increase after some impact from presidential elections in April 2011.
Peru has one of the smaller IT markets in the Latin American region, but spending is projected to increase at a CAGR of 11% over the 2011-2015 period, making it one of the highest growth global IT markets. Total spending on IT products and services is forecast to pass US$2.2bn by 2015.
The Peruvian IT market has a significant geographic digital divide, with largely untapped markets beyond the capital Lima, which accounts for at least 80% of all PC sales. Per-capita IT spending is projected to grow to US$70 by 2015, from around US$48 in 2011. The regional structure of the market will evolve, with slower growth likely in Lima, compared with the Peruvian provinces.
Government spending on IT services is likely to be maintained in 2011. Areas of opportunity could include health, pensions, tax and e-government projects, as well as affordable computer and other digital divide programmes.
Delivery of the government's computers for schools programme underwent a deceleration in the first half of 2010. After procuring around 300,000 units through the programme in 2009, the government reported logistical difficulties with estimates that only around 50% of the computers made it into schools.
- SAP (Peru)
- Dell (Peru)
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