The growing digital economy is fuelling Australian spending on technology products and services, with the total spend expected to grow by 4.1% next year to $78.7 billion. In New Zealand, IT spending will reach NZ$11.6 billion over the course of next year.
IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is forecast to reach US$758 billion in 2014, up 4.2% from 2013. This is slightly lower than 2013 growth of 4.7%.
Enterprise IT spending in Australia will grow almost 5% in 2013, to a total $73 billion in 2013. Most of the growth will be in “consumer-facing industries” like communications, media and services.
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