BMI View: The big three continue to dominate the Canadian telecoms market, as efforts to create more
competition have yet to fully bear fruit. However, the market has evolved, with demand for more advanced
services driving the rollout of LTE and fibre services, even i ..."
BMI View: If the deal between Bell and MTS is approved, we will see more consolidation in the Canadian
telecoms market driven by the 'big three': Bell, Rogers and Telus. Scale is required to make necessary
network investments, and the national mobile market is a core ..."
BMI View: Canada's position as an IT market at the technological frontier is reflected in the lucrative
nature of its market for vendors. However, as a result of maturity, growth prospects are diminished. We
forecast IT spending in Canada will increase at a CAGR of 3. ..."
Canadian economic and financial market conditions have generally improved since early 2016, offering renewed hope that the country's economy is heading for a more stable footing. As innovation and economic growth takes center stage, Canadian en ..."
BMI View: We forecast IT spending in Canada will increase at a CAGR of 3.8% over 2016-2020 to reach a
total market value of CAD74.1bn. We expect the market to strengthen as Canadian economic growth picks
up from 2017, and highlight the potential of the software and se ..."
BMI View: We retain our view that organic growth prospects will remain lacklustre in the Canadian
mobile telecommunications market. Furthermore, established players will remain focused on selling
premium converged services to their customer base. After a series of hig ..."
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BMI View: Following a 2.5% increase in spending in 2015, we predict that IT spending in Canada will
grow by 3.0% in 2016 to reach a total market value of CAD63.73bn in local currency terms. We believe
that growth will be driven by the software and services market segm ..."