BMI View: We forecast total Israeli IT market spending will increase at a CAGR of 4.5% throughout
2016-2020 to a total of ILS27.7bn. This is a slightly downgraded outlook in Q416 as a result of a weaker
economic outlook. However, our core scenario remains in place, ..."
BMI View: We downgraded the forecast for consumer electronics devices spending growth in Israel in the
Q416 update to reflect a slightly weaker economic outlook, but our core scenario for a recovery from the
contraction of 2015-16 and modest medium term growth remains ..."
BMI View: Israel's IT industry registered strong export performance in 2015, led by the chip industry, but
domestic IT spending weakened slightly as shekel depreciation was a drag on confidence and reduced the
affordability of imports. We believe that the slowdown wil ..."
BMI View: We downgrade the estimate for 2015 in the Q216, but we believe this will prove a temporary
blip in performance and forecast total IT market spending will increase at a CAGR of 5.5% 2016-2020 to a
total of ILS29.2bn. The maturity of the country's hardware mar ..."
BMI View: After a contraction in consumer electronics device spending in 2015 when negative product
trends, an economic slowdown and shekel depreciation all contributed to lower spending, we anticipate a
modest recovery from 2016. The market is forecast to grow at a C ..."
BMI's commercial banking forecast series covers 62 countries accounting for 80% of global GDP. Each report, researched at source, features BMI's independent assessment and 5-year forecasts to end-2017 for the commercial banking sector in each market. Using its expertise in both c ..."
BMI View: We are anticipating a modest recovery to take place in the consumer electronics segment in
2016. 2015 saw the market hard hit by a weakening shekel and subsequent contractions in the three major
segments. Our forecast now better reflects Israel's status as a ..."
BMI View: The outlook for the Israeli IT market remains positive overall. The Q116 update reflects the
impact of the maturity of the country's hardware market, while IT services are forecast to be the
outperforming segment. Our forecast for shekel appreciation present ..."
Israel's consumer electronics market is one of the most mature in the Middle East and Africa, supported by
its vibrant high-tech start-up community, its position as an R&D hub for global devices and IT vendors, and
high spending on IT solutions within ..."
BMI View: Israel's vibrant ICT start-up community and highly skilled tech workers have continued to
attract high levels of investment in 2015, following a record breaking year in 2014. We expect this trend to
continue, as global IT firms look to leverage innovative so ..."