BMI View: We forecast IT spending in Sweden will increase at a CAGR of 4.2% throughout
2016-2020, reaching a total of SEK154.9bn. Swedish enterprises have traditionally been high spenders on
IT and early adopters of the latest technologies. We expect this characterist ..."
BMI View: The saturation in the market means that operators are looking to migrate customers onto more
premium services, such as LTE, fibre and connected objects. This need for diversification from legacy
products has driven M&A activity, with Com Hem acquiring Boxer ..."
BMI View: Telia Sweden is zero-rating social network usage (from Facebook, Instagram, Messenger,
WhatsApp, Twitter and Kik) on its mobile network, meaning use of these sites will not count towards
customers' data allowances, with no financial relationship between Teli ..."
BMI View: Sweden is both a high-value IT hardware market and has a favourable enterprise mix that is
behind high levels of spending on software and services. Maturity limits the growth potential of the
hardware segment, but purchasing power gains from kroner appreciat ..."
BMI View: Despite its developed market status, we have an upbeat perspective on Sweden's IT industry,
owing to the presence of a supportive economic environment and advanced composition of the enterprise
segment. These market characteristics are expected to drive grow ..."
BMI View: Saturation in Sweden's telecoms market means operators are looking to diversify their product
portfolios to find new revenue streams. With the ongoing shift from fixed solutions to mobile services,
operators are increasingly turning towards the Internet of T ..."
BMI View: The Swedish IT market has a bright outlook for a developed market due to a supportive
economic environment and advanced composition of the enterprise segment. We believe this will drive
growth in spending on new technologies such as advanced cloud computing ..."
BMI View: A saturated and mature market means that operators need to put forward new strategies in
order to find new revenues streams. The most basic is investment into networks, in order to improve usage
and migration to the most advanced technologies, as a way to dr ..."
Swedish enterprises are prioritizing investment in various ICT domains in 2015 to achieve sustainable economic growth and competitiveness. Additionally, foreign direct investment (FDI) in various ICT investment programs and the announcement of ..."
BMI View: The Swedish IT market benefits from its strong local development of ICT companies, worldleading
telecoms infrastructure and highly advanced economy. This evidenced by the performance of
companies such as Zenterio, which is planning an IPO in 2015. Strong pri ..."