U.S. is expected to take over as biggest tech-revenue driver, execs say

06/30/2011 | Computerworld · CIOUpdate.com · Bloomberg

The U.S. is expected to lead the world in technology revenues in 2011, surpassing China and India, according to a survey of 102 senior tech executives by KPMG. The respondents said they think merger-and-acquisition activity will continue to reshape the sector, with about 80% saying that their companies will likely be involved in some kind of deal in the next two years. Yet the executives say it will take another two years before the industry has fully recovered from the global recession, and about half of those surveyed said they plan to increase their workforce during the next year.

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