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To stay competitive and maximize return on investment (ROI), organizations must keep pace with the latest information technology research. IT research related to IT trends and the IT workforce provides valuable insight into what issues are impacting the industry and helps to better inform strategic business decisions.


RESEARCH WE DO | TEKsystems partners with 6,000 clients annually and speaks with over 100,000 IT professionals every week. We gather insights on hot IT industry trends and topics as well as the IT professionals who lead, support and execute them.

How do we conduct our research?

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    TEKsystems' IT Forecast Surveys

    We survey IT leaders to gain insight into how industry trends will impact their IT budgets, IT hiring and top initiatives for the coming year.
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    TEKsystems' IT Management Surveys

    We regularly conduct research with IT employers and IT employees to offer advice on how to optimize how organizations attract, develop and retain great IT people.

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    TEKsystems' Internal Data and Third Party Sources

    We leverage our proprietary data and third party sources to report on trends in IT spending, IT projects, workforce supply and demand, hot IT skills, and compensation.
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    TEKsystems' IT Leadership Councils

    We facilitate focus groups and councils with IT decision makers to discuss the trends and challenges impacting their businesses.
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    Co-Sponsored IT Trends

    We regularly partner with industry organizations, media publications and other research firms to gather intelligence on IT-related issues and services.
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    TEKsystems' IT Buyer Satisfaction Surveys

    We survey buyers of IT staffing and IT services to understand their satisfaction with their vendor relationships and areas of improvement.

Featured Research: We are known for what we know!

  • TEKsystems’ Annual IT Forecast for 2016
    Now in its fourth year, the IT Forecast indicates a continued trend of decreased spending expectations within centralized IT functions. Coming out of the economic downturn, IT leaders expected increasing budgets and spending in 2014. Going into 2016, the picture has changed significantly, with fewer IT leaders expecting growth for...
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  • Are you doing all you can to engage and retain your employees?
    Imagine you’re an IT manager sitting at your desk one Friday when one of your best applications developers comes into your office. “We need to talk,” she says. “I’m giving my two weeks’ notice.” After she leaves, you put your head in your hands and wonder what your next steps will be—and how to prevent this from happening again. Your...
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  • Exploring the IT Skills Gap
    Whether you’re looking to fill critical positions at your organization or searching for the next big opportunity to propel your career, the hiring and job search processes can be overwhelming. This is especially true in IT, as rapid changes in technology lead to constant demand—and constant opportunity. Yet, hiring managers often...
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