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Průmysl informačních technologií v České republice Günther Krumpak ITBeurope Kick Off ITnT Prague 2008 Kongresový centrum, Photo: Sony Building, Prague, Czech Republic
Geography Size: km2 Population: 10, Capital: Prague 1, Brno Ostrava Plzeň Olomouc Liberec Č. Budějovice Hradec Králové Ústí nad Labem Pardubice
Economy *2006 GDP (bill. ) 73,9080,184,694,1101,9 GDP/capita () Economic growth real 2,0%3,7%3,8% Inflation rate 1,8%0,1% 2,8%2,5%2,8% Unemploy ment 7,3%9,9%10,2&9,9%9,7% * Forecast Sources: EU Commission, EUROSTAT, OECD, WIIW, IMF, ILO, Raiffeisen Group Research GDP sources (%) 2006: Industry 29,3; Trade, tourism, transport 21,8; Construction 6,0; Finance, other businesses 15,2; Agriculture 2,4; Other 25,3
Location Well known for its industry, little known for its ICT performance (Like Austria) International ranking as outsourcing destination: world wide 4th Rank according to A.T. Kearney Has been very asked for as a location for services & production Prague competing Vienna. Difference: Vienna – CEE regional management; Prague, Brno - R&D, production More than 80% of FDI from EU15.
FDI Recent ICT investments 2006 und 2007: Majority US Microsoft: Development Center for Mobile Technologies Skype: Application Development Center CSC: IT Center for European Clients Red Hat: Software Development Center SUN Microsystems Monster Technologies LogicaCMG IBA Group Honeywell Older investments: Computer Associates, Hewlett Packard, TietoEnator, SAP, Hitachi Data Systems Supported by CzechInvest and EU-Funding
ICT-Output (Domestic + export) 2005, comparison: North America 28% Europe 32% ~ 620 bn Germany 6.9 % ~ 132 bn Austria ~ 30 bn CEE ~ 60 bn Poland~ 15 bn Czech Republic~ 8 bn (Multis 34%, domestic 66%) ICT market growth ,7% (IDC & al.) Expenses move from Hardware 47,0% 42,3% towards SW+Services34,5% 36,4%, packaged SW 18,3% 21,4%
Statistics The Czech Republic is one of the most advanced markets for software and IT-Services in CEE Markets for software and IT services/GDP comparable to Western neighbours: 1,8% of GDP 2003 Compared to Germany (2,0%) or Austria (1,5%). IT-expenses rising to average EU-15 (Eurostat): 325 /capita/year = considerably more than in SR (232 ) or Poland (163 ) CR 2004: 2,9 bill. for IT ( telecom), Forecast for 2008: 4,4 bill. Sources: PAC Pierre Audoin Consultants, Eurostat, ITBeurope
Software IDC: Market for SW until 2012 Ø +9% p.a., Sales + 1,5 Mrd new Jobs Visibility : In March 2007 Microsoft CR awarded most successful branch worldwide out of 103 national MS offices. Upcoming local industry: Mobile applications, mobile business Kvados Vero Partners Googgi Compelson Interesting ERP market. SAP dominating with $77.60 million, but small local providers compete with good ideas: K2 atmitec LCS IT-Security: Grisoft Kerio AEC
Telecom IP Telephony + Call Center Boom No. of call centers in Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia) expected to rise from 4,400 in 2004 to some 13,700 by 2008 New technologies - Zoom International - Anect (2004 Entrepreneur of the Year)www.zoom-int.czwww.anect.cz Logistics/Telematics - Aimtec specialised solutions in the areas of ERP, warehouse management and logistics systems in the vertical automotive market. - GCware (GIS, LBS), - Princip (Telematics)www.aimtec.czwww.gcware.czwww.princip.cz
Hardware Electronic industry shows dynamic development: Mainly due to FDI: 2005 almost 2,5 bill. Revenues move from traditional high voltage technologies towards: Metering & steering technologies LCD and Plasma screens Other ICT Hardware. Green grass investments since 2000 : Hitachi (invested US$ 102 mill.; 2006 one of largest FDIs in production. Hon Hai Precision Industry (FOXCONN), First International Computer Celestica HW Export > 50% of all high tech exports: 2006 computer und office technolgies > 5,8 bill., constantly rising. Major export destinations: NL, D, F, UK
Internet DSLCable Fibre/LA N OtherTotal Rank Total Subscribers Denmark Nether- lands Austria Czech Republic* * ** The OECD statistics for the "Other Broadband" category of the Czech Republic include a large number of fixed wireless broadband connections provided over mobile networks. Broadband subscriptions over 3G networks are not included for other countries but an exception was made for the Czech Republic because the connections make use of "fixed" equipment in homes and offer speeds greater than 256 kbit/s to individual users. The Czech market is particular due to the high number of these wireless broadband connections as a percentage of total connectivity. It is important to note that there is continuing debate in international circles as to whether this type of wireless connection should be included in international broadband comparisons. The OECD will begin to collect a separate category of wireless/portable broadband in the future.
E-Biz High potential for e-commerce: % to ~ 540 mill. (CZK 15 bill.) Market leader Internet Mall: Revenues +30% in 01-02/2007(!), customers almost +50% Czech internet shopping-Survey by GfK Prague 2006 : Entire e-Biz market 3 mill. customers. 85% of internet users familiar with e-Commerce.
Specials & Research IT for Nano Technologies: Elmarco Conference: Nanotechnologies in FP7 International meeting on Nanotechnologies and Nanosciences in FP7 20th September 2006, Brno, Czech Republic Bio Informatics Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Conference: 1st IMACS International Conference on Computational Biomechanics and Biology ICCBB 2007 September , 2007, Plzen, Czech Republic, IT for Energy Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic e.g. Natural Gas Consumption Forecastingwww.cs.cas.cz
On ITBeurope ITBeurope is A network of European ICT associations Focussing on Central and Eastern Europe, Supporting small and medium sized enterprises in ICT and ICT related areas. ITBeurope helps with Export, International partner search, Market information and Technology transfer.
Velmi děkuji za Vaši pozornost! Günther Krumpak ITBeurope