2022 Taiwan Manufacturing IT Spending Survey: IT Budgets Continue to Rise, Driving Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com


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Thanks to rapid advances in information and communications technology, businesses around the world have adopted a wide variety of hardware, software and services to support day-to-day business operations and have planned to increase their IT expenditures (computing technologies). information) in 2022. They continue to increase IT budgets to more effectively integrate existing systems and resources, reducing operating costs and improving overall productivity.

This survey was conducted in late 2021 to present estimates of IT spending in five major sectors in Taiwan, including manufacturing, construction, finance, commodities (retail and wholesale), and healthcare. Hundreds of IT companies in Taiwan answered a series of questions about their IT spending habits, habits and plans.

This report consolidates survey data on IT spending, enterprise software solution spending, cloud spending, smart factory spending, and information security spending in the manufacturing industry; analyzes the above expenditures in four sub-sectors of the manufacturing industry, including livelihoods, chemicals, metallurgy and machinery, and information and electronics; provide spending forecasts for 2022 to help stakeholders better understand the evolution of IT spending for the Taiwanese manufacturing industry as a whole.

Main topics covered:

1. Statement of IT expenses

2. Summary: IT Spending

2.1 The average IT workforce in manufacturing is expected to grow by 4.1% in 2022 to 8.6 people

2.2 Average IT spending in manufacturing is expected to increase by 8.3% in 2022 to reach USD 357,903

2.3 IT spending in manufacturing is US$783.5 million in 2021

3. Spending on Enterprise Software Solutions in Manufacturing

3.1 Adoption of enterprise software solutions

3.2 Trend of enterprise software solution spending in 2022

4. Summary: Spending on enterprise software solutions

4.1 HRM and FMS systems 80% adoption rate

4.2 Spending on enterprise software solutions in next 2 years to focus on MES

5. Cloud Spending in Manufacturing

5.1 General Sample Analysis

5.2 Sample Analysis by Sub-Industry

6. The state of cloud adoption

7. Summary: Cloud Spending

7.1 Spending on private clouds slightly higher than spending on public clouds

7.2 Private clouds and hybrid clouds take a bigger slice of the pie

7.3 Azure/AWS/GCP and CHT lead in public cloud adoption

8. Key Factors Affecting Cloud Adoption

9. Cloud Adoption Intent

10. Summary: Cloud Adoption Intent

10.1 Operational management as the main reason for cloud adoption

10.2 Information security and maintenance costs as major concerns

10.3 Cloud-Based Video Conferencing, Data Storage and Information Security Drive Cloud Adoption

11. Smart Factory Expenditure Statement

12. Adopting smart factory

13. Summary: Adopting the smart factory

13.1 Smart Factory Spending Expected to Grow Nearly 10% Annually in 2022

13.2 Nearly 60% of companies opt for outsourced smart factory development in the information and electronics sub-sector

13.3 Data Analytics Holds Largest Share of Smart Factory Technology

13.4 Difficulty recruiting and training talent as the most pain point of adopting smart factory

15. Expenses for Information Security and IT Labor

16. CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) Staffing Status

17. Expenditure on information security

18. Information Security Solution Adoption Analysis

19. Summary: Information Security Spending

19.1 Most information security personnel are concurrently served by IT personnel with less than 10% having a CISO in place

19.2 Information and Electronics Sub-industry and Livelihoods Sub-industry Spend More on Information Security

19.3 The adoption rate of information security solutions is expected to grow significantly over the next two years

20. Appendix

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