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Software is eating the world. The figures to support this are quite compelling. In this presentation, we present 21 compelling facts, figures, and stats about the software development industry. These ...

Software is eating the world. The figures to support this are quite compelling. In this presentation, we present 21 compelling facts, figures, and stats about the software development industry. These are focused on 4 categories: the software market, software developers, software problems and custom software. We provide answers to questions such as:

- What is the global IT spend?
- What is the global software spend?
- How fast is the software as a service (SaaS) market growing?
- What percentage of venture capital investments are in software companies?
- How many developers are there in the world? How many Java developers?
- What percentage of (large) software projects run over time and budget?
- What is the growth rate of software productivity?
- What percent of software spend is on custom software?
- What is the average annual custom software spend by large UK financial services companies?
- What percentage of companies spend more than half of their software budget on customer software?
- And more.

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  • *A study by project management consulting company, PM Solutions, identifies top causes of IT failure. The report, called Strategies for Project Recovery ,covers 163 companies roughly split between small, medium, and large organizations. On average, respondents manage $200 million in projects each year, of which approximately 37 percent are "at risk." The average company in the study therefore faces $74 million of "at risk" projects each year. - Photo by iStock
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  • Photo by Pierre Guinoiseau *These unpredictable high-impact events—“black swans” in popular risk parlance— occur significantly more often than would be expected under a normal distribution. Large IT projects that turn into black swans are defined as those with budget overruns of more than 200 percent (and up to 400 percent at the extreme end of the spectrum).
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  • www.intelliware.com 1. Forrester: $2.1 Trillion Will Go Into IT Spend In 2013; Apps And The U.S. Lead The Charge, Techcrunch, 2013. 2. Forrester: $2.1 Trillion Will Go Into IT Spend In 2013; Apps And The U.S. Lead The Charge, Techcrunch, 2013. 3. The Software Report 2013, Oxford Intelligence, 2013. 4. Global Software 100 Leaders, PwC, 2013. 5. Software Eating The World: Facts & Figures, Forbes, 2011. 6. Statistics, Institute of Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances. 7. Computer Software Report Summary, Hoovers. 8. Oracle certification, Oracle. 9. How many Java developers are there in the world?, Plumbr, 2012. 10. Two Truths and a Lie: Software development in 2020. Forrester citing U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2012. 11. Global Developer Population and Demographic Study 2013 v. 1, Evans Data Corporation. 2013. 12. Global Software Developer Population to Increase to 20M by 2015 – Strong Growth Seen in Asia, Evan Data Corporation via PRWeb. 2011 13. Strategies for Project Recovery, PM Solutions. 2011 14. Delivering large-scale IT projects on time, on budget, and on value, McKinsey & Company. 2012. 15. Delivering large-scale IT projects on time, on budget, and on value, McKinsey & Company. 2012. 16. Up to 75% of Business and IT Executives Anticipate Their Software Projects Will Fail. Geneca. 2011. 17. Applied Software Measurement, Caper Jones, found via Allan Kelly, 2008. 18. Thirty-Nine Percent of Software Developers Say a Government Agency is Tracking Their Data. Evans Data Corporation. 2013. 19. HealthCare.gov cost $174M -- so far. Healthcare IT News. 2013. 20. Forrester Databyte: Spending on Custom Software in 2010. Forrester. 2010. 21. Computer Weekly Data Bank, Daily IT charts. Computer Weekly. 2013. 22. IT & Telecom Spend - 80 Industry Sectors, KEW Associates. 23. Forrester Databyte: Spending on Custom Software in 2010. Forrester. 2010. 28
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