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Japan IT Budget & Spending Trends 2016

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Japan IT Budget & Spending Trends 2016
Published: April 12, 2016 Content info: 231 Pages
Description

ITR began surveying the Japanese market in 2001. This year marks the 15th year of this survey, which is fixed-point observation of Japanese corporation's IT budget and spending in FY2015, as well as what directions they will move in FY2016. New analysis was added to this survey-for which valid responses from 2,443 companies-including spending trends of 100 items on application and product/services.

This report will give detailed trends of Japanese companies for each of the various segments.

This is an essential and effective marketing tool to understanding the Japanese market.

  • By Number of Employees; Large company, Medium-sized company, SME
  • By Industry; Manufacturing, Construction / real estate, Wholesale / retail, Finance / insurance, Information & communications, Service, Public
  • Including Analyst's Overview
  • Including transition over the past 14 years
  • Having More than 150 charts/figures

Survey Outline

  • Surveyed in September, 2015
  • Target: Officers/decision makers of the IT strategies and spending of ITR client companies and ITR's proprietary web panels in Japan
  • Number of Valid Responses: 2,443

Highlight

  • Finance industry had the highest IT budget ratio over sales of 8.6%, followed by Information & communications.
  • Information Security cost, Disaster control cost, IT internal control cost hit the highest in the last five years.
  • Willingness to investment in cloud and mobile areas further accelerates in 2016.

Contents

  • IT Budget and New Spending Trend
  • Risk Management Cost Trends
  • Application and Product/Service Spending Trends
  • Global IT Budget and Spending
  • IT Strategy and Notable Trends
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Survey Outline

  • 1.1. Survey outline
  • 1.2. Profiles of respondent companies
  • 1.3. Department and Title of Respondents
  • 1.4. Recognition of business situation by respondent companies
  • 1.5. Position of respondent companies in the industry
  • 1.6. Note on the data

Chapter 2: Executive Summary

  • 2.1. Steady growth of IT spending
    • 2.1.1. Steady growth of IT spending
    • 2.1.2. Limited IT spending for “growth”
    • 2.1.3. Risk management cost further increased
  • 2.2. Important IT trends in FY2016
    • 2.2.1. “Compliance with ‘My Number' System” ranked high in priority
  • 2.3. Willingness to spend on technologies
    • 2.3.1. Growing willingness to spend on cloud and mobile
  • 2.4. General comment

Chapter 3: IT Budget Trend

  • 3.1. IT budget abundance trend
    • 3.1.1. IT budget abundance trend
    • 3.1.2. IT Budget Abundance Index
    • 3.1.3. IT budget abundance and IT budget abundance index by sales volume
    • 3.1.4. IT budget abundance and IT budget abundance index by Industry
    • 3.1.5. IT Budget Abundance by recognition of business situation
    • 3.1.6. IT budget abundance by industry position
    • 3.1.7. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 3.2. IT budget ratio of companies
    • 3.2.1. IT budget distribution
    • 3.2.2. IT budget ratio over sales
    • 3.2.3. IT budget ratio by industry
    • 3.2.4. IT budget ratio by number of employees
    • 3.2.5. IT budget ratio by recognition of business situation
    • 3.2.6. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 3.3. Overseas expansion situation and IT budget trend
    • 3.3.1. Overseas sites establishment situation
    • 3.3.2. Overseas sites establishment situation by sales volume
    • 3.3.3. Overseas sites establishment situation by industry
    • 3.3.4. Overseas sites establishment situation by number of employees
    • 3.3.5. IT budget abundance trend by overseas sites establishment situation
    • 3.3.6. IT budget ratio by overseas sites establishment situation
    • 3.3.7. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 3.4. Global IT budget
    • 3.4.1. Understanding of global IT budget
    • 3.4.2. Global IT budget allocation by region
    • 3.4.3. Global IT budget allocation by region (manufacturing and non-manufacturing)
    • 3.4.4. Global IT budget allocation by region by overseas sales ratio
    • 3.4.5. ITR's insight and analysis

Chapter 4: IT Budget and Spending Strategy

  • 4.1. New IT spending
    • 4.1.1. New investment ratio over IT budget
    • 4.1.2. New investment ratio over IT budget by sales volume
    • 4.1.3. New investment ratio over IT budget by industry
    • 4.1.4. New investment ratio over IT budget by recognition of business situation
    • 4.1.5. New investment ratio by overseas sites establishment situation
    • 4.1.6. New investment ratio by industry position
    • 4.1.7. Yearly transition of regular costs and new investment ratios over sales volume
    • 4.1.8. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 4.2. New investment ratio by purpose
    • 4.2.1. New investment ratio by purpose
    • 4.2.2. New investment ratio by purpose by sales volume
    • 4.2.3. New investment ratio by purpose by industry
    • 4.2.4. New investment ratio by purpose by recognition of business situation
    • 4.2.5. New investment ratio by purpose by industry position
    • 4.2.6. ITR's insight and analysis

Chapter 5: Risk Management Cost Trend

  • 5.1. IT spending for risk management
    • 5.1.1. Risk management cost ratio of total IT budget
  • 5.2. Information security management cost trend
    • 5.2.1. Information security management cost ratio by sales volume
    • 5.2.2. Information security management cost ratio by industry
    • 5.2.3. Information security management cost ratio by number of employees
    • 5.2.4. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 5.3. Disaster control cost trend
    • 5.3.1. Disaster control cost ratio by sales volume
    • 5.3.2. Disaster control cost ratio by industry
    • 5.3.3. Disaster control cost ratio by number of employees
    • 5.3.4. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 5.4. IT internal control cost trend
    • 5.4.1. IT internal control cost ratio by sales volume
    • 5.4.2. IT internal control cost ratio by industry
    • 5.4.3. IT internal control cost ratio by number of employees
    • 5.4.4. ITR's insight and analysis

Chapter 6: IT Strategy and Notable Trends

  • 6.1. Important issues for IT strategy in FY2016.
    • 6.1.1. Most important issues for IT strategy in FY2016.
    • 6.1.2. Transition of the ranking toward FY2016
    • 6.1.3. Most important issues for IT strategy in FY2016 (by weighted points)
    • 6.1.4. Important issues for IT strategy in FY2016 by industry / number of employees
    • 6.1.5. Important issues for IT strategy in FY2016 by recognition of business situation
    • 6.1.6. ITR's insight and analysis
  • 6.2. Priority of major IT trend items and execution status
    • 6.2.1. Priority of major IT trend items
    • 6.2.2. Priority of major IT trend items by industry and number of employees
    • 6.2.3. Major IT trend items execution status
    • 6.2.4. Yearly transition of major IT trend items execution status
    • 6.2.5. Relation between priority and execution status
    • 6.2.6. ITR's insight and analysis

Chapter 7: Product / Service Spending Trends

  • 7.1. Willingness to spend on products / services(total)
    • 7.1.1. Overall willingness to spend on products / services
  • 7.2. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device
    • 7.2.1. Overall willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device
    • 7.2.2. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device by industry
    • 7.2.3. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device by number of employees
  • 7.3. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware
    • 7.3.1. Overall willingness to spend on OS / middleware
    • 7.3.2. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware by industry
    • 7.3.3. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware by number of employees
  • 7.4. Willingness to spend on Application
    • 7.4.1. Overall willingness to spend on Application
    • 7.4.2. Willingness to spend on Application by industry
    • 7.4.3. Willingness to spend on Application by number of employees
  • 7.5. Willingness to spend on Security / service
    • 7.5.1. Overall willingness to spend on Security / service
    • 7.5.2. Willingness to spend on Security / service by industry
    • 7.5.3. Willingness to spend on Security / service by number of employees
    • 7.5.4. ITR's insight and analysis
  • Survey form

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1-1. Respondent companies by sales volume
  • Figure 1-2. Respondent companies by number of employees
  • Figure 1-3. Respondent companies by industry
  • Figure 1-4. Number of employees of respondent companies by industry
  • Figure 1-5. Departments of respondents
  • Figure 1-6. Titles of respondents
  • Figure 1-7. Recognition of business situation by respondent companies
  • Figure 1-8. Recognition of business situation by respondent companies by sales volume
  • Figure 1-9. Recognition of business situation by respondent companies by number of employees
  • Figure 1-10. Recognition of business situation by respondent companies by Industry
  • Figure 1-11. Position of respondent companies
  • Figure 1-12. Position of respondent companies by industry
  • Figure 1-13. Position of respondent companies by number of employees
  • Figure 2-1. Yearly transition of IT budget abundance (FY2014~FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 2-2. Yearly transition of IT spending abundance index (FY2001~FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 2-3. Yearly transition of new investment ratio over IT spending
  • Figure 2-4. Spending ratio of new investment by purpose
  • Figure 2-5. Yearly transition of risk management cost ratio over IT budget (FY2011~FY2015)
  • Figure 2-6. Transition of priority-index and execution rate of major IT trend items
  • Figure 2-7. Willingness to spend on products / services (Infrastructure / device)
  • Figure 3-1. IT budget abundance in FY2015
  • Figure 3-2. Yearly transition of IT budget abundance (FY2001 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-3. IT budget abundance (FY2015 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-4. IT budget abundance expectation in FY2016 based on IT budget abundance in FY2015
  • Figure 3-5. IT budget abundance index (FY2001 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-6. IT budget abundance by sales volume (FY2015 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-7. Transition of IT budget abundance index by sales volume (FY2015 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-8. IT budget abundance by sales volume (FY2015 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-9. Transition of IT budget abundance index by industry (FY2015 - FY2016 estimates)
  • Figure 3-10. IT budget abundance in FY2015 by recognition of business situation
  • Figure 3-11. IT budget abundance expectation in FY2016 by recognition of business situation
  • Figure 3-12. IT budget abundance in FY2015 by industry position
  • Figure 3-13. IT budget abundance expectation in FY2016 by industry position
  • Figure 3-14. IT budget distribution (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-15. IT budget distribution by sales volume (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-16. IT budget distribution by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-17. IT budget distribution by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-18. Transition of IT budget ratio over sales (FY2001 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-19. IT budget ratio over sales by sales volume (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-20. IT budget ratio distribution by sales (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-21. Transition of IT budget ratio by sales volume (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-22. IT budget ratio by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-23. IT budget ratio distribution by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-24. Transition of IT budget ratio by industry (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-25. IT budget ratio by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-26. IT budget ratio distribution by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-27. Transition of IT budget ratio by number of employees (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-28. IT budget ratio by recognition of business situation (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-29. IT budget ratio distribution by recognition of business (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-30. Overseas sites establish situation of respondent companies
  • Figure 3-31. Transition of overseas sites establishment situation by respondent companies (FY2013 - 2015)
  • Figure 3-32. Overseas sites establishment situation by sales volume
  • Figure 3-33. Overseas sites establishment situation by industry
  • Figure 3-34. Overseas sites establishment situation by number of employees
  • Figure 3-35. IT budget abundance by overseas sites establishment situation (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-36. IT budget abundance by overseas sites establishment situation (FY2016 estimate)
  • Figure 3-37. IT budget ratio by overseas sites establishment situation (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-38. IT budget ratio distribution by overseas sites establishment situation (FY2015)
  • Figure 3-39. Understanding of regional allocation of global IT budget
  • Figure 3-40. Yearly transition of global IT budget allocation by region (Average FY2012 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-41. Yearly transition of global IT budget allocation by region by manufacturing industry (Average FY2012 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-42. Yearly transition of global IT budget allocation by region by non-manufacturing industry (Average FY2012 - FY2015)
  • Figure 3-43. Global IT budget allocation by region by overseas sales ratio (average)
  • Figure 4-1. Distribution of new investment ratio over IT budget (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-2. Yearly transition of new investment ratio over IT budget (Average FY2002~FY2015)
  • Figure 4-3. New investment ratio and regular costs by sales volume (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-4. New investment ratio distribution by sales volume (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-5. Yearly transition of new investment ratio by sales volume (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 4-6. New investment and regular costs by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-7. New investment ratio distribution by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-8. Yearly transition of new investment ratio by industry (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 4-9. New investment ratio and regular costs by recognition of business (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-10. New investment ratio by overseas sites establishment situation (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-11. New investment ratio by industry position (FY2015)
  • Figure 4-12. Yearly transition of IT budget (regular costs and new investment ratios) over sales volume (FY2001 - FY2015)
  • Figure 4-13. New investment ratio by purpose
  • Figure 4-14. New investment ratio by purpose by sales volume (average)
  • Figure 4-15. New investment ratio by purpose by industry (average)
  • Figure 4-16. New investment ratio by purpose by recognition of business situation (average)
  • Figure 4-17. New investment ratio by purpose by industry position (average)
  • Figure 5-1. Information security / Disaster control / IT internal control cost ratios over IT budget (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-2. Information security management cost ratio over IT budget by sales volume (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-3. Distribution of information security management cost ratio over IT budget (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-4. Information security management cost ratio over IT budget by industry (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-5. Distribution of information security management cost ratio over IT budget by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-6. Information security management cost ratio by number of employees (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-7. Distribution of information security management cost ratio by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-8. Disaster control cost ratio over IT budget by sales volume (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-9. Distribution of disaster control cost ratio over IT budget (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-10. Disaster control cost ratio over IT budget by industry (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-11. Distribution of disaster control cost ratios over IT budget by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-12. Disaster control cost ratio by number of employees (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-13. Distribution of disaster control cost ratios by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-14. IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by sales volume (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-15. Distribution of IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by sales volume(FY2015)
  • Figure 5-16. IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by industry (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-17. Distribution of IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by industry (FY2015)
  • Figure 5-18. IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by number of employees (FY2011 - FY2015)
  • Figure 5-19. Distribution of IT internal control cost ratio over IT budget by number of employees (FY2015)
  • Figure 6-1. Most important issues for IT strategy in FY2016 (select rate of No.1)
  • Figure 6-2. Transition of the most important issues for IT strategy for the next year (select rate of No.1 FY2015~FY2016)
  • Figure 6-3. Important issues for IT strategy in FY2016
  • Figure 6-4. Ranking of issues in FY2016 by industry (ratios by weighted point)
  • Figure 6-5. Ranking of issues in FY2016 by number of employees (ratios by weighted point)
  • Figure 6-6. Ranking of issues in FY2016 by recognition of business situation (ratios by weighted point)
  • Figure 6-7. Priority of major IT trend items (distribution)
  • Figure 6-8. Priority of major IT trend items (index)
  • Figure 6-9. Priority-index of major IT trend items by industry
  • Figure 6-10. Priority-index of major IT trend items by number of employees
  • Figure 6-11. Major IT trend items execution status
  • Figure 6-12. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.1~2)
  • Figure 6-13. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.4~5)
  • Figure 6-14. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.8~10)
  • Figure 6-15. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.11~13)
  • Figure 6-16. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.14~16)
  • Figure 6-17. Yearly transition of IT trend items execution status (Priority: No.17~18, 20)
  • Figure 6-18. Transition of major IT trend items execution and growth rates (present~in 3 years)
  • Figure 6-19. Priority-index and execution rate of major IT trend items (present and FY2018)
  • Figure 7-1. Willingness to spend on products / services (FY2015~FY2016)
  • Figure 7-2. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device (distribution)
  • Figure 7-3. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device (plot)
  • Figure 7-4. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device in “Manufacturing” (plot)
  • Figure 7-5. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device in “Construction /real estate”(plot)
  • Figure 7-6. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device in “Wholesale / retail” (plot)
  • Figure 7-7. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device for “Finance / insurance” (plot)
  • Figure 7-8. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device “Information & communications” (plot)
  • Figure 7-9. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device in “Service” (plot)
  • Figure 7-10. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device in “Public” (plot)
  • Figure 7-11. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device by Large companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-12. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device by Medium-sized companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-13. Willingness to spend on Infrastructure / device by SMEs (plot)
  • Figure 7-14. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware (distribution)
  • Figure 7-15. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware (plot)
  • Figure 7-16. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Manufacturing” (plot)
  • Figure 7-17. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Construction / real estate” (plot)
  • Figure 7-18. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Wholesale / retail” (plot)
  • Figure 7-19. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Finance / insurance” (plot)
  • Figure 7-20. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Information & communication” (plot)
  • Figure 7-21. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Service” (plot)
  • Figure 7-22. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware in “Public” (plot)
  • Figure 7-23. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware by Large companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-24. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware by Medium-sized companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-25. Willingness to spend on OS / middleware by SMEs (plot)
  • Figure 7-26. Willingness to spend on Application (distribution)
  • Figure 7-27. Willingness to spend on Application (plot)
  • Figure 7-28. Willingness to spend on Application in Manufacturing (plot)
  • Figure 7-29. Willingness to spend on Application in Construction / real estate (plot)
  • Figure 7-30. Willingness to spend on Application in Wholesale / retail (plot)
  • Figure 7-31. Willingness to spend on Application in Finance / insurance (plot)
  • Figure 7-32. Willingness to spend on Application in Information & communications (plot)
  • Figure 7-33. Willingness to spend on Application in Service (plot)
  • Figure 7-34. Willingness to spend on Application in Public (plot)
  • Figure 7-35. Willingness to spend on Application by Large companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-36. Willingness to spend on Application by Medium-sized companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-37. Willingness to spend on Application by SMEs (plot)
  • Figure 7-38. Willingness to spend on Security / service (distribution)
  • Figure 7-39. Willingness to spend on Security / service (plot)
  • Figure 7-40. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Manufacturing (plot)
  • Figure 7-41. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Construction / real estate (plot)
  • Figure 7-42. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Wholesale / retail (plot)
  • Figure 7-43. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Finance / insurance (plot)
  • Figure 7-44. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Information & communications (plot)
  • Figure 7-45. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Service (plot)
  • Figure 7-46. Willingness to spend on Security / service in Public (plot)
  • Figure 7-47. Willingness to spend on Security / service by Large companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-48. Willingness to spend on Security / service by Medium-sized companies (plot)
  • Figure 7-49. Willingness to spend on Security / service by SMEs (plot)
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