BITKOM

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BITKOMBundesverband Informationswirtschaft Telekommunikation Und Neue Medien Ev (German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media)
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According to Bitkom, the software market continued to enjoy strong growth in 2018, with forecast volume of EUR 24.4 billion making it the single most in-demand segment in the IT sector.
"The share of returns is extremely high and rising steadily, especially in certain sectors, like the fashion industry," says Julia Miosga, who heads Bitkom's trade and logistics department.
"The IT industry is much more optimistic than the overall economy," said BITKOM president Prof.
BITKOM reported in 2012 that as many as 21% of German companies were planning to introduce a private cloud.
Cloud client computing specialist Wyse Technology announced on Monday that it will showcase its thin, zero and mobile client solutions as well as its mobile cloud, management and virtualisation software in the BITKOM pavilion at CeBIT on 6-10 March 2012 in Hanover, Germany.
22 November 2011 - German suppliers of IT technology, telecommunications and consumer electronics see a higher sector revenue of EUR148bn (USD200.55bn) in 2012, from an expected EUR145bn in 2011, Germany's high-tech association Bitkom reported today citing a survey.
According to BITKOM, the German industry association for IT, telecoms and new media, one out of every two drivers in Germany would already like internet-access in their car.
BITKOM estimates the sector will grow from 1.1 billion Euros ($1.5 billion) in 2010 to 8.2 billion Euros in 2015.
The statement said, "the CeBIT organizer, Deutsche Messe, and BITKOM have maintained close relations with Turkish companies and institutions for many years.
Fujitsu takes an active lead in Green ICT initiatives around the world - with representation on all significant working groups on carbon reduction, including the Green Grid, the European Union initiative ICT4EE, Climate Savers Computing Initiative, the Copenhagen Communique on Climate Change, the Japan Climate Leaders' Partnership (Japan-CLP), EPEAT, Energy Star, Blue Angel, Nordic Swan and the German BITKOM Green IT Alliance.