WITSA

AcronymDefinition
WITSAWorld Information Technology and Services Alliance
WITSAWriters in the Schools Alliance (est. 2005)
WITSAWaiariki Institute of Technology Student Association (New Zealand)
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WITSA is the most comprehensive and influential entity representing the information and communication technology (ICT) and services industry in the world.
According to WITSA, global ICT spending totalled US$3.8 trillion in 2008, a figure that technology research house Gartner Inc.
The WITSA head said over 140 Turkish citizens were currently employed in the World Bank and the IMF which together had a staff of 12 thousand people.
Vienna , June 4, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) joined the Strategy Council of the Global Alliance for ICT and Development of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA-GAID) for a two-year term ending in April 2011.
While the Middle East ICT spend is predicted to rise to more than $95 billion in the next three years, the global marketplace will top $4 trillion by 2011, according to separate reports released by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) and Global Insight Company.
A Cobb Douglas production function is estimated by applying the random effect panel data estimator and utilizing ICT data from the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA), covering a sample of 43 developed and developing countries, in the 1993-2001 period.
WITSA is a consortium of 67 information technology (IT) industry associations from around the world, representing 90% of the world IT market.
World Information and Technology Services Alliance (WITSA).
Australia's telecommunications and IT market has grown to become one of the biggest in Asia and the tenth largest in the world according to WITSA Digital Planet 2002.
More importantly, it is helping countries and companies of all sizes reach their strategic goals (World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA 1998)).
"Digital Planet 2000: The Global Information Economy" is a 75-page study produced by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) using data provided by market research leader International Data Corporation (IDC).