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Mark Peters : June 20th 2017 - 11:24 CET

Top 100 technology companies announced by Gartner


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GartnerTop 100 largest technology companies presented by Gartner : Gartner, world’s leading research and advisory company, unveiled the top global 100 vendors in IT in 2016 based on their revenue across IT (excluding communication services) and component market segments. In the Gartner Global Top 100: IT vendors, Apple was the largest vendor with more than $218 billion in IT revenue - approximately $79 billion larger than the number two vendor, Samsung. Gartner analysts presented these findings during the Gartner Tech Growth & Innovation Conference which runs from 19-21 June 2017 in Huntington Beach, California. For the first time, Gartner has published a ranking of the top 100 largest tech companies in the world based on estimates for their revenue across IT and component market segments.
Global Top 100 technology companies

Global Top 100 technology companies
Technology business leaders can use the Gartner Global Top 100: IT to benchmark competitive performance against a shift from the Nexus of Forces (the convergence of social, mobility, cloud and information that drive new business scenarios) to digital business as the driver of IT purchasing.

The top three vendors (Apple, Samsung and Google) can attribute much of their size to their solid alignment with the Nexus of Forces. Microsoft was a large and influential company when the Nexus of Forces began, having grown to market leadership during the web and e-business phase, and has managed to pivot to remain relevant.

IBM gained its size and market dominance in the very earliest IT markets when servers, storage and consulting services dominated. The need for these devices and services, along with mobile phones and Personal Computers will remain - cloud will underpin all digital business initiatives - but they will become more commoditized and less of a driver for new projects and spending.

Data for all 100 technology vendors in the Gartner Global Top 100 can be found on Gartner's Vendor Revenue Profile portal. This interactive tool can be used to perform dynamic comparisons between vendor revenue across Gartner market segments to gain additional insight into the competitive landscape within various market segments and into the sources of revenue across a vendor's product portfolio.

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"The needs of IT buyers are shifting. CEOs are focused on growth and are more focused on realizing business outcomes from their IT spend," said John-David Lovelock, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner. "The Nexus of Forces has been the focus of attention for many years, however, the impact of digital business is giving rise to new categories."




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