Top ICT spenders in the Australian Utilities Sector; Estimated ICT budget breakdowns in 2015

Top ICT spenders in the Australian Utilities Sector; Estimated ICT budget breakdowns in 2015

Code: KAB-KG1284DB | Published: Oct-2015 | Pages: 55 | Kable
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Top ICT spenders in the Australian Utilities Sector presents the output from Kable's ICT spend prediction statistical model, a log-linear regression model that provides ICT spending predictions based on a company's demographic profile. The statistical model has been developed using an extensive collection of survey and interview data that Kable has conducted with ICT decision makers on their IT spending, as well as the insight of our analyst team.

Key Findings
Top ICT spenders in the Australian Utilities Sector illustrates how Kable expects the top ICT spenders in the Australian utilities sector to allocate their ICT budgets across the core areas of enterprise ICT spend, namely hardware, software, IT services, communications and consulting.

Synopsis
The predictions were formulated in March 2015 following a large survey of ICT decision makers. Estimated trends in ICT spending have been identified through to the end of 2015 following feedback from respondents on their forthcoming investment plans.

Reasons To Buy
- Understand how the Australian Utilities sector enterprise ICT landscape is set to change in 2015 to prioritize your target market.

- Make effective business decisions by recognizing the opportunities within each of the core areas of ICT spend (hardware, software, IT services, telecommunications, and consulting).

- Realign your sales initiatives by understanding the current strategic objectives of the Australian Utilities sector enterprises.

- Enhance your market segmentation with the included, detailed breakdown of opportunities within selected technology categories (enterprise application, business intelligence, and security products).

Table of Contents

1 Top-level ICT budget breakdowns
1.1 Introduction
2 Top ICT Spenders
3 Origin Energy Limited
3.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
3.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
3.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
3.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
3.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
3.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
3.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
3.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
3.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
4 AGL Energy Limited
4.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
4.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
4.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
4.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
4.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
4.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
4.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
4.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
4.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
5 Ergon Energy Corporation Limited
5.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
5.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
5.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
5.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
5.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
5.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
5.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
5.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
5.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
6 Ausgrid
6.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
6.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
6.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
6.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
6.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
6.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
6.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
6.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
6.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
7 EnergyAustralia
7.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
7.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
7.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
7.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
7.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
7.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
7.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
7.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
7.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
8 Essential Energy
8.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
8.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
8.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
8.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
8.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
8.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
8.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
8.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
8.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
9 Water Corporation
9.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
9.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
9.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
9.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
9.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
9.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
9.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
9.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
9.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
10 Hydro-Electric Corporation
10.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
10.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
10.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
10.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
10.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
10.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
10.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
10.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
10.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
11 Western Power Corporation
11.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
11.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
11.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
11.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
11.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
11.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
11.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
11.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
11.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
12 T.I.S. Pty. Ltd.
12.1 Estimated ICT budget breakdown by function
12.2 Estimated external ICT budget allocation by core technology area
12.3 Detailed ICT budget allocations
12.3.1 Estimated hardware budget breakdown
12.3.2 Estimated software budget breakdown by technology
12.3.3 Estimated software budget breakdown by type
12.3.4 Estimated IT services budget breakdown
12.3.5 Estimated IT consulting services budget breakdown
12.3.6 Estimated telecommunications budget breakdown
13 Appendix
13.1 Definitions
13.2 Currency Conversion
13.3 Further reading
13.4 Contact the authors

List of Tables


Table 1: Top ICT spenders in the Australian utilities sector
Table 2: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 73m on its data centre
Table 3: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 79m on hardware
Table 4: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 14m on clients
Table 5: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 11m on application lifecycle
Table 6: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 18m on software licenses
Table 7: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 11m on application development and integration
Table 8: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 14m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 9: Origin Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 10m on wireless data
Table 10: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 53m on its data centre
Table 11: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 61m on hardware
Table 12: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 10m on clients
Table 13: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 8m on application lifecycle
Table 14: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 14m on software licenses
Table 15: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 9m on application development and integration
Table 16: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 11m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 17: AGL Energy Limited will spend an estimated AUD 8m on wireless data
Table 18: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 18m on its data centre
Table 19: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 21m on hardware
Table 20: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 4m on clients
Table 21: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 3m on application lifecycle
Table 22: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 5m on software licenses
Table 23: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 3m on application development and integration
Table 24: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 4m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 25: Ergon Energy Corporation Limited will spend an estimated AUD 3m on wireless data
Table 26: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 19m on its data centre
Table 27: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 21m on hardware
Table 28: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 4m on clients
Table 29: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 3m on application lifecycle
Table 30: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 5m on software licenses
Table 31: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 3m on application development and integration
Table 32: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 4m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 33: Ausgrid will spend an estimated AUD 3m on wireless data
Table 34: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 14m on its data centre
Table 35: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 16m on hardware
Table 36: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 3m on clients
Table 37: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application lifecycle
Table 38: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 4m on software licenses
Table 39: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application development and integration
Table 40: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 3m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 41: EnergyAustralia will spend an estimated AUD 2m on wireless data
Table 42: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 13m on its data centre
Table 43: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 15m on hardware
Table 44: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 3m on clients
Table 45: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application lifecycle
Table 46: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 3m on software licenses
Table 47: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application development and integration
Table 48: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 3m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 49: Essential Energy will spend an estimated AUD 2m on wireless data
Table 50: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 13m on its data centre
Table 51: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 15m on hardware
Table 52: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 3m on clients
Table 53: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application lifecycle
Table 54: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 3m on software licenses
Table 55: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application development and integration...
Table 56: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 3m on systems planning and design consulting...
Table 57: Water Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on wireless data
Table 58: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 10m on its data centre
Table 59: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 11m on hardware
Table 60: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on clients
Table 61: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 1m on enterprise applications
Table 62: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on software licenses
Table 63: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application development and integration
Table 64: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 65: Hydro-Electric Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 1m on fixed voice
Table 66: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 9m on its data centre
Table 67: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 11m on hardware
Table 68: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on clients
Table 69: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application lifecycle
Table 70: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on software licenses
Table 71: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on application development and integration
Table 72: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 2m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 73: Western Power Corporation will spend an estimated AUD 1m on wireless data
Table 74: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 8m on its data centre
Table 75: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 10m on hardware
Table 76: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 2m on clients
Table 77: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 1m on application lifecycle
Table 78: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 2m on software licenses
Table 79: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 1m on application development and integration
Table 80: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 2m on systems planning and design consulting
Table 81: T.I.S. Pty. Ltd. will spend an estimated AUD 1m on wireless data

List of Figures


Figure 1: Top ICT spenders in the Australian utilities sector
Origin Energy Limited
AGL Energy Limited
Ergon Energy Corporation Limited
Ausgrid
EnergyAustralia
Essential Energy
Water Corporation
Hydro-Electric Corporation
Western Power Corporation
T.I.S. Pty. Ltd.

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