MONTVALE, N.J., Dec. 5, 2012 –- DATA Inc., a globally recognized information technology software and service provider, will release the results of its 2012 Information Technology Survey during a webinar scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13, the company announced today.
The survey, conducted October through mid-November, includes responses from a wide range of IT professionals such as CEOs, Project Directors and Programmers. Participants were surveyed on a variety of topics including IT spending, employment, and technology directions in 2012. They were also asked their perspective on expected spending and employment trends in 2013.
"The survey provides valuable insight into business-to-business IT spending and hiring habits during 2012, while also offering indications of what to expect in 2013" said Arun Verma, CEO and President of DATA Inc. "The survey gave us the opportunity to hear directly from executives, middle managers and those on the front lines within the information technology industry."
The webinar will begin at 1 p.m. on Dec. 13, and is free. Information technology executives and professionals are invited to attend. Registration can be found at http://www.datainc.biz/2012-it-survey-webinar.asp. Webinar attendees will be the first to receive the DATA Inc's 2012 IT Survey's full report.
The webinar will be moderated by DATA Inc.'s Head of Marketing, George Nikanorov, who will discuss the results with commentary from Verma, Vice President of Operations Conrad Leao and Senior Account Executive, Susan Leicht.
About DATA Inc.
Since 1983, DATA Inc. (www.datainc.biz) has provided IT Solutions to organizations on the Fortune 100 list as well as the Public Sector. Throughout the organization's 29-year history, DATA Inc. has grown into an award-winning full service IT solutions provider headquartered in Montvale, NJ with development centers and offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
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