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Conclusion: Prominent this month were agreements and discussions that highlight shifts in the ICT outsourcing market, with increasing demand for targeted solutions to support business functions and long-term goals. These types of offerings have become more common, and are no longer niche services. Set solutions, which are sufficiently flexible to be tailored to individual customers, have become the norm. These solutions bundle a wide range of technologies, associated services and specialist staff, while utilising new business models for the provision of end-to-end services. In order to remain competitive, and facilitate the adoption of new solutions such as the Internet of Things (IoT) vendors are bundling offerings which go beyond the performance of business functions or expanding existing functionality.
Catering to specific goals such as increased customer engagement or the need for monitoring and analysis systems to help with business evolution or protocol development are becoming increasingly popular. Vendors have recognised the importance of portfolios which include extensive suites of strategic managed services that are efficient, diverse and easily customised to individual needs.

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