What you can find in the 2016 R1 ISBSG Development & Enhancement Repository

Detailed Information

Read a summary report describing what you will find in the ISBSG repository – ISBSG Data Demographics 2016 R1

Read descriptions of the fields contained in the ISBSG Data – ISBSG Repository Field Descriptions

Where did the projects come from?

The projects have been submitted from 26 different countries. Major contributors are the United States (29% of all projects), Australia (11%),  Japan (11%), Spain (8%), Finland (9%), France (8%), the Netherlands (6%), India (4%) and Canada (4%).

The projects were “built” in 32 different countries. Major contributors are United States (16% of all projects where the country of effort is known), the Netherlands (15%), Spain (12%), Finland (12%), France (9%), , Australia (8%), India (7%), Japan (5%),  Canada (4%), Denmark (3%), Brazil (4%), United Kingdom (2%) and China (1%).

What are the origins of the projects?

Organisation types: There are more than 30 different organisation types represented, the major types are: Communications,  Insurance, Manufacturing, Government, Banking, Medical/Health Care, Financial, Electronics/IT, Service Industry, Wholesale/Retail and Utilities.

Business areas: The major business area types are: Communications, Insurance, Banking, Transport Logistics, Finance, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Engineering, Accounting, Customer Relations, Personnel, Government, Inventory and Purchasing.

What are the application types?

Over 100 different application types are recorded in the D&E Repository. Major groupings of projects are: Financial Transaction Processing and Accounting, Transaction/Production, MIS, Process Control, Real time, Financial, Database/Catalogue/Register, Web/E-business, Sales & Marketing, Office/Executive/Decision Information System, Billing, Inventory/Ordering, Analysis & Reporting, Communications and Network Management and Reporting.

 

What you can find in the ISBSG Development & Enhancement Repository

Where did the projects come from?

The projects have been submitted from 26 different countries. Major contributors are the United States (32% of all projects), Australia (13%), Japan (12%), Finland (9%), France (7%), the Netherlands (6%), India (5%), Canada (5%), and Spain (4%).

The projects were “built” in 32 different countries. Major contributors are United States (18% of all projects where the country of effort is known), Finland (14%), France (11%), the Netherlands (10%), Australia (9%), India (8%), Japan (6%), Spain (5%), Canada (5%), Denmark (4%) and Brazil (4%).

What are the origins of the projects?

Organisation types: There are more than 30 different organisation types represented, the major types are: Communications, Manufacturing, Insurance, Government, Banking, Medical/Health Care, Financial, Electronics/IT, Service Industry, Wholesale/Retail and Utilities.

Business areas: The major business area types are: Communications, Insurance, Banking, Transport Logistics, Finance, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Engineering, Accounting, Customer Relations, Personnel, Government, Inventory and Purchasing.

What are the application types?

Over 100 different application types are recorded in the D&E Repository. Major groupings of projects are: Financial Transaction Processing and Accounting, Transaction/Production, MIS, Process Control, Real time, Financial, Database/Catalogue/Register, Web/E-business, Sales & Marketing, Office/Executive/Decision Information System, Billing, Inventory/Ordering, Analysis & Reporting, Communications and Network Management and Reporting

Read a more comprehensive description of what you can find in the ISBSG repository data here ISBSG Data Demographics R13