ICT MARKTMONITOR 2013 PDF

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Read more below! In our previous discussions here , here and here surrounding the Dutch Digital economy we concluded that the current sizing is falling short as in most calculations the ICT generated value-add is not included.

A decent sizing of the Dutch Digital economy should include all of the value add for which ICT is responsible. Here is where we get into a somewhat grey area. How do we know which processes are handled through ICT and how do we value that?

From the classic economic theory it is the combination of natural resources, labor, capital and entrepreneurship that is responsible for the value add of organizations. At least, until a few years ago. While economists still argue how to value the use of ICT in the production process, it is clear that its role cannot be underestimated.

ICT is used to find and exploit natural resources, ICT is used to increase labor productivity, an increasing part of capital is being spent on ICT infrastructure and emerging new business models show the impact ICT has on entrepreneurship. Yet what is the value of ICT for an organization and the Dutch economy as a whole? Our assumption is that the ICT intensity of an organization has a direct relationship with its value add. Digital value add is that part of the value add of a company that is generated through the use of ICT.

We purposely left out people handling shopping counters or users of embedded software systems e. ICT intensity per job and sector have been generated through checking existing sector research, making indirect calculations using demographic and economic data as well a using common sense and conservative estimates.

All data pertains to In other words: the real value of the Dutch digital economy in terms of value add is a quarter of our GDP. These numbers on the Dutch Digital Economy are much higher than other estimates that are based on the output value of various sectors, business models and transaction volumes of digital goods and services.

The problem with these methods is that they are all more or less based on transaction volume. The resulting size includes a double counting problem since transaction volumes include purchases from other sectors.

On top of that these transaction volumes are represented as a percentage of the GDP which is excluding purchases from other sectors, comparing apples and pears. Also, these methods tend to underestimate the true value of the digital economy as they do not take into account the role ICT plays in the business value chains of most economic sectors. To understand how digital value add works out on a per sector basis we will compare two sectors: financial services and domestic trade.

When calculating DVA it becomes clear that although some sectors are considered large in output based calculations they are less important in the value-add approach. All numbers refer to From the table it can be concluded that — output wise — the trade sector is almost 1. So when faced with the relative and absolute size of e-commerce and e-business in the Netherlands we should keep in mind that they are gross misrepresentations of the value that ICT holds for various sectors and individual companies.

For a better understanding of the Dutch digital economy we should be looking at the digital value add of the business processes within our economic sectors providing both a more realistic qualitative and quantitative view of the status and dynamics of the Dutch digital economy.

If you are interested in these forthcoming reports please contact Simone de Bruin for additional info. Digital Value Add In our previous discussions here , here and here surrounding the Dutch Digital economy we concluded that the current sizing is falling short as in most calculations the ICT generated value-add is not included.

Economic theory From the classic economic theory it is the combination of natural resources, labor, capital and entrepreneurship that is responsible for the value add of organizations. Comparing Financial Services and Trade When calculating DVA it becomes clear that although some sectors are considered large in output based calculations they are less important in the value-add approach. Share and Enjoy:.

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The Dutch are also famous for innovation, a reliable and comprehensive infrastructure, an open and business friendly orientation, a highly educated and multilingual workforce, and an advantageous tax structure. But those are only a few reasons why the Netherlands appeals to such diverse industry giants in the IT services, software, hardware, cloud, Internet, and data industries. Connection Fifteen sub-sea cables connect the Americas to the European content via the Netherlands coast, and the Netherlands itself has four major Internet exchanges. It also has one of the most advanced data center markets in Europe, and these state-of-the-art data centers are highly secured, fully redundant, and energy efficient. Innovation Seventy percent of innovation in the Netherlands is IT-related.

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Read more below! In our previous discussions here , here and here surrounding the Dutch Digital economy we concluded that the current sizing is falling short as in most calculations the ICT generated value-add is not included. A decent sizing of the Dutch Digital economy should include all of the value add for which ICT is responsible. Here is where we get into a somewhat grey area. How do we know which processes are handled through ICT and how do we value that? From the classic economic theory it is the combination of natural resources, labor, capital and entrepreneurship that is responsible for the value add of organizations. At least, until a few years ago.

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