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Information and Communication Technologies in Spanish Companies 2009

Information and Communication Technologies in Spanish Companies 2009

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2010

The "Information and Communication Technologies in Spanish Companies" Report, prepared by the Spanish Observatory for Telecommunications and the Information Society (ONTSI)

The "Information and Communication Technologies in Spanish Companies" Report, prepared by the Spanish Observatory for Telecommunications and the Information Society (ONTSI), attached to the State Secretariat for Telecommunications and the Information Society (SETSI) within the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade (MITyC), is based on data extracted from the survey on ICT use in companies, carried out by the INE (National Statistics Institute of Spain), and asserts that 100% of large companies have computers. The average for all SMEs and large companies is 98.6%. The Report highlights that, for the very first time, the computer penetration in microenterprises has reached the same levels as mobile phones, ranking both of them 66.3%. Last year there was a 4.4 point advantage of mobile phone over computer penetration.
At the same time, over 97% of large companies and nearly 87% of medium-sized businesses contact the public administration via the Internet. The global average of SMEs and large companies is 67.8%. The two main reasons for interacting are to obtain information and obtain forms, over 60% in both cases. The financial sector —with 91.4%— is the one that interacts the most with the public administration via the Internet. For microenterprises, interaction with the public administration stands at 33.5%.

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