2015 Professional Services Global Pricing Report
Item Number: SPI15PSBR
According to SPI's 2015 PS Global Pricing Report, the headline reads “lower bill rates” are offset by “significantly higher billable utilization targets” resulting in “significant increases in consulting revenue yields and profits”. What this means is that the consulting industry is demanding more and more billable work hours from their employees to combat rate erosion. Since the 2011 PS Pricing study, billable utilization targets have increased by almost 200 hours a year for key business, project management and technical consulting roles.
SPI's PS Global Pricing Report is the largest and most comprehensive PS pricing study ever published based on pricing information provided by 140 organizations representing almost 12,000 consultants worldwide.
The study provides analysis of list price and realized bill rates across a broad range of PS verticals, geographies and job levels. It provides analysis of pricing strategies: time and materials; fixed price and shared risk with an unprecedented view of PS workforce distribution and composition by industry segment.
- Geographies covered - North America, Western Europe, East Asia (China and Japan), Central Asia (India and Pakistan), Australia and New Zealand, South America, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East
- Verticals covered - Management Consulting, IT Consulting, Software, SaaS, Hardware and Networking
- Twelve job titles – List and Realized Bill Rates, Utilization and annual revenue targets
- 91 pages
- 114 Tables and Charts
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