Trends and Needs in Engineering 2012

In this international survey, the European and South African engineering sectors predict that their market growth will increase by 4% in 2012. It’s a bold and optimistic prediction in an economic climate under pressure. So, with this report based on a survey carried out by Ipsos Synovate, commissioned by Deltek, we aim to get straight to the heart of the European and South African engineering market place. The report summarizes findings of the survey, which sked the decision makers and senior employees of engineering firms about the trends, challenges and opportunities in their own companies and the industry they operate in.

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About Jon Bornstein

Jon Bornstein manages Deltek's marketing in the A&E industry across North America. His job is to ensure that firms understand the many ways they can drive business value using Deltek purpose-built solutions.
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  1. In this international survey , the European and South African engineering sectors predict that their market growth will increase by 4% in 2012. It’s a bold and optimistic prediction in an economic climate under pressure. So, with this report based on a survey carried out by Ipsos Synovate, commissioned by Deltek, we aim to get straight to the heart of the European and South African engineering market place. The report summarizes findings of the survey, which sked the decision makers and senior employees of engineering firms about the trends, challenges and opportunities in their own companies and the industry they operate in.

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