May 5, 2011 – While still feeling the recession, which cause a 5.1 percent decline in 2009, the IT services market is up 3.1 percent to $793 billion, according to Gartner research. 

IBM retained its primary market share position in IT services in 2010, with a revenue increase of 2.6 percent, returning $56.4 billion in revenue and accounting for 7.1 percent of the market. IBM was followed by HP, Fujitsu, Accenture and CSC. Gartner reported that Accenture returned the strongest numbers within the top 10 in 2010, growing revenue $1.3 billion to $22.2 billion, a growth rate of 6.1 percent. Gartner also noted that CSC's growth in the past year was positive, but it was below market growth levels (at 0.6 percent).

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