July 6 - IBM today released results of a study revealing that midsized companies will lead growth out of the economic downturn by focusing more on their IT strategies.

According to the study results, midsized companies know they need to work smarter and leaner, but overall are surprisingly undaunted by the economic downturn. With companies of 500 or fewer employees generating 60 to 80 percent of net new jobs annually over the last decade, small and midsized businesses are one of the most likely engines to lead the economy back to growth.

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