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Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Supply: Services and Software Survey – information for participants

Why are you carrying out this survey?

We carry out the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Supply: Services and Software Survey to:

  • collect statistics from New Zealand businesses that are involved in producing or supplying ICT services or software 
  • evaluate the size of the domestic and export markets for ICT services and software 
  • show the changing size of the ICT industries and the evolving mix and value of services over time
  • measure income from the production and supply of ICT services and published software
  • provide important data for producing GDP
  • provide important information for decision-makers and planners in business, government, and industry organisations.  

Who takes part in the survey? How did you select me?

The ICT Supply survey collects information from New Zealand businesses involved in the production or supply of ICT services or software. You have been selected to complete this survey because you are a:

  • significant provider or supplier of ICT services or software, or
  • one of a representative slice of ICT services or software providers or suppliers.

How can I complete the survey questionnaire?

You’ll complete the survey by filling in a paper questionnaire.

What's new?

Stats NZ and MBIE are working on The Digital Nation Domain Plan to address future information and data needs around ICT. The Domain Plan will ensure our measures and data remain relevant and keep up with the latest technological changes.

The Domain Plan is due to be completed in April 2018. In the meantime, Stats NZ will run a shortened version of the ICT Supply survey in 2017. This will ensure the continued collection of important data needed for our customers, and the ongoing production of GDP.

Page updated 11 August 2017

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