ICT sector, detailed data, Slovenia, 2017

New in the SiStat Database: Performance of the ICT sector in Slovenia, 2017

In 2017 the ICT sector generated about EUR 240 million more turnover and about EUR 114 million more value added than in 2016. It employed 26,299 employees and self-employed persons, which was 4% more than in the previous year. 

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In the SiStat Database we are publishing detailed data about the performance of the ICT sector, enterprises engaged in the production of information-communication technologies (ICT manufacturing sector) or the provision of ICT services (service ICT sector) in 2017. The performance of the ICT sector is an important indicator of the degree of digitalisation.

More than half of persons employed in the ICT sector employed in activity J62 – Computer programming, consultancy and related activities

In 2017 there were 26,299 person employed in the ICT sector or 4% more than in 2016. These persons employed represented 4.2% of all persons employed by all enterprises active in predominantly market activities, which is the same as in 2016.

More than half of persons employed in the ICT sector were employed in activity J62 – Computer programming, consultancy and related activities (56%). In comparison with 2016, the share of persons employed in this activity increased by 7%. 

Enterprises in the ICT sector allocated in 2017 around EUR 608 million for wages and salaries, which is 6% more than in 2016. 

Enterprises in the ICT sector generated around EUR 240 million more turnover than in the previous year


Enterprises in the ICT sector generated in 2017 around EUR 3,984 million turnover, which is 6% more than in 2016. The turnover represented 4.2% of the turnover generated by all enterprises active in predominantly market activities.

Enterprises in activity G46.5 – Wholesale of information and communication equipment increased their turnover by 11%, enterprises in activity J62 – Information technology service activities by 9% and enterprises in activity J61 – Telecommunications by 2%.

Enterprises in the ICT sector generated almost a tenth more value added than in the previous year

In 2017 enterprises in the ICT sector generated around EUR 114 million or 9% more value added than in 2016. The generated value added of EUR 1,373 million represented around 6.1% of value added generated by all enterprises active in predominantly market activities in 2017.

The largest share, 45% of the value added in the ICT sector, was generated by enterprises in activity J62 – Computer programming, consultancy and related activities and 34% by enterprises in activity J61 – Telecommunications.
METHODOLOGICAL NOTE
According to the OECD definition, the ICT sector comprises enterprises that are engaged in the production or provision of services of information-communication technologies and are registered in the following NACE Rev. 2 activities: manufacturing ICT sector (C26.1 – Manufacture of electronic components and boards, C26.2 – Manufacture of computers and peripheral equipment, C26.3 – Manufacture of communication equipment, C26.4 – Manufacture of consumer electronics, C26.8 – Manufacture of magnetic and optical media), service ICT sector (G46.5 – Wholesale of information and communication equipment, J58.2 – Software publishing, J61 – Telecommunications, J62 – Computer programming, consultancy and related activities, J63.1 – Data processing, hosting and related activities; web portals, S95.1 – Repair of computers and communication equipment).













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