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In his paper "Seasonality and Prepackaged Software Price Indexes" Copeland constructs a seasonally adjusted price index for prepackaged software using detailed and comprehensive scanner data from the NPD Group.
See "Supplemental Sampling in the PPI Prepackaged Software Index--SIC 7372," from the January 1999 issue of PPI Detailed Report.
SIC categories 7371 and 7372 denote computer programming services and prepackaged software respectively.
The service industries currently in the development pipeline (and the expected years of introduction) are: property and casualty insurance (1998), prepackaged software (1998), life insurance (1998), food stores (1999), security brokers and dealers (1999), and miscellaneous retail stores (1999).
However, many types of software transactions, such as the sale of shrink-wrap or prepackaged software, more closely resemble the sale of a copyrighted article, such as a book.
that came equipped with a prepackaged software program.
The cost of licensing software typically is several thousand dollars for prepackaged software, but larger systems, which are typically customized, can range in price from several hundreds of thousands of dollars up to several million dollars.
According to the Indiana Department of Employment and Training Services, the number of Indiana companies involved in computer programming, prepackaged software development or computer-integrated design grew from 197 in early 1986 to 338 at the end of last year.
Some industry observers believe that when dealing with virtual instrumentation, languages like Basic and C, and the tools that build on them will continue being more widely used than prepackaged software.
The report also includes industry definition, 5-year historical trends on industry sales, establishments and employment and estimates on up to 10 sub-industries, prepackaged software, operating systems, word processing applications and business software suites.
Prepackaged software usually won't complete project objectives, but it often can be used to provide specific solutions in a short time that serve as a training and demonstration platform and, most importantly, build momentum for full-scale implementation.
For 1987 and 1992, the estimates of business and government purchases of prepackaged software and custom software are based on estimates from the benchmark input-output (1-0) accounts.
Other data include financial ratios, number of firms, payroll, industry definition, 5-year historical trends on industry sales, establishments and employment, a breakdown of establishments, sales and employment by employee size of establishment (9 categories), and estimates on up to 10 sub-industries, prepackaged software, operating systems, word processing applications and business software suites.
Increased sales of PC's to the home market have stimulated employment growth in supporting industries, including wholesaling and retailing of the PC, prepackaged software, and information retrieval services (which include on-line services).