The populations in 2008 and 2010 were different from the 2012 and 2014 populations.
Data refers solely to ICT businesses that responded to the barriers to growth question. Note that businesses can have multiple answers to this question.
Business size: large businesses are defined as those with more than 50 employees. Medium-sized businesses are those with 21 to 50 employees, and small businesses are those with fewer than 20 employees.
Employees: defined by an enterprise's rolling mean employment (RME) count. RME is a 12-month moving average of the monthly employment count figure, obtained from taxation data and related to PAYE counts.
Rolling mean employment (RME): average size of the enterprise employment count over the past 12 months. This number is sourced from taxation data.
Enterprise: a business operating in New Zealand. It can be a legally constituted body, such as a company, trust, local or central government trading organisation, an incorporated society, or self-employed individual.
Exports: goods and services sold overseas by a New Zealand company. This excludes goods sold to other New Zealand businesses who will export the goods at a later stage.
Goods and services pricing: the data reported from the ICT Supply Survey is collected and reported in nominal dollar values at time of sale. These nominal sales figures combine price and volume movements. Price movements of these goods and services may disguise the volume or quantity change in goods and services sold.
From the dataset Information and Communication Technology Supply Survey 2014, this data was extracted:
Sheet: Table 5
Provided: 60 data points
Dataset originally released on:
April 02, 2015
About this dataset
The ICT Supply Survey measures the sale of goods and services from businesses associated with ICT industries. The ICT Supply Survey replaced the Information Technology Survey (1993–2004).
The OECD defines ICT goods and services as those that fulfil or enable the function of information processing and communication by electronic means. Alternatively, ICT goods may also use electronic processing to detect, measure, and/or record physical phenomena, or control a physical process.