In 2020, the ICT segment increased sales revenue by 2% and value added by 10%. The number of workers and self-employed exceeded 30,000.
In the SORS SiStat database, they publish detailed data on the operations of companies in the ICT sector in 2020. These companies provide the infrastructure for the operation and development of the digital society.
More than three quarters of companies are in the field of computer programming, consulting and other related activities
The ICT sector consists of 9,052 companies, an increase of 3% over 2019 and an increase of 67% over 2011. In 2020, companies in this sector represented 6.0% of all companies operating in that year with mainly market activities, and in 2011 4.6%.
Between 2011 and 2020, the number of companies classified in activity J62 – computer programming, consulting and other related activities increased (by 85%).
The added value is one tenth more
Companies in the ICT sector generated sales revenue of €4,546 million, 2% more than in 2019 and 34% more than in 2011.
They created 1.735 million euros in value added, which is 10% more than in 2019 and 54% more than in 2011. In 2011, the largest value added in this sector was created by companies classified in activity J61 – Telecom activities ( 48%), and in 2020 by companies classified in activity J62 – computer programming, consulting and other related activities (51%).
The added value per employee and self-employed in the ICT sector was 56,702 euros in 2020, and 50,830 euros in 2011.
More than 30,000 employees and self-employed workers
30,600 Slovenians are employed and self-employed in the ICT sector, 5% more than in 2019 and 38% more than in 2011. 59% of employees and self-employed workers work in companies classified in activity J62 – computer programming, consulting and other activities Related (58% in 2019 and 48% in 2011).
These employees and self-employed persons represented 4.6% of all employees and self-employed persons in companies in Slovenia that were primarily engaged in marketing activities (3.8% in 2011).
Companies in the ICT sector allocated €812 million to salaries, up 59% from 2011.
Tables containing the most recent data are available in the SiStat database.
According to the OECD definition, the ICT sector consists of companies engaged in the production or provision of ICT services and which, according to SKD 2008, belong to the following activities: ICT production sector: C26.1 – Manufacture of electronic components and boards C26.2 – Manufacture of computers and peripherals, C26.3 – Manufacture of communications equipment, C26.4 – Manufacture of electronic devices for general use, C26.8 – Manufacture of magnetic and optical record holders; ICT Services Sector: G46.5 – Wholesale of ICT equipment, J58.2 – Software deployment, J61 – Communication activities, J62 – Computer programming, consulting and other related activities, J63.1 – Data processing and related activities and operating portals Internet, S95.1 – Repair and maintenance of computers and communication devices.