|By Business Wire||
|April 30, 2014 05:09 AM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/njbrwj/enterprise) has announced the addition of the "Enterprise Content Management Market Forecasts & Analysis 2014 - 2019" report to their offering.
The innovation and advancement in the market of Enterprise Content Management reflect upon not just one interesting factor but a conglomeration of several catalytic ideas, tools, personalities, and other paraphernalia coinciding together at the right place at the right time. Few players in this domain are IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, EMC Corporation, OpenText, Hyland Software, Cisco, Xerox, Hewlett Packard, SAP, and others. These players along with the others present in the market are expected to make a big impact in this rapidly growing marketplace in the next 5 years.
The market for ECM solutions and platforms is expected to grow due to several factors such as increasing demand for managing exponential growth in data, demand, and availability of emerging solutions such as cloud-based solutions, mobility, and growing needs of social content ECM and big data ECM.
The revenue from the enterprise content management market has been consistent over the past few years and is expected to steadily increase. The major areas of opportunities for these systems include increasing demand for ECM solutions from emerging nations, growing need for cross-channel single-source solutions, and cloud-based solutions emerging in a big way which play a vital role in the easy accessibility and usability for even complex content analytics and big data.
North America (NA) is expected to continue to hold its leading regional market share, followed by the Asia Pacific including Japan (APAC) region. However, the European region is expected to witness the highest growth rate in the market. It is expected that verticals such as consumer goods and retail, government and defense, life sciences and healthcare, transportation, tourism and hospitality, and telecom and IT will occupy the leading market share in the overall ECM market.
The report estimates that enterprises will invest in the market in a much encouraging rate in the coming years. Sectors such as consumer goods and retail, government and defense, life sciences and healthcare, transportation, tourism and hospitality, and telecom and IT have shown positive growth outlook in this market. These sectors account for a major share in the overall industry. These developments are not only ensuring the overall growth of ECM, but are also showcasing newer client success cases that make the ECM market move forward toward further implementations across other verticals.
- Big Data
- Document Management
- Web Content Management
- Digital Rights Management
- Rich Media
- Social Media Management
- Enterprise Mobility
- Data Records
- Data delivery
Key Topics Covered:
- Executive Summary
- Market Overview
- ECM: Market Size And Forecast By Traditional Solution
- ECM: Market Size And Forecast By Emerging Solution
- ECM: Market Size And Forecast By Deployment Type
- ECM: Market Size And Forecast By Vertical
- ECM: Market Size And Forecast By Region
- ECM: Market Landscape
- Company Profiles
- Emc Corporation
- Hyland Software
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/njbrwj/enterprise
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