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Strategic Focus Report - Business intelligence : Technology and market trends



 

 

 

LONDON, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

Strategic Focus Report - Business intelligence : Technology and market trends

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Summary
This Strategic Focus report analyses the current trends, drivers, and inhibitors impacting the business intelligence market. The report outlines the evolution of business intelligence technologies, and identifies and assesses the best performing vendors in the market. This report also presents Kable's view of the revenue opportunities in the business intelligence market through to 2018, highlighting the market size and growth by technology, geography, sector and size band. Moreover, following in-depth ICT decision maker surveys, the report outlines enterprises' investment priorities in the business intelligence segment.


Key Findings
- The BI market is going through a transformational phase where vendors are looking to develop analytical tools for broader market usage rather than just for power users.
- According to Kable, BI vendors are striving to enhance the functionality of their mobile BI solutions so that they do not appear to be an extended version of their desktop solutions.
- According to Kable's market share data, the top 10 BI vendors constitute a significant share of the total BI market, contributing 84.7% of total BI market revenues in 2012, with this share maintained in 2013 as well

Synopsis
This Strategic Focus report analyses the current trends, drivers, and inhibitors impacting the business intelligence market. The report outlines the evolution of business intelligence technologies, and identifies and assesses the best performing vendors in the market. This report also presents Kable's view of the revenue opportunities in the business intelligence market through to 2018, highlighting the market size and growth by technology, geography, sector and size band. Moreover, following in-depth ICT decision maker surveys, the report outlines enterprises' investment priorities in the business intelligence segment.

This product covers the latest trends in the business intelligence market, coupled with insight into the vendor landscape and market size in the business intelligence domain.


In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following:
- The latest trends impacting the business intelligence market.
- The market drivers (both supply-side and demand-side) that will facilitate the growth of the business intelligence market.
- The market inhibitors that may hinder the pervasive adoption of business intelligence solutions.
- Identification of the top ICT vendors in the business intelligence market, coupled with an overview of the top 5 vendors.
- The report also covers the primary findings from Kable's view of revenue opportunities in the business intelligence market through to 2018, highlighting the market size and growth by technology, geography, sector and size band.
- An identification of enterprises' investment priorities based on their budget allocations relating to business intelligence.

Reasons To Buy
- Helps the reader to understand the business intelligence market landscape, the recent trends, drivers, and inhibitors shaping the business intelligence segment.

- The report will provide an assessment of business intelligence vendors and their relative performance in the business intelligence market.

- The most exhaustive and up-to-date report providing revenue opportunity forecasts in the business intelligence market from 2014 to 2018, spanning four technology segments, six regions, 14 verticals, and two size bands.

- Extensive technology growth predictions based on adoption indicators, end-user technology demand, Kable's in-house ICT survey results, and macroeconomic factors.

- The report provides a detailed breakdown of the opportunities within the business intelligence segment and its sub categories.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Technology evolution
2.1 Current technology trends
2.2 Key market drivers and inhibitors
2.2.1 Key market drivers
2.2.2 Key inhibitors
3 The vendor landscape
3.1 Vendor snapshot (the top five vendors)
4 The market opportunity
4.1 The total market opportunity
4.2 Geographic breakdown
4.3 Vertical market breakdown
4.4 Size band breakdown
5 Business intelligence investment priorities
6 Summary
6.1 The growing need for enterprises to extract useful business insights in order to make informed decisions is driving the demand for various BI tools
7 Appendix
7.1 Definitions
7.2 Further reading
7.3 Contact the authors

List of Tables

Table 1: Market share of the leading vendors in the business intelligence market
Table 2: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast, $ millions
Table 3: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by region, $ millions
Table 4: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by vertical market, $ millions
Table 5: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by size band, $ millions
Table 6: Business intelligence – enterprises' current and future investment priorities

List of Figures

Figure 1: Key trends impacting the business intelligence market
Figure 2: Key market drivers and inhibitors impacting the business intelligence market
Figure 3: Market share of the leading vendors in the business intelligence market - 2013
Figure 4: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast
Figure 5: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by region
Figure 6: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by vertical market (top six verticals only).....
Figure 7: Business intelligence – global market opportunity forecast by size band
Figure 8: Business intelligence – enterprises' current and future investment priorities


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