Global Market Report of BPM as a Service (2016-2020)

It says On-premise segments are accounting for a market share of 52% yet. SAP, Oracle, and CSC, etc. seem getting seriously.

 

A market report, “Global BPMaaS Market: 2016-2020”, has been released. Questetra has been listed up in the “Top 34 companies of the world”, again. (* BPMaaS: Cloud-based Business Process Management)

 

 

technavio: GLOBAL BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT AS A SERVICE MARKET 2016-2020

… Business processes that are integrated with cloud services like software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) are commonly referred to as BPMaaS. In recent times, it has been observed that many organizations have started adopting BPMaaS solutions to maintain product quality, remove inefficiencies in manufacturing processes, check errors, track design changes, enhance overall productivity and reduce costs, ensure time management, boost ROI, and improve time-to-market.

http://www.technavio.com/report/global-enterprise-application-business-process-management-service-market (2016-05-27)

 

 

GGlobal Information: About the Business Process Management As A Service (BPMaaS) Market 2016-2020

…Technavio’s analysts forecast the global BPMaaS market to grow at a CAGR of 38.55% during the period 2016-2020.The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global BPMaaS market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of cloud BPM solutions, including software, integrated solutions, and BPMaaS…

https://www.gii.co.jp/report/infi327735-global-business-process-management-bpm-service.html (2016-05-27)

 

Above all, reports of this kind are so expensive! (grumbling…)

 

According to the contents of the report, the “On-premises BPM” segments are dominating the market by accounting for a market share of more than 52%. In other words, “Cloud BPM” has got more to go.

Also, three countries: U.K., U.S.A., And Japan are listed as Key leading countries in Part 9, which surprised me a bit.

 

In addition, vendors from around the world that appear on this report’s list sum up to 34 companies, both “major vendors” (Key) and “well-known vendors” (Prominent). Japanese companies among them are… let’s see…only Questetra. (Kinda lonely…)

 

That’s true, Questetra is dedicating to BPM, and we must keep growing further in the world. We will do our best! (The same conclusion as usual…)

 

bpm-as-a-service-vendor-global

 

<Key vendors (6)>

IBM、OpenText、Pegasystems、CSC、Oracle、SAP SE

<Prominent vendors (28)>

Accenture、Adaptive Planning、Adeptia、Adobe Systems、Appian、Barium、Capgemini、Cognizant Tech、Colosa、E-Builder、Eccentex、Genpact、HandySoft Global、Integrify、Knowesia、Kofax、Lexmark International、Metasonic、MicroPact、NorthgateArinso、Perceptive Software、Progress Software、Questetra、Red Hat、Software AG、Tibco Software、Wipro、XMPro

 

 

 

(Original post in Japanese was posted on 2016-06-14)

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