This IDC study provides a detailed overview of the Greek market for integrated enterprise application software (EAS) suites. The EAS vendors tracked in this study include Entersoft, Microsoft, NetU Hellas, Oracle, Q&R, SAP, SingularLogic, and SoftOne.
This study provides detailed qualitative and quantitative information, analysis, and forecasts that help to answer the following key questions:
What are the defining characteristics of the Greek EAS market?
What is the current size of the EAS market in Greece, and what is the forecast potential of the market?
What is the current spending on EAS software in Greece in the various vertical markets and end-user segments?
What are the leading players in the EAS market in Greece, and how are they positioning themselves to capitalize on market potential?
Which industries are investing in EAS solutions, and how will future spending patterns affect market development?
What are the defining characteristics of the EAS installed base in Greece in terms of vertical markets and end-user market segments?
How will the political and economic conditions specific to Greece affect the market?
"The year 2012 proved to be another tough one for the entire Greek IT market, as the increased political uncertainty and sovereign risk ahead of Greece's double elections effectively brought new economic activity to a standstill. Overall, the poor economic and liquidity conditions made enterprise application software buyers in Greece, especially the smaller businesses, extremely cautious, requesting large price reductions in existing maintenance contracts. For yet another year, newly implemented investments focused mostly on mission-critical applications, while cloud-based or hosted models still represent a very small fraction of the total EAS market." - Research Analyst Vangelis Karanikas, IDC Greece