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IDC's Worldwide Vertical and Company Size Taxonomy, 2015


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IDC's Worldwide Vertical and Company Size Taxonomy, 2015

This IDC study provides a detailed description of IDC's worldwide vertical and company size taxonomies. It should be used as a companion piece for all of IDC's vertical research as well as to help vertically focused organizations define their vertical segments.

"IDC's 2015 vertical taxonomy presents a comprehensive view of the worldwide vertical marketplace," said Monika Kumar, program vice president, IDC's Global Technology and Industry Research Organization. "It is an invaluable resource to help vendors define and standardize their vertical definitions."

Please Note: Extended description available upon request.


IDC Opinion
In This Study
Situation Overview
What Is a Vertical Industry?
Economic Entities, Enterprises, and Establishments
IDC's Primary Vertical Markets
IDC's Company Size Taxonomy and Methodology
Classification Systems
Employee Count
Company Revenue
Technology Spend
Industry-Specific Measurements
Defined Size Bands
Basis of Economic Analysis
IDC's Standard Company Size Segmentation
Future Outlook
Other Views for Consideration
Subindustry
Derivative Industry
Technology Buyer/Line of Business
Use Case
Essential Guidance
Learn More
Related Research
Synopsis
Table: IDC's Worldwide Vertical Taxonomy: Company Examples of Primary Vertical Markets by SIC, NACE, and JSIC Codes

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