Japan Enterprise Resource Management Market Shares, 2016: Data Utilized for Business Visualization Is Leading the Market
This IDC study is based on vendor performance in 2016, this report analyzes the trends and the vendor share in the Japan enterprise resource management (ERM) application market by employee size. This market comprises of eight functional markets necessary to visualize the business. The study, however, focuses on three main functions, namely, finance, human capital management and payroll accounting (HCM and payroll accounting) and order management. The revenue trend of each vendor in this market can be referred to in the attached document. "The enterprise demand for the use of multifaceted data in business is becoming more apparent in the Japan ERM application market in 2016. Along with financial system reform, the implementation of software as a service (SaaS) version of enterprise performance measurement (EPM, formerly, financial performance strategy management [FPSM]) products is expanding. Further, as part of workstyle reform, Japanese companies are engaged in efforts to improve work efficiency and productivity utilizing IT by establishing diverse measures from the institutional side. The basis for this demand is intelligent ERP (i-ERP) that enables cloud-native scalability and the latest technology that can be used at all times. Furthermore, if i-ERP is equipped with collaborative functions, it can support business improvement by serving as a communication portal for enterprise end users that will increase its market presence," says Yoko Motai, senior market analyst, Software and Security, IDC Japan.
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