Global Enterprise Resource Planning Market - Segmented by Deployment (On-premises, Cloud, Hybrid), Industry (Retail, Manufacturing, BFSI, Government, Telecom), End User (Small Enterprises, Large Enterprises, Medium Enterprises), and Region - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)
The global enterprise resource planning market was valued at USD 33.6 billion in 2017, and is expected to reach a value of USD 47.85 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.07% over the forecast period (2018-2023). Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are becoming a necessity, owing to the increasing amount of workflow and the complex planning programs. ERP can help any enterprise do business in the mobile world. One of the key benefits of ERP systems is that it helps in the cessation of work directly and modifies the inventory to ensure new business orders to keep it current on a day-to-day level. ERP systems further monitor the utilization of resources and work-flow schedules, impact diagnose trouble codes, and track preventive programs where this process helps in better understanding of the total cost of operation on a real-time basis.
Big data analytics has gradually emerged to be the most prominent collective phenomenon in the early 21st century. The ERP analytics tools enable them to translate hordes of consumer data into actionable insights. There is an immediate need to build new systems like ERP software systems to handle big data. For example, electricity supply companies are replacing the analog meters with digital alternatives, where a huge volume of data is pouring into their servers every month. These businesses now require systems that can use this data to analyze comprehensively the usage patterns, demand peaks, and consumption fluctuations, while arriving at smart decisions. All of this mandates the need for a system that handles big data effectively. The demand for analytics tools has been bolstering the ERP market worldwide.
Real-time Data Analytics is Driving Market Growth
The key drivers for growth in this market include consistent data availability across the business for faster decision-making, real-time data analytics, and increased adoption of ERP solutions for better management. Incremental technological advancements will pave the way for several growth opportunities for the ERP market, by making analytics tools more accessible to the small/medium-scale organizations. Conversely, difficulties in customization according to business needs, cost of implementing across the business, and integrating several existing systems into one legacy system could impede the growth over the forecast period.
Retail is expected to Hold the Largest Share
The global retail market is one of the rapidly growing sectors in the world. The trajectory of retail is growing at an explosive rate, supported by the rise of the middle-class segment. Internet penetration and expanding mobile users are the key drivers of this market. ERP software systems can be add-ons to the retail market, where they can manage the resources by planning the workflows and schedules.
The growth of the retail market is globalized; this is largely fueled by technological advancements and increased market penetration of broadband and mobile devices. This growth can also be attributed to the several pro-active steps taken by the nation-to-nation co-operations for development of domestic supply chains in key sectors, such as technology and retail.
Asia-Pacific is Expected to Hold the Major Share in the Market
Asia-Pacific is expected to account for a major share in the ERP software market. Many of the organizations in the APAC region are completely dependent on digital systems to perform their tasks. The ERP software technology helps the private and government organizations in resource planning, in managing their tasks on real-time basis, and in simplifying the complex workflow. Hence, the adoptability of the ERP software systems will be an added advantage to the small and medium-size organizations. IoT is predicted to undergo massive growth in APAC in the coming years, and rising mobile tools play a vital role in enabling the ERP software systems to grow. The advanced industry sector is highly metropolitan and varies considerably in its composition and depth across regions.
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