The global market for ERP software is expected to reach $42 billion by 2020 while growing at a continuous CAGR of 7-7.3 percent. The cloud ERP market is estimated to reach approximately $27 billion by 2020 while growing at a CAGR of 10 percent. Latin America and APAC are also expected to drive growth in the future, and the supply will be consolidated to the top four suppliers holding over 60 percent of the global market share. In addition to this, the SMBs in these countries are also witnessing increasing adoption rates due to the efforts of large global buyers to consolidate the supply base.
SAP is the pioneer in the ERP software industry and is estimated to have a 25 percent share of the global supplier market, followed by Oracle and Infor, having 17 percent share respectively. The report also explores the drivers and constraints of the global ERP industry, followed by Porter's five forces analysis . It also provides a detailed supplier analysis and gives an overview of the market share of suppliers like SAP, Oracle, Infor, and Microsoft Dynamics.
Global ERP companies are less dependent on the implementation partners. The globalERP market is mature enough that competition turns from features to price. The threat of substitution is low. Open-source ERPs can be substitutes, but they cannot compete with global suppliers offering a wide range of service capabilities. The global ERP supplier market is consolidated, with the top four players holding over 60 percent of ERP software market share. The cost of outsourcing product development has significantly raised the abilities of software companies to negotiate, in terms of setting up their operations, and has hence reduced the supplier power. There is an intense rivalry among country-specific ERP suites, which is better adapted to local, legal and tax conditions. Risks in the ERP software market are divided, and so are the shortcomings and improvements. SAP, as the pioneer in the ERP software industry, is estimated to be leading in terms of global supplier market share with 22 percent.
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Category Intelligence on ERP Software covers the following
Global suppliers are developing user-friendly interfaces and functionalities, moving away from the existing high degree of complexity in software
Vendors are highly fragmented in the mid-market segment
Most adopted model (globally): Multi-vendor engagement is being practiced to achieve spend visibility, cost savings and risk minimization.
Contract length: 1.5 – 3 years
Sources: Beroe analysis, Primary Expert 1, techtarget.com, cio.com
A hybrid ERP system is a perfect combination of in-house ERP supplemented by cloud-based ERP application. It is becoming popular among organizations who want to improve ERP functionality but do not want to change or add the in-house legacy system
SaaS adoption in ERP
SaaS-based ERP solutions are gaining popularity in the mid-market segment, where it proves to be cost effective in terms of implementation, reduced operational cost, increased business agility and the ease of start-up and maintenance
IoT and ERP
It has been estimated that by 2018, over 30 percent of data will be machine-generated, with 15–35 billion devices fueling this growth
The report gives you, insight into the supply trends, core modules and functionalities, global ERP market industry drivers and constraints and Porter’s five force analysis of the global ERP software market.
It gives you ranking and information of key supplier along with SWOT analysis of SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, etc. The report gives the best pricing and delivery models and cost-effective opportunities in the ERP market.