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Worldwide Offshore IT Services Forecast, 2016-2020

出版商 IDC 商品編碼 240019
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 32 Pages
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海上IT服務的全球市場的預測 Worldwide Offshore IT Services Forecast, 2016-2020
出版日期: 2016年05月09日 內容資訊: 英文 32 Pages

本報告提供全球境外IT服務市場的最新形勢,及主要推動及阻礙市場要素,市場模式的演化方向性等調查,全球、各地區的今後6年的市場趨勢 (支出額) 預測。




  • 全球境外IT服務市場的預測:整體的情形
  • 各訂單原地區的市場預測
    • 美國海上IT服務支出額的預測
      • 美國市場、產業的主要趨勢
      • 市場競爭趨勢
    • 用加拿大海上IT服務支出額的預測
      • 加拿大市場主要趨勢
    • 歐洲、中東、非洲各國 (EMEA) 用海上IT服務支出額的預測
      • EMEA的海上服務需求的推動因素
      • EMEA市場主要趨勢
    • 亞太地區海上IT服務支出額的預測
      • 亞太地區市場主要趨勢


  • 市場促進、阻礙因素
    • 推動因素
    • 阻礙因素
  • 市場主要趨勢
    • 各企業層級的趨勢
    • 產業層級趨勢
  • 上次預測後的變更點



  • 分析不適用的事項
  • 關於分析團隊
  • 委外市場概要
    • 海上 vs 近海
    • 海上/外包、管理服務
    • 海上業者 vs 域內企業
    • 「總計」委外市場
  • 雲端的相關註記
  • 「管理服務」的相關用語附註記



Product Code: US40404616

This IDC study presents forecasts of spending (customer expenditures) for the worldwide offshore IT services market for 2015-2020. This study includes advice to providers of IT services, an analysis of key market and industry trends by importing markets, key market drivers and inhibitors, significant market developments, and highlights of key changes from the prior forecast. This study also updates the previous forecast published in Worldwide Offshore IT Services 2015-2019 Forecast (IDC #255500, April 2015).This IDC study answers the following questions:How is the model of offshore evolving?What is the opportunity for offshore providers by importing geographic region?Which assumptions are of sufficient importance that a change in the assumption would result in a change in the market forecasts?What impact will developments in this market have on the players in the market?What are the not-to-be-missed opportunities?

"As the worldwide offshore IT services market starts to show signs of maturity as its growth rate slows gradually and approaches that of the broader market, offshore providers continue to invest in critical areas, particularly around supporting the transformation of firms to digital enterprises, incorporating increasing levels of automation, and forming new strategic partnerships to provide innovative solutions," said David Tapper, vice president for Outsourcing, Managed, and Offshore Services at IDC. "However, the increasing pace of buyers in procuring services from newer types of providers (e.g., online, SaaS, crowdsourcers) is placing a much higher burden on offshore providers to make critical decisions as to what type of business model they want to pursue and which markets they believe will provide the best opportunities."

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Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

  • Worldwide Offshore IT Services Spending Forecast View
  • Forecasts by Importing Regions
    • U.S. Offshore IT Services Spending Forecast
      • Key U.S. Market and Industry Trends
        • Application Strategies and Requirements
        • Outsourcing Managed Services
      • Competitive Trends
    • Canada Offshore IT Services Spending Forecast
      • Key Canada Market Trends
    • EMEA Offshore IT Services Spending Forecast
      • EMEA Offshore Services Demand Drivers
      • Key EMEA Market Trends
    • APAC Offshore IT Services Spending Forecast
      • Key Asia/Pacific Market Trends

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Ensuring Business Operations
      • Optimizing Financial Management
    • Inhibitors
      • Security Issues
      • Operational Efficiencies
      • Substitution
  • Significant Market Developments
    • Enterprise Developments
    • Competitor Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition


  • What Is Not Covered
    • Local Players
    • Captive and Channel Customer Expenditures
    • Offshore Business Process Outsourcing
  • Worldwide Analyst Team
  • Overview of the Offshore Market
    • Offshore Versus Nearshore
    • Offshore Versus Outsourcing Managed Services
    • Offshore Player Versus Local Player Market
    • "Total" Offshore Market
  • A Note on Cloud
  • A Note on the Term "Managed Services"

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