新型冠狀病毒傳染病 (Covid-19) 對中國經濟及ICT市場的影響
Impact of COVID-19 on China's Economy and ICT Market
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 38 Pages
|新型冠狀病毒傳染病 (Covid-19) 對中國經濟及ICT市場的影響 Impact of COVID-19 on China's Economy and ICT Market|
|出版日期: 2020年04月23日||內容資訊: 英文 38 Pages||
相較於2003年的SARS，本次新型冠狀病毒傳染病 (Covid-19) 的爆發對整體中國經濟的影響將更深遠。而影響最嚴重的是2020年第1季，從第2季開始影響逐漸減弱。另一方面，受到Covid-19疫情影響，中國ICT產業、經濟、整體社會將出現幾項新趨勢。
本報告研究新型冠狀病毒傳染病 (Covid-19) 對中國經濟情勢與ICT產業的影響，彙整目前傳染擴大情況及主要因應對策、對中國經濟整體及ICT產業的各種影響和其規模、對ICT產業的未來影響 (共10項)、產業相關者未來應採取策略等情報。
This report examines the situation of the current COVID-19 outbreak and analyzes its impact on China's economy. It offers updated predictions on the impact of the outbreak on China's ICT market including the smart connected devices market, enterprise-grade IT market, and key vertical industry markets. It also identifies ten potential major opportunities: 1) digital platforms and big data, 2) new smart cities and parks, 3) online healthcare services, 4) online classroom and education, 5) remote office and online activities, 6) industrial 5G applications, 7) unmanned commerce and services, 8) fresh food ecommerce, 9) supply chain management, and 10) manufacturing and service robots. It ends with a summary and advice for ICT vendors and industry users.
"The COVID-19 outbreak has an overall greater impact on the economy than the 2003 SARS outbreak and its impact will be mainly confined to the first quarter and lessen in the second quarter with a limited full-year impact," says Wu Lianfeng, Vice President and Chief Analyst, IDC China. "On the heels of the outbreak, there will come five major changes in China' s macroenvironment: 1) intelligentization and modernization of governmental governance; 2) decentralization of city clusters + central cities; 3) acceleration of healthcare system digital transformation; 4) accelerating rise of contactless businesses and services; and 5) acceleration of the China+1 global supply chain strategy. These changes will also bring huge opportunities for the ICT market. In their efforts to respond to the outbreak and overcome challenges, enterprises are advised to build remote collaboration capabilities and habits, provide high-quality marketing of online products and services, optimize cost control and utilize policy support, and identify and invest in post-epidemic business breakthroughs and innovations in order to get well prepared for growth after the epidemic."