市場調查報告書

全球軟件許可,維護和訂閱的預測(2020-2024)

Worldwide Software License, Maintenance, and Subscription Forecast, 2020-2024

出版商 IDC 商品編碼 952441
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 16 Pages
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全球軟件許可,維護和訂閱的預測(2020-2024) Worldwide Software License, Maintenance, and Subscription Forecast, 2020-2024
出版日期: 2020年07月29日內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages
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COVID-19的大流行迫使全球經濟迅速衰退,迫使公司瞭解如何遠程開展業務,使其更具彈性和敏捷性。強調了經常性收入和雲服務的價值,使您可以在任何地方工作。

該報告調查了全球軟件許可,維護和訂購預測,包括市場預測,增長和限制以及主要市場發展。

IDC市場預測圖

執行摘要

對技術供應商的建議

市場預測

市場情況

  • 成長與束縛
    • 生長因子
      • 從交易業務模型到訂閱業務模型的積極過渡
      • 數字化轉型仍然是採用雲技術的最強勁業務增長因素
      • 通過不斷發展的貨幣化應用程序促進更高水平的自動化和複雜的定價
    • 抑制因子
      • COVID-19大流行/經濟衰退
      • 難以改變大多數現有軟件公司的業務模式
      • 購買行為:需要某些客戶"擁有"軟件
  • 重要的市場發展
  • 與之前的預測相比發生的變化

市場定義

調查方法

相關調查

目錄
Product Code: US46248121

This IDC study provides IDC's forecast for the software license, maintenance, and subscription market."The COVID-19 pandemic quickly forced the world's economy into recession and forced companies to figure out how to conduct business remotely. This significantly highlighted the value of recurring revenue and cloud services, which make businesses more resilient and agile and enable the ability to work from anywhere," said Mark Thomason, research director for Digital Business Models and Monetization with IDC.

IDC Market Forecast Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Aggressive Transition from Transactional to Subscription Business Models Will Continue
      • Digital Transformation Will Remain the Strongest Business Driver for Cloud Adoption
      • Evolving Monetization Applications Will Drive Higher Levels of Automation and Sophisticated Pricing
    • Inhibitors
      • COVID-19 Pandemic/Economic Downturn
      • Changing Business Models Is Challenging for Most Existing Software Companies
      • Buying Behavior: The Desire to "Own" Software Is Important for Some Customers
  • Significant Market Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition

Methodology

Related Research