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Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market 2011-2015

NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market 2011-2015

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TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global On-demand Enterprises Applications Software market to grow at a CAGR of 17.58 percent over the period 2011-2015. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the high demand for on-demand solutions among SMEs. The Global On-demand Enterprises Applications Software market has also been witnessing the increasing adoption across on-demand CRM software sub-segments. However, problems with customization and integration could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.

TechNavio's report, the Global On-demand Enterprises Applications Software Market 2011-2015, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global On-demand Enterprises Applications Software market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors dominating this space include IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp., Oracle Corp., and Salesforce.com Inc.

Other vendors mentioned in the report are: Workday Inc., Infor Global Solutions, Epicor Software Corp., Sage Software Inc., QAD Inc., Google Inc., SAP AG, NetSuite Inc., and Cisco Systems Inc.

Key questions answered in this report:

What will the market size be in 2015 and at what will be the growth rate?

What are key market trends?

What is driving this market?

What are the challenges to market growth?

Who are the key vendors in this market space?

What are the market opportunities and threats faced by key vendors?

What are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these key vendors?

You can request one free hour of analyst time when you purchase this report. Details provided within the report.

01. Executive Summary

02. Introduction

03. Market Coverage

Market Overview

Key Offerings

04. Market Landscape

04.1 Global Enterprise Applications Software Market

04.2 Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market

05. Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market Segmentation

05.1 Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market Segmentation

05.2 Global On-demand CRM Software Market

05.3 Global On-demand CCC Software Market

05.4 Global On-demand ERP Software Market

05.5 Global On-demand HRM Software Market

05.6 Global On-demand SCM Software Market

05.7 Global On-demand BI Software Market

05.8 Global On-demand PPM Software Market

05.9 Five Forces Analysis

06. End-user Segmentation

07. Geographical Segmentation

08. Key Leading Countries

The US

Germany

Japan

09. Vendor Landscape

09.1 Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market

09.2 Global On-demand CRM Software Market

09.3 Global On-demand CCC Software Market

09.4 Global On-demand ERP Software Market

09.5 Global On-demand HRM Software Market

09.6 Global On-demand SCM Software Market

09.7 Global On-demand BI Software Market

09.8 Global On-demand PPM Software Market

10. Buying Criteria

11. Market Growth Drivers

12. Drivers and Their Impact

13. Market Challenges

14. Impact of Drivers and Challenges

15. Market Trends

16. Key Vendor Analysis

16.1 Salesforce.com Inc.

Business Overview

Product Offerings

SWOT Analysis

16.2 Oracle Corp.

Business Overview

Product Offerings

SWOT Analysis

16.3 Microsoft Corp.

Business Overview

Product Offerings

SWOT Analysis

16.4 IBM Corp.

Business Overview

Product Offerings

SWOT Analysis

17. Other Reports in this Series

List of Exhibits:

Exhibit 1: Global Enterprise Applications Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 2: Global Enterprise Applications Software Market 2011-2015 (percent)

Exhibit 3: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 4: Global Enterprise Applications Software Market by Applications

Exhibit 5: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by Types of Application Software 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 6: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by Types of Application Software 2011

Exhibit 7: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by Types of Software 2011-2015 (percent)

Exhibit 8: Global On-demand Customer Relationship Management Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 9: Global On-demand Content, Communications, and Collaboration Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 10: Global On-demand Enterprise Resource Planning Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 11: Global On-demand Human Resource Management Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 12: Global On-demand Supply Chain Management Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 13: Global On-demand Business Intelligence Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 14: Global On-demand Project and Portfolio Management Software Market 2011-2015 (US$ billion)

Exhibit 15: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by End-user Segmentation 2011

Exhibit 16: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by Geographical Segmentation 2011

Exhibit 17: Global On-demand Enterprise Applications Software Market by Vendor Segmentation 2011

Exhibit 18: Global On-demand Customer Relationship Management Software Market by Vendor Segmentation 2011

Exhibit 19: Major Vendors in Global On-demand Content, Communications, and Collaboration Software Market

Exhibit 20: Global On-demand Enterprise Resource Planning Software Market by Vendor Ranking 2011

Exhibit 21: Global On-demand Human Resource Management Market by Vendor Segmentation 2011

Exhibit 22: Major Vendors in Global On-demand Supply Chain Management Software Market

Exhibit 23: Major Vendors in Global On-demand Business Intelligence Software Market

Exhibit 24: Major Vendors in Global On-demand Project and Portfolio Management Software Market

Exhibit 25: List of Acquisitions in Global On-demand HRM Software Segment

Exhibit 26: Business Segmentation of Salesforce.com Inc.

Exhibit 27: Business Segmentation of Oracle Corp.

Exhibit 28: Business Segmentation of Microsoft Corp.

Exhibit 29: Business Segmentation of IBM Corp.

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