Asia-Pacific Hosted/Cloud Contact Center Market, Forecast to 2025

Asia-Pacific Hosted/Cloud Contact Center Market, Forecast to 2025

Market Demand is on the Rise, Primarily Driven by the Shift toward an OPEX Model, Flexibility, and Scalability

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20-Mar-2020
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PAB0-01-00-00-00
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While most companies in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to explore the Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) model, many of them would look for ways to increase the returns on their investment from their existing infrastructures. These companies are likely to adopt hybrid solutions, as established system vendors start offering more deployment options. The contact center market will continue to shift from systems toward cloud solutions. Solution providers will need to focus on clearly articulating upgrade strategies and life cycle road maps that will allow for the provision of effective omnichannel customer support.

Integrating new contact channels (e.g., mobile contact, chat, and social media) and developing omnichannel customer experience strategies will be the top drivers that will encourage companies to move to the cloud. In this regard, interactive voice response (IVR) will be of significant interest. Although many had predicted the demise of IVR, it is still a growing channel that is acquiring new capabilities, such as text response, speech enablement, and application in virtual assistant scenarios.

Contact center analytics is expected to be a strong growth area for most vendors. Enterprises are increasingly seeking to source end-to-end analytics solutions from their primary contact center infrastructure or workforce optimization vendors. Newer options such as robotic process automation, Big Data, and the Internet of Things (IoT) will continue to drive growth during the forecast period.

This study is on contact centers that are hosted or in the cloud. A hosted contact center is a network-based contact center service, whereby the service provider hosts the contact center infrastructure and leases out the functionalities, applications, and features to end users. Cloud-based contact centers refer to the provision of contact center functionalities, such as voice and applications, through an ’as a service’ model. The solution is delivered over the Internet from a multi-tenant infrastructure owned by a service provider.

This report analyzes the overall market size as of 2018, the base year, and provides forecasts until 2025 for regions/countries in APAC, including Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Greater China, India, Japan, and South Korea. It also analyzes demand-side revenue by the size of hosting (50–200 seats, less than 50 seats, and more than 200 seats), type of requirement (expansion, new contact center, and overflow), and horizontal (large, medium, and small enterprises). All revenue and market share figures represent Frost & Sullivan’s estimates based on primary and secondary research and analysis. Previous year’s market size and market share estimates, if revised, are updated in this study.

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While most companies in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to explore the Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) model, many of them would look for ways to increase the returns on their investment from their existing infrastructures. These companies are likely to adopt hybrid solutions, as established system vendors start offering more deployment options. The contact center market will continue to shift from systems toward cloud solutions. Solution providers will need to focus on clearly articulating upgrade strategies and life cycle road maps that will allow for the provision of effective omnichannel customer support. Integrating new contact channels (e.g., mobile contact, chat, and social media) and developing omnichannel customer experience strategies will be the top drivers that will encourage companies to move to the cloud. In this regard, interactive voice response (IVR) will be of significant interest. Although many had predicted the demise of IVR, it is still a growing channel that is acquiring new capabilities, such as text response, speech enablement, and application in virtual assistant scenarios. Contact center analytics is expected to be a strong growth area for most vendors. Enterprises are increasingly seeking to source end-to-end analytics solutions from their primary contact center infrastructure or workforce optimization vendors. Newer options such as robotic process automation, Big Data, and the Internet of Things (IoT) will continue to drive growth during the forecast period. This study is on contact centers that are hosted or in the cloud. A hosted contact center is a network-based contact center service, whereby the service provider hosts the contact center infrastructure and leases out the functionalities, applications, and features to end users. Cloud-based contact centers refer to the provision of contact center functionalities, such as voice and applications, through an ’as a service’ model. The solution is delivered over the Internet from a multi-tenant infrastructure owned by a service provider. This report analyzes the overall market size as of 2018, the base year, and provides forecasts until 2025 for regions/countries in APAC, including Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Greater China, India, Japan, and South Korea. It also analyzes demand-side revenue by the size of hosting (50–200 seats, less than 50 seats, and more than 200 seats), type of requirement (expansion, new contact center, and overflow), and horizontal (large, medium, and small enterprises). All revenue and market share figures represent Frost & Sullivan’s estimates based on primary and secondary research and analysis. Previous year’s market size and market share estimates, if revised, are updated in this study.
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