Cloud in European Vertical Markets

Expected Evolution of Cloud Adoption in the Retail, Manufacturing, and Energy/Utilities Sectors

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Globally, enterprises are moving their IT infrastructure to the cloud, aiming to benefit from advantages of scalability and cost. However, the rate of adoption of cloud is varied with some sectors quick to implement the cloud and others choosing a more gradual approach. In this study, Frost & Sullivan discusses the pace of cloud adoption in 3 sectors – retail, manufacturing, and energy – which exhibit different trends of cloud implementation. The study also highlights the challenges encountered by the energy, retail, and manufacturing verticals and how implementation of cloud can help improve overall efficiency.

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Executive SummaryState of Cloud Adoption Among Vertical SectorsState of Cloud Adoption Among Vertical Sectors (continued)Retail SectorImportance of Technology for the Success of Retail Importance of Technology for the Success of Retail (continued)Challenges in the Retail SectorChallenges in the Retail Sector (continued)Cloud Technologies Address Retail Sector’s ChallengesAreas for Cloud Implementation in the Retail SectorCore Applications in the Retail SectorCore Applications in the Retail Sector (continued)Pace of Cloud Adoption Among RetailersCloud Deployment in the Retail SectorCloud Deployment in the Retail Sector (continued)Drivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints Explained Restraints Explained (continued)Case Studies: NetSuiteCase Studies: ConcretePlatformCloud Adoption in TescoCloud Adoption in Tesco (continued)Thoughts on Cloud Adoption in the Retail SectorThoughts on Cloud Adoption in the Retail Sector (continued)Manufacturing SectorRole of ICT in the Manufacturing SectorRole of ICT in the Manufacturing Sector (continued)Challenges in the Manufacturing SectorCloud Technologies Address Manufacturers’ ChallengesCloud Implementation in ManufacturingCloud Implementation in Manufacturing (continued)Cloud Implementation in Manufacturing (continued)Pace of Cloud Adoption in the Manufacturing SectorPace of Cloud Adoption in the Manufacturing Sector (continued)Pace of Cloud Adoption in the Manufacturing Sector (continued)Key Industry Participants for Cloud in ManufacturingDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Case Studies: Plex SystemsPlex Systems and Shape CorpThoughts on Cloud Adoption in the Manufacturing SectorEnergy/Utilities SectorICT in the Energy/Utilities SectorICT in the Energy/Utilities Sector (continued)Forces Behind Transition to the CloudReadiness—Usability Cases InvestigatedReadiness—Usability Cases Investigated (continued)Readiness—Usability Cases Investigated (continued)Adoption of Cloud in the Utility Sector (Stages)Areas for Implementation—Growth Opportunities for Cloud VendorsAreas for Implementation—Growth Opportunities for Cloud Vendors (continued)Smart Metering and Customer Analytics—Growth Opportunities ExplainedSmart Metering and Customer Analytics—Growth Opportunities Explained (continued)Grid Analytics Services and Energy Trading—Growth Opportunities ExplainedDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Case Studies: ESBCase Studies: ESB (continued)Emergence of Vertical-oriented Vendors—IBM Emergence of Vertical-oriented Vendors—IBM (continued)Thoughts for Cloud Adoption in the Energy Sector ConclusionConcluding ThoughtsConcluding Thoughts (continued)Concluding Thoughts (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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