Global Enterprise Communications Platforms and Endpoints Market, Forecast to 2025

Global Enterprise Communications Platforms and Endpoints Market, Forecast to 2025

Communications Vendors Address Changing Business Needs and Rising Demand for Hybrid and Cloud Solutions

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18-Jul-2019
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Global
Research Code: K365-01-00-00-00
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This strategic analysis is a part of Frost & Sullivan’s continued coverage of the global enterprise communications platforms and endpoints market as well as the broader, overall enterprise communications marketplace. In this Excel-based deliverable, Frost & Sullivan provides extensive market sizing and market share analysis of the on-premises enterprise communications platforms marketplace as well as IP endpoints deployment in all business deployments. This analysis is primarily focused on communications platforms, IP-based and traditional TDM desk phones, DECT phones, VoWLAN phones, desktop software clients, mobile unified communications clients, as well as voice mail and unified messaging systems. or each of these elements, Frost & Sullivan identified key market dynamics - drivers that are contributing to the growth of the market and restraints that are deterring market penetration and revenue growth.

The common theme across all major enterprise communications vendors continues to be declining premises-based system sales. Deployments of hosted/ cloud-based communications solutions keep on growing and moving up market, compelling premises-based solution vendors to divide attention between on cloud/hosted and on-premises platforms. IT departments are also under constant pressure to cut costs, which is leading to declining hardware prices and reduced interest in CAPEX-based solutions. In addition, new cloud-based software communications an collaboration offerings and consumption models have been gradually visibly taking momentum from traditional on-premises IP desktop communications client licenses sales. A new wave of all-in-one cloud-based communications and collaboration services (including team messaging, team spaces, conferencing, VoIP, gamification elements, etc.) have been considerably changing the way people communicate in the enterprise space, increasing the number of PC-to-PC communications, and visibly taking market share away from traditional desktop communications client licenses. Each of these challenges has been requiring a response from established communications vendors, in terms of pricing or business models, cloud-augmented or hybrid solutions, or their own transition to cloud-based services. Aggressive market participants will also continue to seek out an additional install base of customers through M&A activity.

All revenue and market share figures represent Frost & Sullivan estimates, based on primary and secondary research and analysis. The study tracks line licenses, desktop and mobile communications clients, and voice messaging platforms used exclusively in premises-based telephony deployments. However, IP desktop phone estimates include both premises-based and hosted/cloud communications deployments. Revenue figures exclude revenues associated with maintenance, managed services, hosted/cloud services, and professional services, and represent manufacturer-level sales of communications platforms and endpoints. The key metrics included in this study are yearly unit shipments, revenue, competitive market shares, and forecasts. All estimates are provided based on a global view. The base year for this study is 2018, with forecasts included for 2019 through 2025.

Author: Alaa Saayed

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Growth Opportunities in the Global Enterprise Communications Platforms and Endpoints Market

  • Market Analysis
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This strategic analysis is a part of Frost & Sullivan’s continued coverage of the global enterprise communications platforms and endpoints market as well as the broader, overall enterprise communications marketplace. In this Excel-based deliverable, Frost & Sullivan provides extensive market sizing and market share analysis of the on-premises enterprise communications platforms marketplace as well as IP endpoints deployment in all business deployments. This analysis is primarily focused on communications platforms, IP-based and traditional TDM desk phones, DECT phones, VoWLAN phones, desktop software clients, mobile unified communications clients, as well as voice mail and unified messaging systems. or each of these elements, Frost & Sullivan identified key market dynamics - drivers that are contributing to the growth of the market and restraints that are deterring market penetration and revenue growth. The common theme across all major enterprise communications vendors continues to be declining premises-based system sales. Deployments of hosted/ cloud-based communications solutions keep on growing and moving up market, compelling premises-based solution vendors to divide attention between on cloud/hosted and on-premises platforms. IT departments are also under constant pressure to cut costs, which is leading to declining hardware prices and reduced interest in CAPEX-based solutions. In addition, new cloud-based software communications an collaboration offerings and consumption models have been gradually visibly taking momentum from traditional on-premises IP desktop communications client licenses sales. A new wave of all-in-one cloud-based communications and collaboration services (including team messaging, team spaces, conferencing, VoIP, gamification elements, etc.) have been considerably changing the way people communicate in the enterprise space, increasing the number of PC-to-PC communications, and visibly taking market share away from traditional desktop communications client licenses. Each of these challenges has been requiring a response from established communications vendors, in terms of pricing or business models, cloud-augmented or hybrid solutions, or their own transition to cloud-based services. Aggressive market participants will also continue to seek out an additional install base of customers through M&A activity. All revenue and market share figures represent Frost & Sullivan estimates, based on primary and secondary research and analysis. The study tracks line licenses, desktop and mobile communications clients, and voice messaging platforms used exclusively in premises-based telephony deployments. However, IP desktop phone estimates include both premises-based and hosted/cloud communications deployments. Revenue figures exclude revenues associated with maintenance, managed services, hosted/cloud services, and professional services, and represent manufacturer-level sales of communications platforms and endpoints. The key metrics included in this study are yearly unit shipments, revenue, competitive market shares, and forecasts. All estimates are provided based on a global view. The base year for this study is 2018, with forecasts included for 2019 through 2025. Author: Alaa Saayed
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Author Alaa Saayed
Industries Telecom
WIP Number K365-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9528-C1,9535-C3,9717-C3,9526-C1,9705-C1,9610,9656,9724