ICT Opportunities Across European Vertical Markets

Mapping Technology Adoption Across Connected Industries

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This research service complements a recent market engineering report (MA35-67) on the total ICT spending in connected industries in Europe. It examines the drivers for ICT adoption in key industries, as well as how key technology trends influence different industries. Beyond the race to capture Connected Car in the automotive sector, other industries offer significant potential for the ICT community. These are energy and utilities, healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing. The ICT winners must be agile in organisation, technology portfolio, and acquisition of customers.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsImplications for ICT Industry Participants2014 ICT Spending Across Connected Industries Factors Shaping Vertical Market InvestmentsICT Spending and Percent Spending to Nominal GDPICT Spending by IndustryICT Spending by Industries (continued) ICT Spending by ICT ComponentsICT Spending by CountryTop 9 Countries in ICT SpendingQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected IndustriesICT Opportunities in Connected IndustriesQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected Industries—ICTTechnology Drivers in the ICT IndustryTop 4 Drivers ExplainedDrivers for Communications Hardware SpendingICT Spending in the ICT Industry by ICT ComponentsQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected Industries—Energy & Utilities Technology Drivers in the Energy & Utilities IndustryTop 4 Drivers ExplainedExamples of Energy & Utilities Investment PlansICT Spending in the Energy & Utilities Industry by ICT ComponentsQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected Industries—Healthcare Technology Drivers in the Healthcare IndustryTop 5 Drivers ExplainedKey Stakeholders in Healthcare and Related ApplicationsICT Spending in the Healthcare Industry by ICT ComponentsQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected Industries—Manufacturing Technology Drivers in the Manufacturing IndustryTop 4 Drivers ExplainedICT Spending in the Manufacturing Industry by ICT ComponentsQuantifying Strategic ICT Opportunities Across Connected Industries—TransportationTechnology Drivers in the Transportation IndustryTop 4 Drivers ExplainedTotal ICT Spending in the Transportation Industry by ICT ComponentsQuantifying Tactical Opportunities Across Connected Industries—By ICT ComponentsICT Spending by IndustriesTechnology Impact on ICT ComponentsTechnology Impact on Communications ServicesTechnology Impact on IT HardwareTechnology Impact on IT SoftwareTechnology Impact on IT ServicesQuantifying Tactical Opportunities Across Connected Industries—By Selected CountriesICT Spending by Geographic RegionsTop 10 ICT Spending by CAGR—GermanyICT Spending by Industries and ICT Components—GermanyTop 10 ICT Spending by CAGR—PolandICT Spending by Industries and ICT Components—PolandTop 10 ICT Spending by CAGR—UKICT Spending by Industries and ICT Components—UKICT Opportunities Appendix 1—ICT Spending Market Forecast MethodologyICT Spending Market Forecast MethodologyAppendix 2—Market Engineering Industry and ICT Component Scope Industry DefinitionsIndustry Definitions (continued)Industry Definitions (continued)Industry Definitions (continued)ICT Component DefinitionsAppendix 3—Technology Drivers DefinitionsTechnology Driver DefinitionsTechnology Driver Definitions (continued)Technology Driver Definitions (continued)Appendix 4—Technology Drivers on Connected Industries Technology Drivers in the Construction IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Education IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Financial Services IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Government IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Hospitality & Leisure IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Natural Resources IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Professional Services IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Retail IndustryTechnology Drivers in the Wholesale & Distribution IndustryLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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