The analytical instrumentation industry is driven by the need for productive solution that reduces the total operating costs for a customer. Advanced analytical technologies that enable faster analysis will help customers to achieve high productivity in their operations. Key manufacturers are trying to merge with companies to strengthen their product portfolio with additional offerings and to have a solid presence in all market segments. By this, companies are transforming to offer their customers a total solution from basic product offering. Solution selling is the way forward as customers value it and it also increases the revenue generated by vendors. For example, Pharmaceutical industry, which cannot survive without analytical instruments for their routine operations, has requirements for sophisticated equipment that will help them to meet tightening regulations. End users’ demand push manufacturers to offer sophisticated equipment that resolves customers’ day-to-day challenges.
Frost & Sullivan’s Analytical Instrumentation Market sector provides in-depth analysis of the global industry trends either through syndicated research or growth consulting. This program also assists companies in understanding key market scenarios and trends such as:
- New Changing Business Models: Pay-Per-Use Model, Platform-based Partnership, Value for Many
- Service Trends: Product as a Service, Profit-Centric Value Added Services
- Internet of Things: Adoption of IoT in the analytical field for faster analysis
- Dedicated Product Focus: Chromatography, Spectroscopy, Material Analysis, LIMS, Mass Spectrometry, Gas Analyzers, Microscopy and many more
21 Jul 2020  |  North America
Benchmarking Future Growth Potential
The Internet of Things (IoT) is now an important component of digital transformation across industries. With its core concepts revolving around real-time connectivity and advanced data analytics, IoT is poised to provide benefits, such as real-time asset and process monitoring, cloud connectivity, asset mobility, remote tracking and controlling, pr...
16 Jul 2019  |  North America
Price and Quality of Service are Key Purchasing Criteria
The overall research objective is to understand customers’ purchase behavior and other aspects of involvement in the analytical instrumentation market. From pharmaceutical end users to water and wastewater, chemical and petrochemical, metals and mining, food and beverage, and oil and gas end users, this research understands their requirements for...
10 Jun 2019  |  North America
Impact Analysis of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the Global Analytical Instrumentation Market, 2018
IoT will Lead to Innovation Across the Value Chain–from Product Conception to Synergies Among Various Business Stakeholders
Although the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a buzzword for a long time, its penetration in the analytical instrumentation market has been limited when compared to other industrial markets. With key end users in the pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and government sectors, the market proceeds with great caution (in terms of technology) as it de...
05 Nov 2018  |  North America
Enterprise Cloud-based Asset Management Platforms Will Drive Growth
Many organizations in the clinical, laboratory, and facilities sectors still rely on labor-intensive and manual systems for equipment recording, compliance, and risk management operations. The existing average utilization rate is 60% across instrument types in the life sciences space. This means that more than half of all inventories either have mi...
15 Apr 2015  |  North America
Growing Need for Improved Material Characterization and Manufacturing Efficiency will Drive Investments
The research service provides an in-depth analysis of the global analytical X-ray instrumentation market. The market is segmented into X-ray diffractometer (XRF), energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (ED XRF), and wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence (WD XRF). The study provides market revenue, trends, competitive landscape, market share, regio...