North American UPS Markets- SMB (Small Medium Business) Sector

 

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This study provides in-depth analysis on North America small medium business (SMB) purchase behaviour for UPSs. Included in this study is details on end user purchase environment, purchase habits and brand preferences, market sizing, market forecast, and competitive analysis.

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North American UPS Markets- SMB (Small Medium Business) Sector, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewResearch ObjectivesProduct DefinitionsNorth American Small Medium Business UPS Market OverviewSummary of Survey FindingsStrategic Analysis of the SMB North American UPS MarketMarket OverviewIntroductionMarket ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsForecasts and TrendsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Power RangeCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket Share AnalysisNorth American UPS Markets- SMB (Small Medium Business) Sector, Survey FindingsMethodology & SampleStudy BackgroundSample SegmentsJob ProfilesIndustry ProfilesCurrent ProtectionPrimary ProtectionEquipment Protected by UPS SystemsNumber of UPS Systems used Per EquipmentUPS TopologyCentralized versus Decentralized ProtectionUPS Power RangeSpending PatternAnnual Spending on UPS SystemsInvestment on UPS SystemsFuture Investments ProjectionsPurchase Flow ChartFlow ChartEnd User Need Assessment of UPS SystemPower Quality ProblemsPerceived NeedNeed AssessmentPurchase Decision MakerUpgrade Factors for UPS SystemsUpgrade Factors IntroductionUpgrade for RedundancyUpgrade for Better ManageabilityDecentralizationIncreased Power NeedsSummary of Upgrade FactorsMeasurement of ReliabilityIntroductionManufacturer SpecificationPast ExperienceBrand NamePublished ReviewsThird Party RecommendationFriend/Colleague RecommendationSummary of Reliability FactorsDesirable FeaturesFeatures IntroductionRemote ManagementBusiness Management SystemsSNMPWeb AdministrationParallel TaskingAutomatic Data BackupAutomatic Load BalancingEnhanced CompatibilityEasy ScalabilitySummary of Desirable FeaturesUPS Runtime Requirements Runtime Requirements IntroductionDesktops/WorkstationsPC PeripheralsNetwork ServersMainframesNetwork StorageNetwork EquipmentTelecom -EPABXTelecom -VoIPEmergency SystemsSelection CriteriaSelection Criteria IntroductionWide Range of Product FeaturesCompatibility with EquipmentBattery Replacement ServiceGood Reputation/ReviewPrompt Technical SupportEase of ScalabilityUpgrade OptionsSummary of Selection CriteriaChoice of ChannelsIntroductionChannel Selection of Small BusinessChannel Selection by Medium BusinessChannel Preference by ApplicationChannel Preference by Application (Part Two)Supplier PerformanceQuality of Products/ServiceProduct PerformanceValue for PriceDelivery TimeRange of OfferingsTechnical SupportWarrantySummary of Supplier PerformanceBrands PurchasedNorth American UPS Markets- SMB (Small Medium Business) Sector, Frost & Sullivan Awards for the North American SMB UPS MarketFrost & Sullivan 2005 AwardsCustomer Development Leadership AwardMarket Leadership AwardCustomer Satisfaction Award North American UPS Markets- SMB (Small Medium Business) Sector, Decision Support DatabaseDSDTotal Number of EnterprisesNumber of Small EnterprisesNumber of Medium EnterprisesNumber of Large EnterprisesBusiness PC Installed BaseTelecom Equipment Investments




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