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12 Nov 2015  |  Latin America
Case Studies Indicate the Concept is Slowly Gaining Traction in the Region
While many cities claim to be in the process of becoming smart cities, most of their initiatives center on green concepts only. The goal of a smart city is to solve major problems through modern management and greater interaction between citizens and institutions to achieve a better quality of life. Frost & Sullivan has identified 8 parameters that...
17 Mar 2015  |  Latin America
A New Internet RevolutionThe Connected World
The Internet of Things is an emerging concept based on the vision of a fully connected world. Seamless connectivity between things, people, processes, and data anywhere, anytime, and in any condition is the ultimate goal. This market insight maps the Latin American IoT market by presenting a market overview, opportunities for several industry verti...
20 Feb 2015  |  Latin America
Current Scenario and Future Perspectives of Big Data Projects in Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia
The objective of the study is to present the current scenario and future insights of the Big Data market in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. The study gives an overview of the Big Data Analytics market, exposing its drivers and restrains in the region and also a section with the perception and interest of 313 Brazilian companies.
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30 Jan 2015  |  Latin America
Use of Technology Will Help Healthcare to Deliver Enhanced Care
In this study, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas across the healthcare sector where the benefits of technology are most acutely felt. It analyzes the key drivers and restraints for technology adoption by the healthcare institutions as well as identifies major IT trends in the healthcare sector in Brazil such as mobility, cloud computing, market...
27 Jan 2015  |  Latin America
Changing the Way Companies Run their Business
In this market insight, Frost & Sullivan maps the Latin American Cloud Computing market by providing the market revenue forecast from 2015 to 2017 segmented into platform as a service, software as a service, and infrastructure as a service. It also presents a revenue breakdown for the main countries of the region including Brazil, Mexico, Argentina...
12 Jan 2015  |  Latin America
Trends and Opportunities in the Brazilian MDM Market
Due to high growth rates, the Brazilian MDM market has attracted the attention of companies that provide this service. The CAGR is expected to be 11.9% from 2014 to 2020 as MDM is a new trend that is mainly driven by BYOD and providers looking to secure new revenue sources. The objectives of this study are to provide an overview of the Brazilian...
16 Dec 2014  |  Latin America
Colombia, Mexico, and Central America & the Caribbean Drive Growth for the Region
The contact center outsourcing services market in Latin America is expected to attain growth through the end of 2014, driven by a strong performance from regions such as Colombia, Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean, and Peru. While domestic business in the region is predicted to grow at a moderate rate, the offshore services provided from Lati...
27 Oct 2014  |  Latin America
How Technology Impacts the Retail Sector in the Customer Era
In this Hot Topic, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas across the retail sector where the benefits of technology are most acutely felt. It analyzes the key drivers and restraints for technology adoption by retailers and identifies major IT trends in the sector in Brazil, such as online commerce, social networks, RFID, analytics and omni channel i...
10 Sep 2014  |  Latin America
New Tech-based Business Models Transform Teaching and Learning
The Brazilian education sector is in the global spotlight, capturing the attention of foreign and local investors as well as companies within the sector, and, in turn, driving intense merger and acquisition (M&A) and investment activity. In this hot topic, Frost & Sullivan identifies key areas where the benefits of technology in education are most ...
20 Aug 2014  |  Latin America
Companies Win 3 WaysOperational Costs Drop, Productivity Rises, and Customer Interaction Improves
The development of new, diverse channels such as the interactive voice response (IVR), social media, chat, and short message service (SMS) has driven customers to demand more qualified, personalized services, which has led to a greater adoption of virtual agent (VA) applications. Furthermore, specifically in Brazil, the increase in purchase power h...