Strategic Analysis of the Global MES Market

Regional Trends Stimulate Growth, with Sustainable Profits from Installed Base-related Services

The pressing need to replicate manufacturing plants and facilities across global locations and the requirements to minimize costs associated with the downtime of production operations has resulted in end users looking for cost-effective, off-the-self manufacturing execution systems (MES) that are equipped to tackle complex environments and increase overall production efficiency, productivity, and visibility. As new technologies such as cloud, industrial mobility, and Big Data analytics gain traction in the current setup, this research service provides a detailed analysis of key MES market dynamics that are fueling growth, vertical market bifurcation, in-depth competitive landscapes, and regional trends that affect adoption.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewScope of StudyMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Key Questions This Study Will AnswerIndustry SegmentationProduct Segmentation Region Segmentation Market Distribution ChannelsDrivers and Restraints—Total MES MarketMarket DriversMarket Drivers (continued)Drivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Total MES MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Market Engineering Measurements (continued)Forecast AssumptionsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionKey Geographic Trends and HotspotsRevenue Forecast by Region DiscussionRevenue Forecast by Industry Revenue Forecast by Industry Discussion Percent Revenue Forecast by Distribution ChannelPercent Revenue Forecast by Distribution Channel Discussion Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total MES MarketMarket ShareMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentCompetitor Analysis—Schneider ElectricCompetitor Analysis—Schneider Electric (continued)Competitor Analysis—Schneider Electric (continued)Competitor Analysis—Schneider Electric (continued)Competitor Analysis—ABBCompetitor Analysis—ABB (continued)Competitor Analysis—ABB (continued)Competitor Analysis—ABB (continued)Competitor Analysis—Siemens AGCompetitor Analysis—Siemens AG (continued)Competitor Analysis—Siemens AG (continued)Competitor Analysis—Siemens AG (continued)Competitor Analysis—Other Key CompetitorsGrowth Hypotheses—Total MES MarketGrowth HypothesesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Current SituationGrowth Hypothesis 1—Current Situation (continued)Growth Hypothesis 1—ChallengesGrowth Hypothesis 1—ProblemsGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Tool IntroductionGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Tool Introduction (continued)Growth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Scale for Tier I CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Index for Tier I CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Exhibit for Tier I CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Scale for Tier II CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Index for Tier II CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 1—Solutions: CAMP Exhibit for Tier II and III CompaniesGrowth Hypothesis 2—Current SituationGrowth Hypothesis 2—ChallengesGrowth Hypothesis 2—ProblemsGrowth Hypothesis 2—SolutionsGrowth Hypothesis 3—Current SituationGrowth Hypothesis 3—ChallengesGrowth Hypothesis 3—ProblemsGrowth Hypothesis 3—Solutions Growth Hypothesis 4—Current Situation Growth Hypothesis 4—ChallengesGrowth Hypothesis 4—ProblemsGrowth Hypothesis 4—SolutionsEnd-user Analysis—Total MES MarketEnd-user Analysis by IndustryEnd-user Analysis by RegionEnd-user Analysis DiscussionMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsImpact of Mega Trends on the MES MarketMega Trend Impact on the MES MarketMega Trends Explained CEO’s 360 Degree Perspective on the MES MarketCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveIndustry AnalysisIndustry OverviewProcess Industry AnalysisProcess Industry—Key FindingsProcess Industry—Market Engineering MeasurementsProcess Industry—Revenue ForecastProcess Industry—Revenue Forecast DiscussionProcess Industry—Revenue Forecast by VerticalOil and Gas Vertical—General TrendsOil and Gas Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsOil and Gas Vertical—Market AnalysisOil and Gas Vertical—Case StudyChemical Vertical—General TrendsChemical Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsChemical Vertical—Market AnalysisChemical Vertical—Case StudyMetals and Mining Vertical—General TrendsMetals and Mining Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsMetals and Mining Vertical—Market AnalysisMetals and Mining Vertical—Case StudyPower and Utilities Vertical—General TrendsPower and Utilities Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsPower and Utilities Vertical—Market AnalysisPower and Utilities Vertical—Case StudyWater and Wastewater Vertical—General Trends Water and Wastewater Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsWater and Wastewater Vertical—Market AnalysisWater and Wastewater Vertical—Case StudyDiscrete Industry AnalysisDiscrete Industry—Key FindingsDiscrete Industry—Market Engineering MeasurementsDiscrete Industry—Revenue ForecastDiscrete Industry—Revenue Forecast DiscussionDiscrete Industry—Revenue Forecast by VerticalAutomotive Vertical—General TrendsAutomotive Vertical—Impact of MES Solutions Automotive Vertical—Market AnalysisAutomotive Vertical—Case StudyAerospace and Defense Vertical—General TrendsAerospace and Defense Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsAerospace and Defense Vertical—Market AnalysisAerospace and Defense Vertical—Case StudyMedical Devices Vertical—General Trends Medical Devices Vertical— Impact of MES SolutionsMedical Devices Vertical—Market AnalysisMedical Devices Vertical—Case StudySolar and Photovoltaic Cells Vertical—General TrendsSolar and Photovoltaic Cells Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsSolar and Photovoltaic Cells Vertical—Market Analysis Solar and Photovoltaic Cells Vertical—Case StudySemiconductor and Electronics Vertical—General TrendsSemiconductor and Electronics Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsSemiconductor and Electronics Vertical—Market AnalysisSemiconductor and Electronics Vertical—Case StudyHybrid Industry AnalysisHybrid Industry—Key FindingsHybrid Industry—Market Engineering MeasurementsHybrid Industry—Revenue ForecastHybrid Industry—Revenue Forecast DiscussionHybrid Industry—Revenue Forecast by VerticalFood and Beverage Vertical—General TrendsFood and Beverage Vertical—Impact of MES SolutionsFood and Beverages Vertical—Market AnalysisFood and Beverage Vertical—Case StudyPulp and Paper Vertical—General TrendsPulp and Paper Vertical—Impact of MES Solutions Pulp and Paper Vertical—Market AnalysisPulp and Paper Vertical—Case StudyPharmaceutical and Life Sciences Vertical—General TrendsPharmaceutical and Life Sciences Vertical—Impact of MES Solutions Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Vertical—Market AnalysisPharmaceutical and Life Sciences Vertical—Case Study Product AnalysisProduct OverviewSoftware Segment AnalysisSoftware Segment—Key Findings Software Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsSoftware Segment—Revenue ForecastSoftware Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionServices Segment AnalysisServices Segment—Key Findings Services Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsServices Segment—Revenue ForecastServices Segment—Revenue Forecast DiscussionRegional AnalysisRegional OverviewNorth America AnalysisNA—Key FindingsNA—Revenue ForecastNA—Revenue Forecast DiscussionNA—General Trends in the Manufacturing SectorEurope, Middle East, and Africa BreakdownEMEA—Key Findings EMEA—Revenue ForecastEMEA—Revenue Forecast DiscussionEMEA—General Trends in the Manufacturing SectorAsia-Pacific BreakdownAPAC—Key FindingsAPAC—Revenue ForecastAPAC—Revenue Forecast DiscussionAPAC—General Trends in the Manufacturing SectorRest of World BreakdownROW—Key FindingsROW—Revenue ForecastROW—Revenue Forecast DiscussionROW—General Trends in the Manufacturing SectorThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on the MES MarketList of Other Market ParticipantsList of Other Market Participants (continued)List of Other Market Participants (continued)Partial List of Companies InterviewedLearn More—Next StepsAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedSchneider Electric Corporation (Post Invensys Acquisition)Schneider Electric Corporation (Post Invensys Acquisition) (continued)Company Profile—ABBCompany Profile—ABB (continued)Company Profile—Siemens AGCompany Profile—Siemens AG (continued)Company Profile—Honeywell International Inc.Company Profile—Honeywell International, Inc. (continued)Company Profile—GE Intelligent PlatformsCompany Profile—Yokogawa MarexCompany Profile—Rockwell AutomationCompany Profile—SAP AGCompany Profile—SAP AG (continued)Company Profile—OracleCompany Profile—Oracle (continued)Company Profile—Emerson Process Management Co. Ltd. Company Profile—Apriso Corp. (Dassault Systémes)Company Profile—Apriso Corp. (Dassault Systémes) (continued)Company Profile—Camstar Systems Inc. Company Profile—Camstar Systems Inc. (continued) Company Profile—Applied Materials Inc.Company Profile—Korber Group (Werum IT Solutions GmbH)Company Profile—Korber Group (Werum IT Solutions GmbH) (continued)Company Profile: Miracom Inc. Co., LtdCompany Profile—Miracom Inc. Co., Ltd (continued)Company Profile—Forcam GmbH Company Profile—Forcam GmbH (continued)Company Profile—Eyelit Inc.Company Profile—Eyelit Inc. (continued)Company Profile—Lighthouse Systems Ltd. Company Profile—Lighthouse Systems Ltd. (continued)Company Profile—Toyo Business Engineering CorporationCompany Profile—Critical ManufacturingCompany Profile—Critical Manufacturing (continued)

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