Transformation and Growth Opportunities in the US Next-Generation Sequencing Informatics Market

Pharmaceutical and Molecular Diagnostics Segments to Lead Revenue Growth

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Frost & Sullivan expects strong demand for commercial application-focused solutions to drive new investments in the development of tools and technologies, and will also result in consolidation of the US next-generation sequencing informatics market. Changing customer requirements and intense competition will drive the transformation. As companies look to develop end-to-end informatics solutions focused on end-use applications, Frost & Sullivan expects a significant growth in mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships. At the same time, given the growing applications of healthcare Big Data tools in genomics data interpretation, the market is expected to witness the entry of several healthcare information technology majors over the next 5 to 7 years. This study, from Frost & Sullivan’s Life Science and Research Tools program, determines which customer segments will emerge as key opportunity areas through 2021. It identifies various opportunities across customer and market segments, determines unmet customer needs, and provides insights on approaches that can be taken by competitors to solve industry challenges. The report offers quantitative and qualitative assessments of revenue growth opportunities and calls to action across the pharmaceutical, academic lab, molecular diagnostics, and hospital lab spaces. It provides details about companies to watch, market drivers and restraints, and growth strategies for prospective market entrants.

Key questions this study will answer:
What are they opportunities that make this an attractive market with significant future revenue potential for companies?
What are the key success factors that will help companies remain relevant and competitive in this crowded market?
What do the current and prospective competitive landscapes look like? What approaches are players taking to counter competitive threats?
What is the growth potential for NGS informatics across the different customer segments?
What innovative approaches will replace current business models to overcome existing challenges?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Strategic Imperatives—Growth Opportunities
Strategic Imperatives—Opportunities in Diverse Customer Segments
Scope and Segmentation
Market Engineering Measurements
2. Market Definition and Overview
Market Definition—NGS Informatics
Industry Value Chain
Market Overview and Landscape
Market Segmentation
3. Market Drivers and Restraints
Key Market Drivers
More large-scale population sequencing projects
Increasing end-user investments in cloud-based informatics solutions
Decrease in NGS cost
Growth in clinical applications, especially in the pharmaceutical and molecular diagnostics industries
Key Market Restraints
Lack of a one-size-fits-all approach prevents the development of a standardized informatics tool
Regulatory barriers related to reimbursement and approval
Do-it-yourself and open source informatics tools
Intense, cost-based competition that negatively affects profit margins
4. Market Forecast and Trends
Market Engineering Measurements
Scenario-Contingent Market Projections
Growth Potential in Major Market Segments
5. Secondary Analysis Segment
Market Engineering Measurements
Revenue Forecast
6. Tertiary Analysis Segment
Market Engineering Measurements
Revenue Forecast
7. Storage Segment
Market Engineering Measurements
Revenue Forecast
8. Market Forecast for Key Customer Segments
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Segment—Revenue Forecast
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Segment—Pharmaceutical Major and NGS Informatics Company Partnerships
Molecular Diagnostics Segment—Revenue Forecast
Academic and Government Research Lab Segment—Revenue Forecast
Hospital Lab Segment—Revenue Forecast
Sequencing Service Provider Segment—Revenue Forecast
9. Key Market Trends and Impact on Business
Key Market Trends and Impact on Business
10. Top Predictions for the Market
Top Predictions for the NGS Informatics Market
11. Growth Opportunity Analysis
Growth Opportunity 1—End-to-End Informatics and Clinical Reporting Solutions
Growth Opportunity 2—Big Data Analytics Tools for Clinical Interpretation of Sequencing Data
Growth Opportunity 3—Development of Clinical-Application Focused NGS Informatics Products
Growth Opportunity 4—Offering Multi-Omics Platforms Along with NGS Informatics Tools
Growth Opportunity 5—Revenue Growth Opportunity in Precision Medicine
Growth Opportunity 6—High-Speed Analysis Platforms
12. Growth Opportunity Matrix
Growth Opportunity Matrix—Key Opportunities and Impact on Business
13. Competitive Analysis
Competitive Factor Assessment
Competitive Environment
Competitive Landscape and Benchmarking
Partnership and Collaboration Mapping of Secondary Analysis Companies
Partnership and Collaboration Mapping of Tertiary Analysis Companies
Benchmarking of Secondary Analysis Companies Based on Key Competitive Factors
Benchmarking of Tertiary Analysis Companies Based on Key Competitive Factors
Mergers and Acquisitions
14. Companies to Watch
Fabric Genomics
Edico Genome
Bina Technologies (Roche)
Qiagen
Illumina (BaseSpace)
Seven Bridges Genomics
PierianDx
SolveBio
DNAnexus
Bluebee Genomics
15. Conclusion
Growth Strategies for Existing NGS Informatics Providers
Growth Strategies for Prospective Entrants
Legal Disclaimer
16. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology

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List of Figures & Charts

1. NGS Informatics Market: US Growth Opportunities
2. NGS Informatics Market: Opportunities by Customer Segment, US, 2017–2021
3. NGS Informatics Market: Key Market Drivers, US, 2017–2021
4. NGS Informatics Market: Key Market Restraints, US, 2017–2021
5. NGS Informatics Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
6. NGS Informatics Market: Revenue Forecast Scenario Analysis, US, 2016, 2019, and 2021
7. NGS Informatics Market: Growth Potential in Targeted Customer Segments, US, 2016–2021
8. Secondary Analysis Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
9. Tertiary Analysis Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
10. Storage Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
11. Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Segment: Recent Partnerships
12. NGS Informatics Market: Trends and Business Impact, US, 2017–2021
13. NGS Informatics Market: Growth Opportunity Matrix, US, 2017–2021
14. NGS Informatics Market: Key Competitive Factors, US, 2016
15. NGS Informatics Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2016


1. NGS Informatics Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
2. NGS Informatics Market: Segmentation, US, 2016
3. NGS Informatics Market: Revenue Breakdown by Segment, US, 2016
4. NGS Informatics Market: Revenue Forecast Scenario Analysis, US, 2016–2021
5. Secondary Analysis Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
6. Tertiary Analysis Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
7. Storage Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
8. Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
9. Precision Medicine Market: Market Value by Key Segment, Global, 2016 and 2021
10. Molecular Diagnostics Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
11. Biomarkers Market: Revenue Forecast by Technology, Global, 2016 and 2021
12. Academic and Government Research Lab Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
13. Hospital Lab Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
14. Sequencing Service Provider Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016–2021
15. NGS Services Segment: Revenue Forecast, US, 2016 and 2021



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