Major changes are in the marketplace. Concepts like cloud-based ERP provide
newer options for end-users in this space. This report identifies factors for
a vendor wishing to succeed within the U.S. ERP market.
Table of Contents
- Contents: Summary of Findings
- Summary Findings
- Contents: Market Analysis
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Definitions
- Key Adoption Drivers
- ERP has evolved in recent years beyond core accounting to touch virtually
all business functions.
- The market is highly concentrated between the top two players.
- Top 2 players and pure cloud-plays are posting impressive revenue gains.
- Industry growth strategies emphasize three key themes - extend the base
business, optimize execution, and launch new business models.
- Building depth in the portfolio and extending market reach are top vendor
- Alternative product strategies have clear trade-offs in value to the
market and upside potential for vendors.
- Adoption trends suggest that ERP is a maturing technology category within
the U.S. mid-market.
- Firms invest in ERP to address a variety of business necessities at all
- Inventory-intensive businesses lead the market in ERP deployments.
- Further up-sell potential for ERP add-ons exist in select industries in
which the fit is high.
- Further up-sell potential for ERP add-ons penetration relatively low.
- Legacy ERP businesses and net-new buyers provide an addressable market of
almost 50,000 U.S. mid-market firms.
- Adding small businesses to the mix expands the market opportunity by an
additional 1.6 million enterprises.
- Contents: Appendix
- MICROSOFT DYNAMICS
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - BI & Analytics
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - CRM
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - EAM/ECM
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - EPM
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - ERP
- Acquisition Descriptions and Features - PLM
- App. Mgmt & Integration