ファシリティマネジメント (FM) のアジア太平洋市場における成長機会：2023年までの予測
Growth Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Facilities Management Market, Forecast to 2023
|発行||Frost & Sullivan||商品コード||917439|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 64 Pages
|ファシリティマネジメント (FM) のアジア太平洋市場における成長機会：2023年までの予測 Growth Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Facilities Management Market, Forecast to 2023|
|出版日: 2019年11月08日||ページ情報: 英文 64 Pages||
当レポートでは、アジア太平洋のファシリティマネジメント (FM) 市場における成長促進要因、成長抑制要因、予測、動向および競合情勢について詳細に分析し、地域別の市場分析、主な成長機会の分析などを提供しています。
Adapting to Evolving Demands is Key to Capturing Market Presence
The Asia-Pacific facilities management (FM) market is enjoying stable growth, primarily supported by rapid FM development in developing markets and offset by low growth in mature markets. The increasing outsourcing culture and growing asset base due to construction activity and greater familiarity of information technologies across most corporations are expanding the penetrable FM market base. In addition, the growing need for cost efficiency from some end-user sectors and upcoming trends on energy efficiency and changes in the workplace, are positively shifting market development.
However, market development is affected when large, conservative end-users delay acceptance of sophisticated FM propositions, or even outsourcing in general. The lack of market standardization and the shortage of skilled personnel dampen possible market development. Furthermore, budget restriction and financial pressure, particularly in non-critical FM expenditure, together with market saturation witnessed in certain segments or country markets, are impacting overall market development.
Asia-Pacific observes growth contributed by rapid market development from Indonesia and Thailand, and to a certain extent, Malaysia. In terms of a region as a whole, the rapid development from developing facilities management markets are offset by stable, lower single-digit growth from developed markets. By country, Australia has the highest FM maturity among Asia-Pacific countries. High integrate facilities management (IFM) adoption is an indicator of strong acceptance of sophisticated solutions among end-users. By end-user segment, the commercial sector led in almost all country markets due to the high maturity among commercial end-users on FM concepts and ease of penetration for service providers.
There are 12 key growth opportunities identified in this study, from both the vision-and-strategy perspective as well as the brand-and-demand aspect.
This study analyzes the Asia-Pacific facilities management (FM) market, covering market drivers, restraints, forecasts, trends, and a brief competitive landscape of the overall market. The study also dives into analyzing the market by region: Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and Japan and South Korea. This study covers the 2016 to 2023 timeframe with 2018 being the base year.