The Global Market for Requirements Management/Definition and Source/Change/Configuration Management Tools
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|出版日||ページ情報||英文 30 Pages
|世界の要求管理およびソース/変更/構成管理ツール市場 The Global Market for Requirements Management/Definition and Source/Change/Configuration Management Tools|
|出版日: 2014年12月22日||ページ情報: 英文 30 Pages||
This report analyzes the market and emerging trends for commercially available requirements management (RM) and definition tools and source/change/configuration management (SCCM) tools employed in the development of embedded or enterprise/IT software and systems. Tools covered in this report are those used primarily for requirements elicitation, definition, and management or SCCM and that can function without the presence of additional lifecycle management tools from the same vendor.
This report is for those making critical decisions regarding product, market, channel, and competitive strategy and tactics. Roles that could benefit from reading this report include product management, marketing and strategy executives at OEMs, tools suppliers, investment firms, and associated roles and organizations.
Data available in full report.] The embedded and enterprise markets are converging and now sharing similar market dynamics, drivers, and challenges. Organizations in both domains are increasingly turning to software for delivering innovation and ensuring customer satisfaction. Key factors driving development tool sales within both markets are the increasing complexity of software, time-to-market and cost pressures, and the need to maintain the highest level of quality in their products. The global requirements management and definition tools (RM) market will grow to $436.5M in 2016 from $371.6M in 2013, a CAGR of 5.5%. The global source/change/configuration management tools (SCCM) market will edge higher at a CAGR of 1.1% from $1,089.7M in 2013 to reach $1,127.4M in 2016.
Commercial Tools Replacing Ad-hoc Solutions
The global requirements management and definition tools (RM) market will grow to $XXX.XM in 2016 from $XXX.XM in 2013, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of X.X%. The increasing demand for RM functionality in the embedded, enterprise, and ISV markets is driven by the need for companies to accelerate the product delivery process while at the same time managing growing complexity in their distributed organization and supply chains, within their products, and across a network of interrelated and interdependent products. More organizations are realizing ad-hoc approaches and in-house developed solutions are inadequate for their needs. They are now turning to commercial RM tools to help administer consistent software security and quality standards and formalize acceptance benchmarks for code from supply chain partners. Formal RM use is less established in the ISV market, but expanding quickly. RM revenue in the ISV market is expected to grow from $XX.XM in 2013 to reach $XX.XM in 2016, a CAGR of XX.X%.
As more organizations need to demonstrate compliance to process standards, requirements traceability demands are increasing and encouraging broader use of formal RM tools in the embedded market. However, the overall RM revenue growth in the sector will be limited. New users are increasingly selecting tools with lower price points than traditional RM solutions. As a consequence, the embedded RM market is forecast to expand at a CAGR of only X.X%, increasing from $XXX.XM in 2013 to reach $XXX.XM in 2016.
The actual increase in formal RM tool use in the enterprise market is less obscured by incumbency. Price pressure has been a longer-standing critical selection factor leading to a lower level of market domination by the feature-rich, but costly, DOORS from IBM Rational. We expect the enterprise/IT RM market will reach $XXX.XM in 2016, growing at a CAGR of X.X% from $XXX.XM in 2013.
Lower-Priced Tool Options are Limiting Revenue Growth
The market for source/change/configuration management tools (SCCM) is expected to reach $X,XXX.XM in 2016, expanding from $X,XXX.XM at a CAGR of X.X%. Escalating software complexity increases the need to effectively manage variants, configuration and change processes, and development artifacts, driving the use of SCCM tools. These pressures are particularly acute in the ISV market, helping to fuel the strong increase of SCCM use. Revenues for SCCM tools in the sector are forecast to grow from $XXX.XM in 2013 to reach $XXX.XM in 2016, a CAGR of XX.X%
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