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Wednesday 07 August 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Enterprise Software Supplier Ranking

If you haven’t read the 2019 Enterprise Software Supplier Ranking report yet you can download it here.

imageAs suppliers work on their digital fitness, the latest ranking data reveals the impact on their performance and teases out some of the factors driving - and inhibiting - growth. With changes in year-on-year revenue ranging from -3% to +29% across the Top 20, there is extensive variance in performance. Microsoft is not in imminent danger of being toppled from its position at the top of the ranking but cannot be complacent despite rampant adoption of its various cloud services. Indeed, none of the suppliers can take growth for granted. However, the suppliers in the lower half of the table outperform those in the top half and it is not just because it is easier to drive higher growth from a lower base. 

As more and more IT and business functions become automated and are either defined or driven by software and data, revenue is shifting into the enterprise software sector, supporting growth. However, there are plenty of counteracting forces keeping overall performance in check, not least the impact of SaaS as its approaches critical mass. 

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Posted by Angela Eager at '17:19' - Tagged: cloud   software   machinelearning   digital+transformation   ranking   digitalchaos  

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