SA ICT Vertical Industry Market Sizing & Forecast
A vertical market strategy is becoming an increasingly important element for IT and telecoms service providers, as end users demand solutions tailored for their industry-specific requirements. With pressure on ICT budgets, analysis from a vertical perspective is necessary to enable vendors and service providers to craft attractive solutions and to best penetrate their desired markets. The aim of the SA ICT Vertical Industry Market Sizing and Forecasting publication is to provide such guidance.
The SA ICT Vertical Industry Market Sizing and Forecasting research analyses ICT expenditure of the South African vertical markets. The ICT expenditure is then broken down further into hardware, software, IT services and telecommunications fixed and mobile voice and data service. Additionally, IT and telecommunications spend, by service type, is further broken down into corporate and SME customer segments and forecasted from 2015 up to 2020.
The Vertical Sector research is based on a combination of research techniques including:
- Extensive secondary research on vertical market revenues, size in terms of employees, GDP contribution and the major organisations in each vertical market.
- A quantitative market model that forms the core of this research, which in turn takes into account various other sources to arrive at the market size estimates and ICT sector forecasts. In-depth analysis of South African vertical sectors is included.
- Market sizing and forecasting is also done separately for IT and telecommunications, per vertical.
- Analysis by senior BMI-T analysts.
Vertical market segments included in this module are as follows:
- Utilities (electricity, gas and water)
- Financial, business and other services
- Mining and quarrying
- Government, health, education and other personal services
- Trade (wholesale and retail)
- Transport, storage and logistics
- Communication and media
The team for this research includes Brian Neilson (BMI-T Research Director), Penny Smith, and Clinton Jacobs. This team has extensive sector experience in this field, having conducted these studies annually for the last 6 years.
Deliverables and format
The research and analysis is documented in a rich PowerPoint document with supporting Excel tables. The PowerPoint document contains tables and charts, and is detailed enough to provide all the qualitative insights and interpretation, including market sizing and forecasting.
BMI-T also offers a workshop/presentation in the Gauteng region, while reserving the option to combine this topic with other published topics.
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