There’s no eclipsing the fact that the global SaaS-based CRM market is thriving. What’s worth noting is that going forward, it’s going to be a year of stellar growth worldwide. According to a recently released report by market research leader Research N Reports entitled, directly enough, the Global SaaS-Based CRM Software Market Research Report, the outlook is overwhelmingly positive. It surmises that SaaS-based CRM will continue to have a positive impact on every facet of the value chain. According to the report’s release overview, featured on WhaTech, it provides:
- Pin-point analysis for changing competitive dynamics
- Forward-looking perspective on different factors driving or restraining market growth
- A six-year forecast assessed on the basis of how the market is predicted to grow
- Deeper understanding the key product segments and their future,
Among the industry leaders highlighted in this thorough industry overview are Salesforce, Oracle, Aplicor, SAP, Microsoft, NetSuite, IBM, Zoho and SugarCRM. Each of these players is examined in terms of sales volume, product specifications, gross margin, product pictures wherever applicable, sales price, and sales revenue.
There’s also accompanying examination of pricing structure and channels of distribution of equipment suppliers in the global SaaS-Based CRM Software industry. In addition, the report offers a critical assessment of the global SaaS-Based CRM Software industry specific to additional costs such as labor costs and the overall manufacturing costs and process analysis.
The overall takeaway of the report, which we are still scrutinizing (and we encourage you to do the same) is that ours is emerging as one of the most robust in the IT sector. The move to cloud-driven solutions continues to gain momentum, and on-site strategies are fading out when the advantages of the cloud are proven to deliver more security, reliability and overall operational value. Feel free to contact me directly if you have questions about the growth and impact of SaaS-based solutions.