This report titled ‘Global Stock Market Software Industry 2016-2020‘, provides an in-depth analysis of the market in terms of revenue and emerging trends. To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated from the sales of trading software solutions that include software, customized solutions (add-on application or features), and services.
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“The trading and stock marketplace are undergoing a dynamic shift in transaction formats from both ends of the value chain, which is affecting importers and vendors in the market. One noticeable trend is the transition from letters of credit to open account trading. With advances in technology and increased financial knowledge, both buyers and sellers have come to understand the benefits of open accounts, such as reduced costs and greater efficiencies, that can be achieved through open account transactions,” said Amrita Choudhury, one of Technavio’s lead industry analysts for enterprise application.
Some of the other driving forces behind the growth of the global stock market software industry are as follows:
- Trade consolidation among vendors
- Increased demand for asset-based financing
- FTAs between emerging nations
Trade consolidation among vendors
Trade between nations accelerated marginally after the recession period of 2009-2013. It will gradually strengthen through 2016 and continue to move upward during the forecast period. The growth will come from the steady recovery in import demand from the US, China, and European countries and from growing trade among vendors in developing nations. In addition, the South-South trade initiative has led to a rapid increase in trade finance opportunities for participating nations. The implementation of the World Trade Organization's Trade Facilitation Agreement will further boost the global trade scenario. The agreement was initiated to simplify border procedures, increase transparency, reduce inefficiencies, and improve competitiveness.
Increased demand for asset-based financing
Asset-based financing is a method of providing structured working capital and term loans, which are secured by accounts receivable, machinery, equipment, inventory, and real estate.
The driving force behind the demand for factoring (asset-based financing) instruments has been the conservative finance lending environment in the market following the 2009 financial crisis. The introduction of Basel III reform measures further propelled the adoption of the factoring mechanism. Another factor driving the market was the acceptance of factoring by traders in developing nations as a suitable alternative to traditional trade finance.
In this asset-based financing process, if the loan is not repaid, then the asset is taken by the lender. Asset-based finance supports a large number of businesses and SMEs in Europe to function properly. According to statistics from the Asset Based Finance Association, the use of asset-based finance in the UK and Ireland rose to a record high in the third quarter of 2015. In line with the growth of the asset-based finance market, the use of stock market software by organizations became more prominent to understand and analyze the market.
FTAs between emerging nations
The rising number of FTAs over the last few years has contributed to the trade between emerging nations. These agreements have helped remove supply chain constraints by simplifying procedures and reducing the cost of ownerships, thus improving transit times and efficiency of business operations. FTAs, in general, cover three issues: removing complicated regulatory barriers, reducing trade tariffs, and improving the investment environment of the parties in the agreement.
The ASEAN has entered into a number of FTAs with other Asian nations, which are undergoing drastic changes in the manufacturing landscape of their respective countries. The association signed FTAs with China, India, Australia, and New Zealand. These agreements will be implemented in a phased manner and will reduce tariffs on 90% of all traded goods between the association and these countries. Similarly, various other FTAs are being signed and implemented by other APAC nations, which will increase trade and propel the demand for logistics and transportation. Companies are factoring these trade agreements into their sourcing decisions to gain a competitive edge in the market. This has become an opportunity for banks and other financial service providers to diversify their expansion in APAC and build their own network or partner with other market players with a strong network and client base.
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