BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nucleus Research has released a series of ‘State of the Market’ reports, providing a macro-level analysis of core enterprise technology industry sectors. Combined with the micro-level tools provided by the recently published 2018 Enterprise Technology Buyers’ Guide, the state of the market reports help businesses make better decisions based on fact-based research.
“It’s a combination of understanding the macro trends in the industry with the ability to drill down to see what each specific tech solution can deliver for your business that enables the most informed decisions. This is how to boost ROI, exceed expectations and gain competitive advantage through technology,” said Ian Campbell, Nucleus Research CEO.
The State of the Market reports are available for free download for the next six months at https://nucleusresearch.com/research/search/?checkbox1=rs~38&checkbox2=rs~37&checkbox3=rs~39.
The 2018 Enterprise Technology Buyers’ Guide is available as a free download or at a minimal cost via Amazon at https://nucleusresearch.com/2018-enterprise-technology-buyers-guide/
Highlights from the State of the Market reports include:
HCM: The cloud finally takes hold as the industry moves towards
integrated end-to-end solutions and move away from cobbled together
CRM: Look for industry accelerator adoption and low- to no-code
development frameworks that are community ecosystem friendly as key
differentiators for leading CRM vendors moving forward
ECM: Today’s solutions will become unrecognizable in five years
as ECM becomes further embedded within other business tools and the
continuation of solution mergers
Analytics: Rapidly advancing, important business intelligence
capabilities will filter down market as even the smallest companies
are seeing the advantages of self-service tools
ERP: Industry-specific capabilities push further development of
verticals in the cloud and analytics remains a modest ‘nice to have’
feature providing limited value
SCM: In five years’ time, multi-enterprise collaboration and
end-to-end capabilities will define the greatest value, while today’s
sales & operations planning (S&OP) are refreshed alongside
consolidated platforms and analytics providing greater value
About Nucleus Research
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