DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global
Wearable Camera - Procurement Market Intelligence Report"
report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's
The report provides actionable insights to improve source-to-contract cycle performance in the Global Wearable Camera Market. It helps sourcing professionals formulate better category strategies, enhance savings, understand supplier and market challenges, and implement sourcing best practices.
Wearable camera is an extension device to the smartphone camera, which enables the hands-free function of clicking pictures and video recording. These cameras usually use mounting techniques such as head mounts and body mounts.
In this market, end-user industries such as media register a rise in real-time sharing of video content, which aids the growth of the category. In addition, the rise in social media vloggers in emerging economies will drive the demand for wearable cameras. Also, the increasing adoption of wearable cameras in the industrial sector for better monitoring of business processes will act as a market driver for the growing spend on the category.
One of the procurement best practices for buyers is to prefer suppliers that provide customization of the wearable camera. According to the report, one of the key growth contributors for the global wearable camera market is the growing awareness about the product in developing economies.
The report states that one of the key category management strategies for the buyers in the global wearable camera market is to focus on strategic sourcing as it assists them to leverage cost-saving opportunities offered by low-cost country sourcing.
Key Topics Covered:
1: Executive Summary
2: Market Insights
3: Category Pricing Insights
4: Cost-Saving Opportunities
5: Best Practices
6: Category Ecosystem
7: Category Management Strategy
8: Category Management Enablers
9: Suppliers Selection
10: Suppliers Under Coverage
11: US Market Insights
12: Category Definition0
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