The global enterprise asset management (EAM) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.8% during the forecast period with its market size predicted to reach USD 9.8 billion by 2027. The Increasing adoption of EAM for effective utilization of assets, and reduced maintenance and procurement expenses are the major factors leading to the high demand of EAM in the global market.
Software category accounted for the largest revenue share in the enterprise asset management market
Based on component, the global enterprise asset management market is categorized into software, service, and solution, wherein software category accounted for the largest share in 2020. The category is expected to lead throughout the forecast period owing to the mounting need for effective capital planning processes, asset maintenance, and operations.
Software category is further sub-segmented into linear assets, field service management, non-linear assets, assets maintenance, repair, and operations.
Service category is further sub-categorized into managed and professional.
Solution category is further sub-segmented into planning and forecasting, logistics and inventory, network field operations, asset transfer and retirement, procurement of material.
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On the basis of industry, the global enterprise asset management market can be segmented into manufacturing, oil & gas, energy and utilities, government, transportation and logistics, healthcare, and others. Of all, the retail, metal and mining sector is expected to witness fastest growth during the forecast period owing to growing retail business worldwide, with opening of more number of supermarkets, stores, and hypermarkets in developing nations, and moreover, to speed up the store activities, new players are adopting EAM solutions.
Market players in the global enterprise asset management industry are majorly focusing on mergers & acquisitions to expand their customer base. For example, Bentley Systems Incorporated acquired ACE enterprise Slovakia. With this acquisition, the company aims to increase the scope of knowledge that can be accessed through AssetWise. ABB Ltd. and International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation collaborated to expand and upgrade ABB’s existing asset and analytics implementation with IBM Watson’s cognitive abilities and ABB Agility.
Some of the key players operating in the global enterprise asset management market are Industrial and Financial Systems (IFS) AB, Infor Inc., Ramco Systems Limited, Bentley Systems Incorporated, Rockwell Automation Inc., SAP SE, ABB Ltd., International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Schneider Electric SE, MRI Software LLC, CGI Group Inc., and AssetWorks LLC.
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The report provides the market value for the base year 2020 and a yearly forecast till 2027 in terms of revenue (USD Million). The report segments the global enterprise asset management (EAM) market on the basis of component, deployment type, enterprise size, industry, and region.
Global Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Market Coverage
Component Insight and Forecast 2015-2027
Deployment Type Insight and Forecast 2015-2027
Enterprise Size Insight and Forecast 2015-2027
Industry Insight and Forecast 2015-2027
Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Market by Region
Rest of the World (RoW)