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Software - UK - February 2015

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Feb 2015

Category :

Software

No. of Pages : 117 Pages

Such are the advances in sales of the software sector that the post recession flat economy merely stunted growth in the market. 2014 saw a return to double-digit growth and the continued challenges of corporate cost control and adding value in the enterprise sector will further stimulate the market over the next few years. Software as a Service is developing into a major quantum change in the market, offering lower initial capital expenditure to the corporation, and security against both technological capability advancements in software and potential growth in the corporation. At the same time, it offers secure long-term income to the software industry.
Table of Content

Executive Summary

The market
Figure 1: Development of the UK market for software, 2010-14 actual and 2015-19 forecast
Figure 2: Segmentation of the UK market for software, 2014
Figure 3: Segmentation of the UK market for enterprise software, 2014
Figure 4: Segmentation of the UK market for software, by industry application, 2014
Market factors
Figure 5: Development of enterprise software sales and total asset investment, 2009-2014
Figure 6: Development of software sales compared with the SITS market, 2010-2014
Companies
Figure 7: Changes in the structure of software sector, 2009-13
What we think

Introduction

Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning and issues in the market

UK Economy

Overview
Figure 8: UK GDP quarterly development, 2003-14
Figure 9: UK GDP in economic downturns and recoveries since 1979
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Business investment
Figure 10: UK GFCF 2003-14
Imports
Exports

Market Factors

Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Figure 11: Total asset purchases by the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector, 2009-13
Figure 12: Segmentation of asset purchases by the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector, 2013
Mining and quarrying
Figure 13: Total asset purchases by the mining and quarrying sector, 2009-13
Figure 14: Segmentation of asset purchases by the mining and quarrying sector, 2013
Manufacturing
Figure 15: Total asset purchases by the manufacturing sector, 2009-13
Figure 16: Segmentation of asset purchases by the manufacturing sector, 2013
Electricity and gas
Figure 17: Total asset purchases by the electricity and gas sector, 2009-13
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
Figure 18: Total asset purchases by the water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation sector, 2009-13
Figure 19: Segmentation of asset purchases by the water and waste sector, 2013
Construction
Figure 20: Total asset purchases by the construction sector, 2009-13
Figure 21: Segmentation of asset purchases by the construction sector, 2013
Wholesale and retail
Figure 22: Total asset purchases by the wholesale and retail sector, 2009-13
Figure 23: Segmentation of asset purchases by the wholesale and retail sector, 2013
Transportation and storage
Figure 24: Total asset purchases by the transportation and storage sector, 2009-13
Figure 25: Segmentation of asset purchases by the transportation and storage sector, 2013
Accommodation and food services
Figure 26: Total asset purchases by the accommodation and food service sector, 2009-13
Figure 27: Segmentation of asset purchases by the accommodation and food service sector, 2013
Information and communications
Figure 28: Total asset purchases by the information and communications sector, 2009-13
Figure 29: Segmentation of asset purchases by the information and communications sector, 2013
Insurance and finance
Figure 30: Total asset purchases by the insurance and finance sector, 2009-13
Figure 31: Segmentation of asset purchases by the insurance and finance sector, 2013
Real estate
Figure 32: Total asset purchases by the real estate sector, 2009-13
Professional services
Figure 33: Total asset purchases by the professional services sector, 2009-13
Figure 34: Segmentation of asset purchases by the professional services sector, 2013
Administrative and support services
Figure 35: Total asset purchases by the administrative and support services sector, 2009-13
Figure 36: Segmentation of asset purchases by the administrative and support services sector, 2013
Public administration
Figure 37: Total asset purchases by the public administration sector, 2009-13
Education
Figure 38: Total asset purchases by the education sector, 2009-13
Health
Figure 39: Total asset purchases by the health sector, 2009-13
Figure 40: Segmentation of asset purchases by the administrative and support services sector, 2013
Arts, entertainment and recreation
Figure 41: Total asset purchases by the arts, entertainment and recreation sector, 2009-13
Figure 42: Segmentation of asset purchases by the arts, entertainment and recreation sector, 2013
Other service activities
Figure 43: Total asset purchases by the other services sector, 2009-13
Figure 44: Segmentation of asset purchases by the other services sector, 2013
Residential usage
Figure 45: Sales of desktop/laptop and tablet computers, 2011-14

Market Size and Trends

Key analysis
Market size
Figure 46: UK market for software, 2010-14
Figure 47: UK SITS market, 2010-14
Figure 48: UK software role with the SITS market, 2010-14
Market trends
Figure 49: Segmentation of the UK market for software by industry, 2014
Agriculture
Figure 50: UK market for software for the agricultural sector, 2010-14
Mining
Figure 51: UK market for software for the mining sector, 2010-14
Manufacturing
Figure 52: UK market for software for the manufacturing sector, 2010-14
Electricity and gas
Figure 53: UK market for software for the gas and electricity sector, 2010-14
Water
Figure 54: UK market for software for the water sector, 2010-14
Construction
Figure 55: UK market for software for the construction sector, 2010-14
Retail
Figure 56: UK market for software for the retail sector, 2010-14
Transport
Figure 57: UK market for software for the transport sector, 2010-14
Hotels and restaurants
Figure 58: UK market for software for the hotels and restaurants sector, 2010-14
Information and communications
Figure 59: UK market for software for the information and communications sector, 2010-14
Insurance and finance
Figure 60: UK market for software for the insurance and finance sector, 2010-14
Real estate
Figure 61: UK market for software for the real estate sector, 2010-14
Professions
Figure 62: UK market for software for the professions sector, 2010-14
Administration
Figure 63: UK market for software for the administration sector, 2010-14
Public administration
Figure 64: UK market for software for the public administration sector, 2010-14
Education
Figure 65: UK market for software for the education sector, 2010-14
Health
Figure 66: UK market for software for the health sector, 2010-14
Arts and entertainment
Figure 67: UK market for software for the arts and entertainment sector, 2010-14
Other services
Figure 68: UK market for software for the other services sector, 2010-14
Household
Figure 69: UK market for software for the household sector, 2010-14

Market Segmentation

Key analysis
Market segmentation
Figure 70: Segmentation of UK market for software, 2014
Figure 71: Segmentation of UK enterprise application software market, 2014
ERP
Office Suites
Business Intelligence
CRM
CRM applications can be further segmented by function:
Figure 72: Segmentation of UK CRM software market, 2014
SCM
PPM
ECM
DCC
Web Conferencing

Market Trends

Key points
Market growth reflects savings potential to users and value-added opportunities
Clouds on the horizon
Going mobile among other trends
“One stop shops”
Changes in target market
Operating systems

Industry Structure

Key analysis
Industry development
Figure 73: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the other software publishing industry, (excluding computer games), 2010-14
Figure 74: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the business and domestic software publishing industry, 2010-14
Figure 75: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the computer consultancy industry, 2010-14
Structure by employment
Figure 76: Analysis of the employment structure of the other software publishing industry (excluding computer games), 2013-14
Figure 77: Analysis of the employment structure of the business and domestic software industry, 2013-14
Figure 78: Analysis of the employment structure of the computer consultancy industry, 2013-14
Structure by turnover
Figure 79: Analysis of the financial structure of the other software publishing sector (excluding computer games), 2013-14
Figure 80: Analysis of the financial structure of the business and domestic software sector, 2013-14
Figure 81: Analysis of the financial structure of the computer consultancy services sector, 2013-14

Company Profiles

Adobe Systems Incorporated

Figure 82: Financial analysis of Adobe Systems Europe, 2009-13

CA Technologies

Corel

Fiserv

Figure 83: Financial analysis of Fiserv (Europe), 2009-13

Hewlett-Packard

Figure 84: Financial analysis of Hewlett-Packard Ltd, 2009-13

IBM United Kingdom

Figure 85: Financial analysis of IBM United Kingdom, 2009-13

Intuit

Figure 86: Financial analysis of Intuit, 2009-13

Microsoft Corporation

Figure 87: Financial analysis of Microsoft, 2009-13

Oracle Corporation

Figure 88: Financial analysis of Oracle Corporation UK, 2009-13

Sap (uk)

Figure 89: Financial analysis of SAP (UK), 2009-13

Sage Group plc

Figure 90: Financial analysis of Sage Group, 2009-13

Salesforce.com

Symantec (UK)

Figure 91: Financial analysis of Symantec (UK), 2009-13

VMWare

Forecast

Key analysis
The market
Figure 92: Forecast UK market for software, 2015-19

Further Sources & Contacts

Trade associations
Trade magazines

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