THE STATE OF ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE

Posted by: KC on  17th August 2017


THE STATE OF ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE

Enterprise software is evolving under pressure from challenging economic conditions and the adaptive possibilities afforded by cloud computing,
mobility, big data analytics, and social engagement

PIECE OF THE PIE

Enterprise software makes up $296.6 Billion of 2013 IT expenditures or 7.89% of 2013 IT spending

TOP PRIORITIES OF THE CIO

  • Legacy modernization
  • Collaboration Technologies
  • Cloud Computing
  • Mobile Technologies
  • Analytics & BI

INFORMATION IS ALL THE RAGE

Companies are already analyzing a wide range of data types: Transactions, Logs, Sensor Data, Unstructured information (Documents, Video, Images), and social media data.
Why? To better inform their decision-making

FORM STILL FOLLOWS FUNCTION: PRIVATE VS. PUBLIC CLOUD

  • ERP – Finance & Accounting
  • CRM/Marketing automation
  • Collaboration & content management platforms

B.Y.O.D

Employees want to use devices, software, and services that are comfortable to use, when and whenever they need it.
Businesses want: Ability to select/integrate top enterprise apps.
  • Consumerism
  • Widespread connectivity
  • Cloud computing
All shape more flexible working patterns.

MOBILE APPS MOST USED BY IT PROFESSIONALS

  • Customer Relationship management (CRM)
  • Accounting/Financial
  • Field service/Customer Support
  • Digital dashboards (for data Visualization)
  • Expense Management
  • Project Management
THE BOSS OF BIG DATA? 24% OF Companies have their financial departments in charge of their BIG DATA

SIX DEGREES OF INFRASTRUCTURE?

Corporate IT is most likely to be involved with CLOUD PROJECTS that are “closer to the physical infrastructure” or “do not directly touch revenue generation”
such as disaster recovery, storage, archiving, email, collaboration, and application development/test environment.

BECOMING MORE SOCIABLE

42.2% The estimated CAGR of revenue from enterprise social software applications between 2011 and 2016.

SATISFACTION LEVELS

76% of those using enterprise software are either “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied” with their current product.

FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE

Companies will have to manage on-premise enterprise applications cost-effectively while exploiting what’s available in the cloud.
 
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