This IDC study presents a five-year forecast for the worldwide services industry from 2013 through 2017 and updates Worldwide Services 2012-2016 Forecast Update (IDC #237692, November 2012). The main purpose of this study is to forecast spending and identify trends that are influencing worldwide services markets on a regional basis and to discuss their effects on worldwide services growth for the five years through 2016.
"After seeing long-term services growth rate decelerate for the first time in the forecast last year, it could have been theorized to be a one-off anomaly. However, upon adding an additional year to the forecast period, 2017, long-term services growth rates are expected to decelerate for another year, forming a "peak growth rate" in 2015 and decelerating every year thereafter," said Chad Huston, senior analyst, Worldwide Services Program. "Seeing this trend continue for another year shows that analysts definitively have a bearish view on long-term services growth."
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
In This Study
Historical Market Values and Exchange Rates
Forecast and Assumptions
Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)
Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Support and Training
Current Versus Constant Currency Growth in 2012
Forecast Changes Since October 2012
Table: Exchange Rates, 2003-2012 (%)
Table: Top 3 Assumptions for the Worldwide Services Market, 2013-2017
Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Worldwide Services Market, 2013-2017
Table: Worldwide Services Spending by Macroregion, 2012-2017 ($M)
Table: Worldwide Services Spending by Foundation Market, 2012-2017 ($M)
Table: Worldwide Services Spending, 2006-2017: Comparison of November 2012 and May 2013 Forecasts ($M)
Figure: Worldwide Services Spending Growth by Region, 2006-2017
Figure: Worldwide Services Spending Share by Region, 2013 and 2017
Figure: Market Assessment: Worldwide Services Current Versus Future Performance
Figure: Worldwide Services Spending 2011-2012 Growth: Current Versus Constant U.S. Dollar
Figure: Worldwide Services Spending, 2006-2017: Comparison of November 2012 and May 2013 Forecasts
Figure: Worldwide Services Spending Growth, 2013-2017: Comparison of November 2012 and May 2013 Forecasts
Worldwide Services 2013-2017 Forecast: New Models Take Hold and Opportunities Emerge in the Global Services Market published by IDC in May 9, 2013. This report consists of 31 Pages and the price starts from US $ 4500.
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