"Global Defense Industry Suppliers: CEO Business Outlook Survey 2013-2014 " is a new report by Strategic Defense Intelligence that provides the reader with a definitive analysis of the business outlook in the global defense suppliers industry, and explores how key industry dynamics are set to change during 2013-2017. This report gives access to the key regions projected to witness the most defense opportunities, RandD budget outlook, future expectation from suppliers, business challenges, and key investment areas for the future. The report also identifies the emerging trends in the Aftermarket Service Support and MRO Area, MandA, and staff hiring. It not only grants access to the opinions and strategies of business C-level decision makers and competitors, but also examines their actions surrounding business priorities, as well as access to information categorized by region and company size.
This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Strategic Defense Intelligence's exclusive panel of the leading global defense supplier industry's C-level executives; it provides the reader with a definitive analysis of emerging trends in the global defense industry, and explores how key industry dynamics and collaborative projects are set to change during 2013-2017. In addition, the report examines the intentions of defense industry suppliers related to the top emerging and developed markets that will offer the strongest growth opportunities over the next five years. Furthermore, this report identifies the future investment opportunities within the defense industry, and not only grants access to change in defense RandD budgets, but also identifies the critical defense segments that will witness variations in budgets during 2013-2017.
According to 29% of executives from global defense suppliers industry, the availability of skilled staff is still a major problem within their organizations, followed by 26% of respondents who confirm that though there are shortages of skilled staff within their organizations, the magnitude is slightly less than before.
Survey results reveal that in the next five years, C-level executives require their suppliers to 'engage in partnerships to optimize working capital and reduce costs', to help in 'product innovation' and 'collaborating on RandD'..
This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Strategic Defense Intelligence's exclusive panel of leading global defense suppliers' industry C-level executives. As most of the countries across the globe plan for defense budget cuts, defense contractors and other service providers are initiating new alternatives for reducing their expenditure. This report provides data and analysis on the key factors influencing the business strategies within the global defense industry, and explores how key industry dynamics and collaborative projects are set to change during 2013-2017. Furthermore, the report analyses the regional market demand trends, country-specific growth prospects, potential segments with the most technological advancements within the global defense industry, and the impact of probable changes in global defense RandD budgets.
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