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Worldwide Supply Chain Management Applications Market Shares, 2019: The Old Normal

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Worldwide Supply Chain Management Applications Market Shares, 2019: The Old Normal
Published: September 29, 2020 Content info: 22 Pages
Description

This IDC study provides the worldwide market shares for supply chain management applications. This market grew at a strong pace in 2019 as the market began to move to see traction pick up for public cloud deployments. Growth in the supply chain management applications market was driven by the need for omni-channel "buy anywhere, fulfill anywhere" processes, as well as pressure to measure and move goods more efficiently to mitigate bullwhips, and create more accurate track-and-trace capabilities."The importance of the supply chain to business success in the modern, digital economy means transitioning from a functional area that has traditionally been viewed as a 'cost center' to one that must be leveraged as an 'opportunity center.' Without the use of modern supply chain management tools, supply chains simply cannot compete at the levels necessary for competitive differentiation. SCM investments are both a competitive necessity and key to driving a differentiating edge over peers," says Simon Ellis, program VP, Global Supply Chain Strategies.

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Product Code: US45242720

IDC Market Share Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Share

  • Supply Chain Management Applications
  • Inventory Management Applications
  • Logistics Applications
  • Production Planning Applications

Who Shaped the Year

  • SAP
  • Oracle
  • Blue Yonder (Formerly JDA)
  • HighJump
  • E2open

Market Context

  • Significant Market Developments

Methodology

Market Definition

  • Supply Chain Management Applications
    • Inventory Management Applications
    • Logistics Applications
    • Production Planning Applications

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