Japan IT Industry Research Report Q4 2015 by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com22 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The outlook for Japan’s IT market in Q4 2015 is not so bright following a deterioration in confidence levels owing to a downturn in equity markets in the country and across the region during 2015, but especially in August 2015. The downturn took place amid the already weak outlook for the economy in the medium term, and the ageing and population; thus, the IT market is projected to grow at just 1.6% CAGR 2015-2019. These restraints to the growth of the sector will not likely obscure the benefits in per capita expenditure terms due to the fact that the country’s IT market is well developed, with high levels of penetration of solutions and devices, and also a vast base of domestic IT vendors operating globally as well as at the regional and national level. It is characterised by high levels of per capita spending on IT, as against the majority of markets in the APAC region, however, enterprise spending as a percentage of revenue is still low, in comparison with the most developed IT markets like the US. The most lucrative opportunities lie in emerging technologies like cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), where adoption rates remain low. Nevertheless, even in mature segments of the IT market, Japan’s market is expected to keep on being attractive for vendors.
New market research report “Japan Information Technology Report Q4 2015” elaborated by Business Monitor International (BMI) offers a comprehensive guide to the Japanese IT sector.
The study presents historical figures (from 2012) and forecasts (to 2017 and up to 2025) for the domestic IT industry. The report provides a detailed SWOT analysis of the Japanese IT sector; limelights the country’s political and economic landscape; forecasts the economic activity in the country; cover the APAC region’s IT industry risk/reward ratings. The report provides a comprehensive market analysis, covering its key segments and latest developments. A detailed examination of the competitive scenario including a review of key industry players can also be found in the report. Additionally, the study includes exhaustive forecasts (mid- to long-term) of the national IT industry, as well as provides demographic outlook and forecasts.
Japan Information Technology Report Q4 2015
Published: October, 2015
Price: US$ 1,295.00
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