Global Cloud-based PLM Market to Gain from Increasing Need for Effective Management of Supply Chain

Published Date : Feb 21, 2018

ALBANY, New York, February 21, 2018 - The global cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) market has been anticipated to gain impetus from the improving adoption of IoT. In a report put on sale by, the market has been segmented as per application and type. Bearing the title “Global Cloud-Based PLM Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022,” the report has studied various applications such as IT and telecom, medical devices and pharmaceutical, consumer products and retail, energy and utilities, electronics and semiconductor, industrial machinery and heavy equipment, aerospace and defense, and automotive and transportation. Likewise, it has shed light on different types of cloud-based PLM.

On the basis of type, the world cloud-based PLM market could be divided into digital manufacturing, collaborative product definition management (CPDM), architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), electronic design and automation (EDA), simulation and reports (S&A), numerical control (NC), computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) computer-aided technologies (CAx), and on-premise. Some of the leading factors of growth in the market have been foretold to be the swelling requirement of the effective management of supply chain and integrated PLM solutions.

Cloud-based PLM could be heavily used for customer management as organizations encounter a new degree of the need to improve their customer experience on a consistent basis. You could see an increasing count of organizations looking to retain customers with the help of effective customer management. Cloud-based PLM not only helps to retain customers but also to develop strong customer-provider relationship by delivering value.

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In order to help address major concerns such as environmental compliance, the world cloud-based PLM market has been expected to witness a rise in the growth of compliance management applications. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE), Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), and Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) are some of the regulations that augment the demand for compliance management.

Slow rate of adoption and providers lacking a strong network for their operation have been prognosticated to hamper the growth of the international cloud-based PLM market. However, with collaborations between organizations and supply chain requiring flexible and agile solutions, the adoption rate has been projected to see a rise back again in the near future.

From the regional perspective, the international cloud-based PLM market has been envisaged to gain a whole lot of momentum in the Americas expected to attract a growing demand from the automotive industry. Economies of this region could showcase their prominence in the coming years in terms of share. Amongst these, the U.S. has been envisioned to collect a significant share of the market. Much of the market growth in this country could be attributed to a high focus on the manufacture of automobile parts instead of outsourcing the work.

The report has recognized SAP SE, Autodesk, Inc., Oracle Corporation, PTC Inc., Siemens AG, and Dassault Systemes as key players of the international cloud-based PLM market. There could be a high-level of competition between new entrants and current providers of cloud-based PLM solutions. Owing to a heated competition in the market, small players could be merged with large companies or acquired by them, which might lead to a consolidated nature of the vendor landscape. More details on how the vendor landscape could shape in the coming years have been provided by the analysts. Readers have been expected to gain a clear understanding of the market competition as they study the report.

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