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Enterprise Collaboration Market [Solutions (Telephony, Unified Messaging, Conferencing, Collaboration Platforms, Enterprise Social), Services, Deployment, User Types (SME, Enterprises)] - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis (2014 - 2019)

NEW YORK, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Enterprise Collaboration Market [Solutions (Telephony, Unified Messaging, Conferencing, Collaboration Platforms, Enterprise Social), Services, Deployment, User Types (SME, Enterprises)] - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis (2014 - 2019)

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The Enterprise Collaboration solutions market is an optimistic market trend mainly because of enterprises growing and penetrating into new markets, which results in location of assets in different geographies, different time zones and different work culture. An Enterprise Collaboration solution overcomes the above mentioned barriers and provides smooth flow of communications and also helps in socializing among colleagues. Enterprise collaboration solution also helps in Operating System sharing, real time sharing and thus helps to reduce time taken in decision-making process. Enterprise Collaboration solution includes Telephony communications, Unified Messaging, Audio-Video Conferencing, collaborating platforms and applications and enterprise social networks.
Enterprise Collaboration solutions find applications in the verticals, such as: Banking, Financial services and Insurance (BFSI), Business Services, IT and Telecom, Manufacturing, Retail and wholesale, Healthcare and Governments segments.

The Enterprise Collaboration market sub segments comprises of: Collaboration Solutions and Collaboration Services. In 2014, collaboration solutions market, Telephony solutions accounts for the highest market share in total Enterprise Collaboration market and in 2019 also, it is expected to be the highest revenue generating segment in the overall Enterprise Collaboration market.
The Y-o-Y growth rates of Enterprise Social Networks will be on the higher side among the collaboration solutions market and Professional and Support services will be on the higher side among the collaboration services market throughout the forecast period.

Few high growth markets are:

• Healthcare: real-time communications and quick decision making.
• Government: single platform for communications between government agencies, departments and contractors.
MarketsandMarkets expects the Healthcare and Government, Education, Transportation, Energy, Media and Entertainment segments will show tremendous growth throughout the forecast period. However, there are few revenue pockets, namely BFSI, IT and Telecom, Business services, Manufacturing, Retail and wholesale segments will show significant increase in this period.
Major challenges faced by the vendors in this space is no proper standards to be followed, security of data and network, IT control over data and network infrastructure and intense competition in the market.

There are various assumptions that we have taken into consideration for market sizing and forecasting exercise. Few of global assumptions include political, economic, social, technological and economic factors. For instance, exchange rates, one of the economic factors, are expected to have a moderate rating of impact on this market. Therefore, dollar fluctuations are expected to not seriously affect the forecasts in the emerging APAC regions.

The report will help the market leaders/new entrants in this market in the following ways:–

1. This report segments the market into solutions and services, covering this market comprehensively. The report provides the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall market and the sub-segments. The market numbers are further split across the different verticals and regions.
2. This report will help them better understand the competitor and gain more insights to better position their business. There is a separate section on competitive landscape, including competitor ecosystem, mergers and acquisition and venture capital funding. Besides, there are company profiles of 20 top players in this market. In this section, market internals are provided that can put them ahead of the competitors.
3. The report helps them understand the pulse of the market. The report provides information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.

1 INTRODUCTION 21

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 21
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 22
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 23
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 25
1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
1.5.1 KEY DATA POINTS 27
1.5.2 DATA TRIANGULATION AND MARKET FORECASTING 27
1.6 FORECAST ASSUMPTIONS 28

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 29

2.1 ABSTRACT 29
2.2 OVERALL MARKET SIZE 30

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 32

3.1 MARKET DEFINITION 32
3.2 MARKET EVOLUTION 32
3.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 34
3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 36
3.4.1 DRIVERS 36
3.4.1.1 To boost enterprise productivity 36
3.4.1.2 Availability of high speed data connectivity 36
3.4.1.3 Adoption of new trend-BYOD 36
3.4.2 RESTRAINTS AND CHALLENGES 37
3.4.2.1 No proper Standards 37

3.4.2.2 Security of data 37
3.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES 37
3.4.3.1 Unify the diverse expertise 37
3.4.3.2 To provide specific vertical solution 37
3.4.4 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DROS 38
3.5 VALUE CHAIN 39
3.6 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ELEMENTS 40
3.6.1 COMMUNICATION 40
3.6.2 COORDINATION 40
3.6.3 STANDARDS AND PROCESSES 40
3.6.4 TECHNOLOGY 40
3.6.5 POLICY AND GOVERNANCE 41
3.7 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION FRAMEWORK 41
3.7.1 STRUCTURING BUSINESS PROCESS MODEL 41
3.7.2 DIRECTIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION 41
3.7.3 EVALUATION 41
3.8 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TYPES 42
3.8.1 PROCESS ORIENTED SOLUTIONS 42
3.8.2 PEOPLE ORIENTED SOLUTIONS 43
3.9 COLLABORATION AS A SERVICE (CAAS) 43

4 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY SOLUTIONS 44

4.1 INTRODUCTION 45
4.2 TELEPHONY 47
4.2.1 OVERVIEW 47
4.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 47
4.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 49
4.2.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 51
4.3 UNIFIED MESSAGING 52
4.3.1 OVERVIEW 52
4.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 52
4.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 53
4.3.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 55
4.4 CONFERENCING 56
4.4.1 OVERVIEW 56
4.4.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 56
4.4.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 57

4.4.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 60
4.5 COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS 61
4.5.1 OVERVIEW 61
4.5.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 61
4.5.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 63
4.5.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 65
4.6 ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS 66
4.6.1 OVERVIEW 66
4.6.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 67
4.6.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 68
4.6.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 69

5 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION : MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY SERVICES 71

5.1 INTRODUCTION 72
5.2 PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICES 74
5.2.1 OVERVIEW 74
5.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 74
5.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 75
5.2.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 77
5.3 CONSULTING SERVICES 78
5.3.1 OVERVIEW 78
5.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 78
5.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 79
5.3.2.2 Market size and forecast by users 81

6 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY DEPLOYMENT TYPES 82

6.1 INTRODUCTION 83
6.2 ON-PREMISE 85
6.2.1 OVERVIEW 85
6.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 85
6.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 87
6.2.2.2 Market size and forecast by regions 89
6.3 ON-DEMAND 90
6.3.1 OVERVIEW 90
6.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 90
6.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 91
6.3.2.2 Market size and forecast by regions 94

7 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY USERS 96

7.1 INTRODUCTION 97
7.2 SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 99
7.2.1 OVERVIEW 99
7.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 99
7.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 101
7.2.2.2 Market size and forecast by regions 103
7.3 LARGE ENTERPRISE 104
7.3.1 OVERVIEW 104
7.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 104
7.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by verticals 106
7.3.2.2 Market size and forecast by regions 108

8 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY VERTICALS 110

8.1 INTRODUCTION 111
8.2 BANKING, FINANCIAL SERVICES AND INSURANCE 114
8.2.1 OVERVIEW 114
8.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 115
8.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 116
8.3 BUSINESS SERVICES 117
8.3.1 OVERVIEW 117
8.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 118
8.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 119
8.4 IT AND TELECOM 120
8.4.1 OVERVIEW 120
8.4.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 120
8.4.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 121
8.5 MANUFACTURING 123
8.5.1 OVERVIEW 123
8.5.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 123
8.5.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 125
8.6 RETAIL AND WHOLESALE 126

8.6.1 OVERVIEW 126
8.6.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 126
8.6.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 128
8.7 HEALTHCARE 129
8.7.1 OVERVIEW 129
8.7.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 130
8.7.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 131
8.8 GOVERNMENT 132
8.8.1 OVERVIEW 132
8.8.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 133
8.8.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 134
8.9 OTHERS 135
8.9.1 OVERVIEW 135
8.9.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 135
8.9.2.1 Market size and forecast by regions 137

9 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY REGIONS 139

9.1 INTRODUCTION 140
9.1.1 PARFAIT CHARTS 143
9.2 NORTH AMERICA (NA) 143
9.2.1 OVERVIEW 143
9.2.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 144
9.2.2.1 Market size and forecast by solutions 145
9.2.2.2 Market size and forecast by services 147
9.3 EUROPE (EU) 148
9.3.1 OVERVIEW 148
9.3.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 149
9.3.2.1 Market size and forecast by solutions 150
9.3.2.2 Market size and forecast by services 152
9.4 ASIA PACIFIC (APAC) 153
9.4.1 OVERVIEW 153
9.4.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 154
9.4.2.1 Market size and forecast by solutions 155
9.4.2.2 Market size and forecast by services 156
9.5 MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA (MEA) 158

9.5.1 OVERVIEW 158
9.5.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 158
9.5.2.1 Market size and forecast by solutions 159
9.5.2.2 Market size and forecast by services 160
9.6 LATIN AMERICA (LA) 162
9.6.1 OVERVIEW 162
9.6.2 MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 162
9.6.2.1 Market size and forecast by solutions 163
9.6.2.2 Market size and forecast by services 164

10 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET LANDSCAPE 166

10.1 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 166
10.1.1 ECOSYSTEM AND ROLES 166
10.1.2 PORTFOLIO COMPARISON 168
10.1.2.1 Overview 168
10.1.2.2 Product Category Mapping 168
10.2 END-USER LANDSCAPE 169
10.2.1 MARKET OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS 169
10.2.2 END-USER ANALYSIS 170
10.2.2.1 Mobile data traffic to grow at a CAGR of 40.31% in the next five years 170
10.2.2.2 Smartphones are expected to hold more than 70% of the total handset market by 2018 170
10.2.2.3 Internet speed has grown by 12 percent worldwide 170

11 COMPANY PROFILE 171 (MnM View, Overview, Products & Services, Strategy & Analyst Insights, Developments)*

11.1 ADOBE SYSTEMS 171
11.2 CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. 175
11.3 CITRIX 180
11.4 GOOGLE 184
11.5 IBM 188
11.6 JIVE SOFTWARE 191
11.7 MICROSOFT 195
11.8 NOVELL 199
11.9 OPEN TEXT CORPORATION 202
11.10 ORACLE 206
*Details on MarketsandMarkets View, Overview, Products & Services, Strategy & Analyst Insights, Developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
APPENDIX 210
- MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS (M&A) 210
- VENTURE CAPITAL 213

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SIZE, 2014–2019 ($BILLION) 30
TABLE 2 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SOLUTION MARKET SIZE,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 45
TABLE 3 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SOLUTION MARKET, BY TYPES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 46
TABLE 4 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TELEPHONY SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 49
TABLE 5 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TELEPHONY SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 50
TABLE 6 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TELEPHONY SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, BY USERS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 51
TABLE 7 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TELEPHONY SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 51
TABLE 8 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION UNIFIED MESSAGING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 53
TABLE 9 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION UNIFIED MESSAGING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014 -2019, Y-O-Y (%) 54

TABLE 10 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION UNIFIED MESSAGING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 55
TABLE 11 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION UNIFIED MESSAGING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 56
TABLE 12 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 58
TABLE 13 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 59
TABLE 14 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY USERS,2014-2019 ($BILLION) 60
TABLE 15 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 61
TABLE 16 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 63
TABLE 17 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 64
TABLE 18 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 65
TABLE 19 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014 -2019, Y-O-Y (%) 66
TABLE 20 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 68
TABLE 21 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 69
TABLE 22 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORK MARKET, BY USERS,2014 -2019 ($BILLION) 70
TABLE 23 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 70
TABLE 24 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SERVICES MARKET SIZE, BY TYPES,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 72
TABLE 25 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SERVICES MARKET SIZE,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 73

TABLE 26 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICE MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 75
TABLE 27 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICE MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 76
TABLE 28 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICE MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 77
TABLE 29 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICE MARKET, BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 77
TABLE 30 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONSULTING SERVICE MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 79
TABLE 31 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONSULTING SERVICE MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 80
TABLE 32 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONSULTING SERVICE MARKET,
BY USERS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 81
TABLE 33 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONSULTING SERVICE MARKET,
BY USERS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 81
TABLE 34 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION DEPLOYMENT TYPE MARKET SIZE,
2014-2019 ($ ILLION) 83
TABLE 35 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION DEPLOYMENT TYPE MARKET SIZE,
BY TYPE, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 84
TABLE 36 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-PREMISE DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($ BILLION) 87
TABLE 37 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-PREMISE DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 88
TABLE 38 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-PREMISE DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 89
TABLE 39 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-PREMISE DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 90
TABLE 40 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-DEMAND DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 92
TABLE 41 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-DEMAND DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 93
TABLE 42 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-DEMAND DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 94
TABLE 43 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-DEMAND DEPLOYMENT MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 95

TABLE 44 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY END USERS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 97
TABLE 45 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY END USERS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 98
TABLE 46 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 101
TABLE 47 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MARKET, BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 102
TABLE 48 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 103
TABLE 49 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 104
TABLE 50 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LARGE ENTERPRISE MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 106
TABLE 51 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LARGE ENTERPRISE MARKET,
BY VERTICALS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 107
TABLE 52 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LARGE ENTERPRISE MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 108
TABLE 53 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LARGE ENTERPRISE MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-0-Y (%) 109

TABLE 54 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY VERTICALS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 111
TABLE 55 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY VERTICALS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 112
TABLE 56 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BFSI MARKET, BY REGION,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 116
TABLE 57 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BFSI MARKET, BY REGION,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 117
TABLE 58 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BUSINESS SERVICES MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 119
TABLE 59 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BUSINESS SERVICES MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 120
TABLE 60 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION IT AND TELECOM MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 122
TABLE 61 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION IT AND TELECOM MARKET, BY REGION, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 123
TABLE 62 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MANUFACTURING MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 125
TABLE 63 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MANUFACTURING MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 126
TABLE 64 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION RETAIL AND WHOLESALE MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 128
TABLE 65 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION RETAIL AND WHOLESALE MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 129
TABLE 66 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 131
TABLE 67 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 132
TABLE 68 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION GOVERNMENT MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 134
TABLE 69 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION GOVERNMENT MARKET, BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 135
TABLE 70 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION OTHER VERTICALS MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 137
TABLE 71 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION OTHER VERTICALS MARKET,
BY REGIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 138
TABLE 72 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY REGIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 141
TABLE 73 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY REGIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 142

TABLE 74 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY SOLUTIONS, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 145
TABLE 75 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY SOLUTIONS, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 146
TABLE 76 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY SERVICES, 2014-2019 ($BILLION) 147
TABLE 77 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
BY SERVICES, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 148
TABLE 78 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION EUROPE MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 150
TABLE 79 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION EUROPE MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 151
TABLE 80 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION EUROPE MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019 ($ BILLION) 152
TABLE 81 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION EUROPE MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 153
TABLE 82 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION APAC MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 155
TABLE 83 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION APAC MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 156
TABLE 84 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION APAC MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 157
TABLE 85 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION APAC MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 157
TABLE 86 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MEA MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 159
TABLE 87 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MEA MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 160
TABLE 88 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MEA MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 161
TABLE 89 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MEA MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 161
TABLE 90 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LA MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 163
TABLE 91 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LA MARKET, BY SOLUTIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 164
TABLE 92 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LA MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019 ($BILLION) 165
TABLE 93 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LA MARKET, BY SERVICES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 165

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: STAKEHOLDERS 25
FIGURE 2 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
FIGURE 3 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET GROWTH, 2014–2019, ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 31
FIGURE 4 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: EVOLUTION 34
FIGURE 5 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET SEGMENTATION 35
FIGURE 6 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DROS 38
FIGURE 7 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: VALUE CHAIN 39
FIGURE 8 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: FRAMEWORK 42
FIGURE 9 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SOLUTION MARKET, BY TYPES,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 47
FIGURE 10 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION TELEPHONY SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 48
FIGURE 11 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION UNIFIED MESSAGING SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 52
FIGURE 12 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONFERENCING SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 57
FIGURE 13 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS AND APPLICATIONS SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 62
FIGURE 14 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS SOLUTIONS MARKET SIZE, 2014 -2019 ($ BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 67
FIGURE 15 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SERVICES MARKET SIZE, BY TYPES, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 73
FIGURE 16 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MARKET SIZE, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 74
FIGURE 17 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION CONSULTING SERVICES MARKET SIZE, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 78
FIGURE 18 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION DEPLOYMENT TYPES MARKET SIZE,
BY TYPES, 2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 84
FIGURE 19 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-PREMISE DEPLOYMENT TYPE,
2014-2019 ($ BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 86
FIGURE 20 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION ON-DEMAND DEPLOYMENT TYPE,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 91

FIGURE 21 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY END USERS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 98
FIGURE 22 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MARKET, 2014-2019 ($ BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 100
FIGURE 23 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LARGE ENTERPRISE MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 105
FIGURE 24 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY VERTICALS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 113
FIGURE 25 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BFSI MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 115
FIGURE 26 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION BUSINESS SERVICE MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 118
FIGURE 27 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION IT AND TELECOM MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 121
FIGURE 28 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MANUFACTURING MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 124
FIGURE 29 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION RETAIL AND WHOLESALE MARKET, 2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 127
FIGURE 30 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION HEALTHCARE MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 130
FIGURE 31 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION GOVERNMENT MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 133
FIGURE 32 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION OTHER VERTICALS MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 136
FIGURE 33 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MARKET, BY REGIONS,
2014-2019, Y-O-Y (%) 142
FIGURE 34 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: PARFAIT CHART 143
FIGURE 35 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION NORTH AMERICA MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 144
FIGURE 36 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION EUROPE MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 149
FIGURE 37 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION APAC MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 154
FIGURE 38 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION MEA MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 158
FIGURE 39 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION LA MARKET,
2014-2019 ($BILLION, Y-O-Y %) 162
FIGURE 40 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION- ECOSYSTEM 167
FIGURE 41 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: PRODUCT CATEGORY MAPPING 168
FIGURE 42 ENTERPRISE COLLABORATION: MARKET OPPORTUNITY PLOT 169

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