The degree of competition among the existing players in the global enterprise collaboration service market is quite high. The prevailing competition is forecast get fiercer in the future with the entry of new market players, finds Transparency Market Research (TMR) in a new report. Currently, IBM Corporation, Cisco System Inc., Nokia Network, HP Corporation, and Polycom, Inc., are the top players in the global enterprise collaboration service market.
The dominance of these enterprises is on account of their persistent funding and efforts towards innovation and in providing collaboration services. “Through strategic collaborations and mergers, vendors in the market are competing against one another and looking to strengthen their market position,” observed the TMR report’s author. Exhibiting a CAGR of 10.3%, the global enterprise collaboration service market is forecast to reach US$56.51 bn by the end of 2024.
The increasing demand for mobile workforce and enterprise mobility is creating lucrative prospects for the global enterprise collaboration service market. To continue witnessing sustainable growth, enterprises are nowadays looking to expand their global footprint by conducting cross-border businesses. This created accelerated demand for collaborative tool as without technology enabling effective communication enterprises will fail to conduct business across borders.
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Due to various benefits offered by enterprise collaboration services their uptake is expected to surge in the coming years. In addition, the rising penetration of mobile devices will have a strong influence on the market, positively propelling its growth. For instance, the availability of low-priced smartphones around the world has provided immense opportunities for the leading vendors to capitalize on.
On the downside due to the rising incidence of cyber-attacks in the last few years, data breaches have become crucial concerns for enterprises. “As enterprises often communicate voice data via Internet lines, streaming media services, and voice over internet protocol, they often encounter security threats and have become more vulnerable to cyber-attacks,” said a lead TMR analyst. Such concerns cause hindrances for the overall market.