Pune, India, May 2020, MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future has published a Half-Cooked Research Report on the Global Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) Market.
In its research report, Market Research Future (MRFR), emphasizes that over the review period, the global Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) market 2020 is projected to rise exponentially, securing a significant market valuation and a healthy CAGR. Drivers and Restraints
Enterprises have an enormous volume of data and lack effective tools to analyze the threats that render fraudulent activities unnoticed, particularly in the supply chain phase. The identification of fraud and the control of risks are among the major problems facing vertical industry. Large companies have implemented several techniques to avoid risks to business records. The vital and organized records of organizations are housed in the organisation's data warehouse. Therefore, implementing a cost-effective, cloud-based solution is likely to boost the fraud detection market in the enterprise data warehouse industry. Enterprises have started to embrace cloud-based delivery strategies to protect their business records. Private clouds provide flexibility along with expanded control rates over corporate data and applications. In the digital age of today, the amount of data increases exponentially in an organization. Decreasing processing power and online storage costs and rising business applications implementation are key factors that promote this development. Rising in the big data trend of the company leads to increased analytics demand which is expected to boost market growth. It is anticipated that increased demand for high-speed analytics and low latency along with a increasing role of business intelligence in business management would drive market demand. The deployment of these applications could become increasingly complex and time consuming because the data for these applications is dispersed throughout the enterprise, stored in many different formats, and may even reside on many different platforms. In addition, the constant changes in the business environment foster endless business users requests for new information. The emerging warehousing centers are expected to implement new versatility framework along with the introduction of up-to-date information and sources that tackle challenges such as complexity, range, distance, and speed. Insufficient time to develop in-house software is expected to drive market growth with budget constraints for IT along with cost advantages linked to on-demand software subscription. Difficulties in improving and maintaining data quality, however, may serve as a major challenge to market growth.
Segmentation by Methods comprises information processing, gdata mining , analytical processing.
Segmentation by deployment comprises on-premise and on-cloud deployment.
Segmentation by vertical comprises BFSI, IT and telecommunications, manufacturing, retail, government and others.
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The global business regional analysis was conducted in four major regions including Asia Pacific, North America, Europe and the rest of the world.
North America is predicted as the leading business area followed by Europe. Because of increased knowledge of data management, data governance compliance and also the growing need for better data management to create relationships between various heterogeneous variables required to frame an organization's strategic policies Due to the early adoption of data warehouse as a service as well as major initiatives taken by market players in the form of collaborations with various technology players in the region, North America constitutes the largest market share. The US and Canada are two influential North American markets that see the robust adoption of emerging technology, such as applications for cloud data warehouse. Asia Pacific is considered to be market-oriented emerging area.
The main players in the world market as defined by MRFR are ABB ltd (Switzerland), Accenture PLC (Ireland), Informatica (US), SAS Institute, Inc.(U.S.), Teradata Corporation (U.S.), Symantec Corporation (U.S.), IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Intel Security (U.S.), SAP SE (Germany).