📞  +1 (855) 661-4441(US)   📞  +44 1720 412 167(UK)
Certified Global Research Member
Isomar fd.webp Wcrc 57.webp
Key Questions Answered
  • Global Market Outlook
  • In-depth analysis of global and regional trends
  • Analyze and identify the major players in the market, their market share, key developments, etc.
  • To understand the capability of the major players based on products offered, financials, and strategies.
  • Identify disrupting products, companies, and trends.
  • To identify opportunities in the market.
  • Analyze the key challenges in the market.
  • Analyze the regional penetration of players, products, and services in the market.
  • Comparison of major players financial performance.
  • Evaluate strategies adopted by major players.
  • Recommendations
Why Choose Market Research Future?
  • Vigorous research methodologies for specific market.
  • Knowledge partners across the globe
  • Large network of partner consultants.
  • Ever-increasing/ Escalating data base with quarterly monitoring of various markets
  • Trusted by fortune 500 companies/startups/ universities/organizations
  • Large database of 5000+ markets reports.
  • Effective and prompt pre- and post-sales support.

Video as a Service Market Research Report: Information By Application (Corporate Communications, Training & Development, And Marketing & Client Engagement) By Cloud Deployment (Public, Private, And Hybrid), By Vertical (BFSI, IT & Telecommunications, Healthcare, Media & Entertainment, Government, Others) By Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, And Rest Of The World) –Market Forecast Till 2032.

ID: MRFR/ICT/9133-HCR | 90 Pages | Author: Aarti Dhapte| June 2024

Video as a Service Market Overview

Video as a Service Market is projected to grow from USD 1.69 Billion in 2024 to USD 2.59 billion by 2032, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.48% during the forecast period (2024 - 2032). Additionally, the market size for Video as a Service was valued at USD 1.59 billion in 2023.

The advent of remote work and virtual meetings has raised demand for remote communication and collaboration solutions are the key market drivers enhancing the market growth.

Figure 1: Video as a Service Market Size, 2024-2032 (USD Billion)

Video as a Service Market Overview 2

Source: Secondary Research, Primary Research, MRFR Database and Analyst Review

Video as a Service Market Trends

Growing use in real time video is driving the market growth

Market CAGR for video as a service is being driven by the rising use in real time video. The video-as-a-service (VaaS) market is expanding due to its capacity to raise productivity, promote engagement, and keep remote workers connected. Furthermore, there is increased demand for real-time and remote access internet video services and rapid growth of high-speed communication infrastructure among organizations. As a result of these factors, the video-as-a-service industry is predicted to grow. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 epidemic, the shift to remote workflows has produced significant challenges, notably in the media and entertainment industries, and organizations are increasingly seeking real-time video service (ott video) to restart production remotely. Many video conferencing service providers have used various tactics to better serve their consumers. Solution providers are focused on providing tailored solutions to match the unique needs of various enterprises. Furthermore, using cloud-based solutions and investments in new technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), voice and face recognition, high-definition audio and video, and immersive telepresence is expanding considerably. Introducing new VaaS solution providers will likely increase competition and accelerate SME adoption of cost-effective hybrid cloud-based VC and collaboration solutions. Consultants and freelancers also use VC solutions to communicate with customers in various countries.

Cloud-based venture capital capabilities have allowed businesses to better collaboration across offices situated all over the world. Companies with a  workforce and network are the early adopters of VaaS solutions, and they are more likely to employ video as a service to facilitate effective communication across multiple teams situated in different locations. Many businesses have used virtual reality as a trip alternative, saving time and money on travel expenses. Companies are concentrating on incorporating VC into their Unified Communication (UC) infrastructure as its popularity grows. They are attempting to expand video conferencing to mobile and distant users using desktop and cellular communication devices to allow VC for numerous users across multiple geographies. Most technological improvements may be more efficient when they are cloud-based. 5G, with low to zero latency, increases that integration, resulting in better connections. Improved mobile broadband will provide a consistent, high-quality experience for cloud video services, including conferencing, recording, and storage. Lowering the cost per bit will result in more inexpensive and limitless mobile data packages better suited to intensive media consumption. Furthermore, innovative technologies like facial recognition and live transcripts powered by Al and ML will accelerate the adoption of video conferencing over 5G. The evolution of 5G still needs to realize its full transformative potential, providing a significant growth opportunity for video as a service sector. Thus, driving the Video as a Service market revenue.

Video as a Service Market Segment Insights

Video as a Service Application Insights

The  Video as a Service market segmentation, based on application includes corporate communications, training & development, and marketing & client engagement. The corporate communications segment dominated the market, accounting for 45% of market revenue . Corporate communication has changed as a result of the market's availability of superior alternatives like as video conferencing, zoom cloud recording, and live chat. According to research done by 3M Visual Systems Division (US), humans comprehend and recall visual material better than written content. Text-heavy modes of communication need a significant amount of time and effort to transmit the required information, and the odds of the message being heard and delivered accurately are significantly reduced.

Video as a Service Cloud Deployment Insights

The Video as a Service market segmentation, based on cloud deployment includes public, private, and hybrid. The hybrid segment dominated the market. The significant transition to a hybrid approach that matches with the nature of diverse workloads can be ascribed to the high share. Organisations can keep their external capabilities with major public cloud providers while maintaining relatively minor workloads in a private cloud hosted in-house or on-premises using the hybrid cloud deployment strategy.

Figure 2: Video as a Service Market, by Deployment, 2022 & 2032 (USD Billion)

Video as a Service Market, by Deployment

Source: Secondary Research, Primary Research, MRFR Database and Analyst Review

Video as a Service Vertical Insights

The  Video as a Service market segmentation, based on vertical, includes BFSI, IT & telecommunications, healthcare, media & entertainment, government, others. The BFSI category generated the most income. The usage of business video in the telecom and IT industries is quickly expanding. It helps to connect distant locations, reducing the complexity of organizational communication. Employees may exchange fresh ideas with one another in a pleasant and engaging way by using videos.

Video as a Service Regional Insights

By region, the study provides market insights into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Rest of the World. The North American Video as a Service market area will dominate this market; North America's market for video conferencing and other cloud-based communication solutions is mature. The regional market has grown because of the exponential demand for continuous access to visual meetings and high-quality internet.

Further, the major countries studied in the market report are The US, Canada, German, India, Australia, France, the UK, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, South Korea, and Brazil.



Source: Secondary Research, Primary Research, MRFR Database and Analyst Review

Europe has the second-largest market share for Video as a Service. A wide variety of video collaboration solution providers are available. The region's enterprise and commercial markets are expanding. Furthermore, the German Video as a Service market dominated, while the UK Video as a Service market was the fastest expanding in Europe.

From 2023 to 2032, the Asia-Pacific Video as a Service Market will develop at the quickest CAGR. The severe transition to remote working infrastructure has increased demand for video conferencing equipment, collaboration tools, and accessories, supporting regional market growth. Furthermore, China's Video as a Service market had the highest market share, while India's Video as a Service market was the fastest expanding in the Asia-Pacific region.

Video as a Service Key Market Players & Competitive Insights

Leading market companies are making significant R&D investments to diversify their product offerings, which will drive the Video as a Service market's expansion. Important market developments include new product releases, contractual agreements, mergers and acquisitions, greater investments, and collaboration with other organizations. Market participants also engage in several strategic actions to increase their worldwide presence. The market for Video as a Service industry is becoming more competitive. Therefore, it needs to offer reasonably priced products to grow and thrive.

Manufacturing locally to reduce operating costs is one of the primary business strategies manufacturers employ in the worldwide Video as a Service industry to assist customers and expand the market sector. The market for Video as a Service industry has recently provided some of the most important benefits. Major players in the Video as a Service market, including Lumen, Sony Semiconducctor and others, are attempting to increase market demand by investing in research and development operations.

Sony Semiconductor Solutions Group is creating a device solution business centered on image sensors, including micro-displays, different LSIs, semiconductor lasers, etc. In May 2020, Sony Semiconductor Solutions and Microsoft have collaborated to increase consumer access to Al-powered smart cameras and video analytics solutions. As part of this collaboration, both firms will install Microsoft Azure's Al capabilities on Sony's intelligent vision sensor IMX500, which extracts relevant information from pictures in smart cameras and other devices.

Lumen is inspired by the notion that when technology enhances the way we live and work, mankind is at its finest. We provide the quickest, most secure platform for apps and data to enable enterprises, governments, and communities to offer extraordinary experiences, with almost 450,000 route fiber miles and clients in over 60 countries. In November 2020, Zoom Video Communications collaborated with Lumen to make Zoom available as part of Lumen's Unified Communications and Collaboration Suite. This will improve the user experience for the Unified Communications and Collaboration Suite and Zoom's customer reach.

Key Companies in the Video as a Service market include

  • Microsoft (US)

  • Adobe (US)

  • Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (US)

  • Avaya Inc. (US)

  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)

  • Google (US)

  • Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US)

  • Plantronics, Inc. (US)

  • LogMeIn, Inc. (US)

  • RingCentral, Inc. (US)

  • Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd. (India)

  • Premiere Global Services, Inc. (US)

  • Wickr Inc. (US)

  • Pexip AS (Norway)

  • StarLeaf (UK).

Video as a Service Industry Developments

September 2022: Adobe has announced the signing of a formal merger agreement to purchase Figma. Adobe and Figma working together will bring in a new age of collaborative innovation.Adobe and Figma will rethink the future of creativity and productivity, enhance product design, and inspire global communities of artists, designers, and developers.

September 2021: According to Huawei Indonesia, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. has been chosen to assist with cyber security in Indonesia. Huawei will collaborate with the Republic of Indonesia's National Cyber and Crypt Security Agency.

June 2021: Amazon Web Services, Inc. announced that Swisscom, Switzerland's top telecommunications company, has chosen AWS as a public cloud provider for its IT companies in the VaaS market.

Video as a Service Market Segmentation

Video as a Service Application Outlook

  • Corporate Communications

  • Training & Development

  • Marketing & Client Engagement

Video as a Service Cloud Deployment Outlook

  • Public

  • Private

  • Hybrid

Video as a Service Vertical Outlook

  • BFSI

  • IT & telecommunications

  • Healthcare

  • Media & Entertainment

  • Government

  • Others

Video as a Service Regional Outlook

  • North America

  • US

  • Canada

  • Europe

  • Germany

  • France

  • UK

  • Italy

  • Spain

  • Rest of Europe

  • Asia-Pacific

    • China

    • Japan

    • India

    • Australia

    • South Korea

    • Australia

    • Rest of Asia-Pacific

  • Rest of the World

    • Middle East

    • Africa

    • Latin America

Report Attribute/Metric Details
Market Size 2023 USD 1.59 Billion
Market Size 2024 USD 1.69 Billion
Market Size 2032 USD 2.59 Billion
Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) 5.48% (2024-2032)
Base Year 2023
Market Forecast Period 2024-2032
Historical Data 2018- 2022
Market Forecast Units Value (USD Billion)
Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Market Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
Segments Covered Application, Cloud Deployment, Vertical, and Region
Geographies Covered North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World
Countries Covered The US, Canada, German, France, UK, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, India, Australia, South Korea, and Brazil
Key Companies Profiled  Microsoft (US), Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (US), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), Adobe (US), Avaya Inc. (US), Google (US), Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US), Plantronics, Inc. (US), LogMeIn, Inc. (US), RingCentral, Inc. (US), Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd. (India), Premiere Global Services, Inc. (US), Wickr Inc. (US), Pexip AS (Norway), and StarLeaf (UK).
Key Market Opportunities Obesity in children, healthier and more balanced diets
Key Market Dynamics Increase in health difficulties and worries, leading in costly operations

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

The global Video as a Service market size was valued at USD 1.59 Billion in 2023.

The global market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.48% during the forecast period, 2024-2032.

North America had the largest share in the global market

The key players in the market are Microsoft (US), Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (US), Cisco Systems, Inc. (US), Adobe (US), Avaya Inc. (US), Google (US), Amazon Web Services, Inc. (US).

The hybrid dominated the market in 2022.

The IT and telecom had the largest share in the global market.

Leading companies partner with us for data-driven Insights
client_1 client_2 client_3 client_4 client_5 client_6 client_7 client_8 client_9 client_10
Kindly complete the form below to receive a free sample of this Report
Please fill in Business Email for Quick Response

We do not share your information with anyone. However, we may send you emails based on your report interest from time to time. You may contact us at any time to opt-out.

Purchase Option
Single User $ 4,950
Multiuser License $ 5,950
Enterprise User $ 7,250
Compare Licenses
Tailored for You
  • Dedicated Research on any specifics segment or region.
  • Focused Research on specific players in the market.
  • Custom Report based only on your requirements.
  • Flexibility to add or subtract any chapter in the study.
  • Historic data from 2014 and forecasts outlook till 2040.
  • Flexibility of providing data/insights in formats (PDF, PPT, Excel).
  • Provide cross segmentation in applicable scenario/markets.