Public Cloud Business Process Services Market
Public Cloud Business Process Services Market (Process - Cloud Payment Services, Customer Management, E-commerce Enablement Services, Finance and Accounting Services, Supply Chain Management Services, Industry Operation, and Human Resource Management Services; Vertical - Government, BFSI, Healthcare, Telecommunicating, Media and Entertainment, Energy and Utilities, Retail/Wholesale, Manufacturing, and Transportation; Enterprise - Large Enterprise and Small and Medium Enterprise) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2022
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Global Public Cloud Business Process Services Market: Snapshot
The global public cloud business process services market is envisaged to gain impetus alongside the fast-progressing cloud business process management (BPM) industry. Companies operating in the market could look to capitalize on a high demand for an absolute solution for all business processes. The market could gain a competitive edge in the coming years with the help of multi-process platforms engaged to provide complete business process solutions. The need for high-value process outcomes is anticipated to be met by the implementation of public cloud business process services. The services could also be adopted in the business ecosphere for creating a network amongst suppliers, distributors, partners, and employees.
Transparency Market Research (TMR) foresees the global public cloud business process services market to expand at a CAGR of 21.7% during the forecast period 2017–2022. By the final forecast year, the market could be worth a US$139.1 bn. In 2017, it had reached a valuation of US$52.0 bn.
Human Resource Management Services to Attain Overriding Share
The world public cloud business process services market is predicted to be categorized into sundry segments according to process. As a result, the scope of business prospects predominant in the market could be extremely wide and comprehensive. Amongst the various process markets for public cloud business process services, human resource management services are expected to post a lion’s share at an 18.4% CAGR. Annually, the human resource management services market could grow at a US$3.7 bn. Other processes such as cloud payment services, customer management, e-commerce enablement services, finance and accounting services, supply chain management services, and industry operation could also be in the competition to achieve more share in the market.
Two other categories, i.e. vertical and enterprise, are forecasted to make contributions to the world public cloud business process services market. According to the vertical classification, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) and telecommunicating could account for a faster growth in the market. Most telecom and telecommunication technology enterprises are prognosticated to successfully implement cloud business process services. The BFSI sector could implement public cloud business process as a service (BPaaS) to cover specific business requirements while focusing on key parameters. Moreover, public cloud BPaaS could be employed to manage workspace support, training activities, and staff in BFSI.
As per type of enterprise, large enterprises and small and medium enterprises could implement public cloud business process services according to their needs.
Asia Pacific except Japan to Conclude 2022 on High Note
In terms of share, Asia Pacific except Japan (APEJ) could secure a greater percentage of absolute growth in the foreseeable future. By the end of the aforementioned forecast period, the regional market for public cloud business process services could boast of a stunning share of US$58.6 bn. By the same year, North America is projected to exhibit a more than double the share achieved in 2017. Next to rank could be Europe with a decent share estimated to be earned in future. Nonetheless, there could be some expectations placed on other geographical markets such as the Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Japan.
Prominent players such as Accenture PLC, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Microsoft Corp., IBM Corporation, and Fujitsu Limited could make their presence known in the worldwide public cloud business process services market.
Global Public Cloud Business Process Services Market: Overview
The global public cloud business process services market takes cue from the grander performance of the public cloud services market, which is expected to continue maintaining its multibillion dollar worth. Alongside cloud business process management (BPM), cloud business process services a.k.a. business process as a service (BPaaS) could be referred to a vital business process layer. This layer is studied to top other cloud services such as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS).
The authors presenting this market research publication have taken into account almost all the important factors deemed crucial for the growth of the global public cloud business process services market. Moreover, they have dug deep into the factors that challenge the market and those that offer opportunities to avoid any setback in future.
Global Public Cloud Business Process Services Market: Dynamics
Public cloud business process services alongside cloud BPM incorporate a feature-rich platform for business process services to deliver automated business outcomes for vertical as well as horizontal business processes. With the help of public cloud business process services, enterprises could be benefited with simplified operation and accelerated performance, informed decisions, flexibility, virtualized workplaces, and augmented transparency. Furthermore, public cloud business process services could find application in improving the agility of business processes, avoiding vendor locking, and amplifying the cost-effectiveness of process executions.
The addition of cloud advertising as part of public cloud business process services could help the market gain a whole lot of importance in the near future. Without having the need to own an IT infrastructure and set up one, enterprises could use cloud computing for availing various services, applications, and software on pay-per-use basis. Cloud advertising had accounted for a sizable share in the total public cloud services market in the past and could continue to sustain dominance until the next few years.
Global Public Cloud Business Process Services Market: Segmentation
According to the analysts, the world public cloud business process services market could be cataloged into cloud payment services, customer management, e-commerce enablement services, finance and accounting services, supply chain management services, industry operation, and human resource management services by type of process. Amongst these, the human resource management services market is prognosticated to be ranked numero uno with a higher share of US$32.5 bn expected to be earned by 2022.
By vertical, the world public cloud business process services market is envisaged to find opportunities in segments such as government, banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), healthcare, telecommunicating, media and entertainment, energy and utilities, retail/wholesale, manufacturing, and transportation. By enterprise, there could be two major markets prevailing, viz. large enterprise and small and medium enterprise.
Regionally, Asia Pacific except Japan (APEJ) is envisioned to be in the driver’s seat of the world public cloud business process services market while rising at a 46.6% CAGR during the forecast timeframe 2017–2022. Other geographies such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Japan, and the Middle East and Africa (MEA) could also be key for the growth of the market.
Global Public Cloud Business Process Services Market: Competition
Some of the superior players in the worldwide public cloud business process services market could be Accenture PLC, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Microsoft Corp., IBM Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, Oracle Corp., Amazon Web Services, Inc., Salesforce.Com, Inc., SAP SE, and VMware, Inc.