The Australia and New Zealand Digital Business Transformation series examine how enterprises are evolving in terms of their intelligent core (enterprise applications — ERP, CRM, and supply chain) and taking full advantage of automation technologies, end-to-end processes, microservices architecture, and APIs to support their digital transformation (DX) agenda. It provides a coordinated view of the enterprise applications and application development/deployment, which are undergoing rapid change, by combining software product–related research with coverage of the broader market opportunities and ecosystem dynamics.
Australia and New Zealand Digital Business Transformation
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Rise of next-generation software (i.e., intelligent ERP [iERP] and security)
- Current and future trends shaping digital demand in Australia
- End-user buying behavior trends and expectations
- Impact of digital transformation on software markets: Marketing, ERP, CRM, analytics, commerce, social/collaboration, analytics, and HR/talent management
- Agile software development and DevOps enterprise maturity
- Modern application architectures (i.e., APIs and microservices)
- The Growing Significance of Intelligent ERP in Australia and New Zealand
- SaaS and Cloud-Enabled Midmarket ERP Applications
- Human Capital Management Applications: An Enabler for WorkSource Transformation
- Future of Software
- Capabilities of High Demand for Current and Future ERP Deployments
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- How will the intelligent ERP market evolve in Australia?
- How are EA vendors incorporating 3rd Platform technologies into their product portfolios, and how is that affecting their prospects in midsize and large enterprise applications markets?
- What are the end-user solution spending expectations, tech attitudes, and IT strategies?
- How will disruptive consumption models, such as SaaS and open source, affect the overall market?
- How are application marketplaces changing the way buyers acquire enterprise applications?
ABB Ltd., Automation Anywhere, Inc., BMC Software, Inc., Blue Prism Group plc, Blue Yonder Inc., Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc., Coupa Software, Inc., Epicor Software Corporation, Halogen Software Inc., Infor, Inc., Kronos Incorporated, MYOB Group Limited, Microsoft Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Oracle Netsuite, Saba Software, Inc., Sage Group plc, Salesforce.com, Inc., ServiceNow, Inc., Technology One Ltd., The Ultimate Software Group, Inc., UiPath Inc., Unit4 NV, Workday, Inc., Xero Limited, Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd.