Telecom enterprise services market to cross a value of US$ 583 bn by 2030
Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the global telecom enterprise services market. In terms of revenue, the global telecom enterprise services market is estimated to expand at a CAGR of ~4% during the forecast period, owing to numerous factors regarding which TMR offers thorough insights and forecasts in its report on the global telecom enterprise services market.
The demand for enterprise services is expected to surge in the upcoming years with the expansion of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) across the world and increase in industrial activity globally. In addition, more investments in and economic growth of the APAC region, and increase in worldwide enterprise IT spending across verticals are further expected to drive the market during the forecast period. The report analyzes the global telecom enterprise services market and provides estimates in terms of revenue (US$ Bn) from 2018 to 2030.
Tlecom enterprise services market: Key growth drivers
The world is witnessing expansion of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Approximately 120 million formal MSMEs operate across the world, with over 89 million operating in emerging markets such as India, China, and the developing countries of Southeast Asia. Formal MSMEs are more common in high-income economies such as OECD, non-OECD countries, and the EU. The MSME density is increasing at a rapid pace in low and middle-income economies, especially in the Middle East, Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia and East Asia, and the Pacific regions. MSMEs play an important role in employment generation as well as in the GDP of an economy. They still employ more than one-third of the world’s labor force. MSMEs seek low-cost and efficient communication solutions with a focus on continuity of operations and processes, which, in turn, will trigger the growth of the telecom enterprise services market.
Moreover, there is extensive industrial activity that is driving telecom enterprise services. The advent of the IT & ITES industry across emerging economies has led to an increase in the overall industrial activity. Banking and IT & ITES are major sectors adopting telecom enterprise services and mobility solutions to improve the customer experience. This has led to immense opportunity for global operators to establish and engage in business with companies operating in these sectors. Bandwidth, both domestic and international, plays a crucial role in knowledge-based industries such as BPOs, call centers, and software exports.
In the IT/ITeS industry, the rise in demand for enterprise connectivity solutions can be attributed to the need for high-speed connectivity, voice channels, and expansion of BPO/back-office companies, which has led to the high demand for IP and international private leased circuits. National e-governance initiatives such as unique identification/social security, measures for financial inclusion, and improving connectivity in rural areas are the key factors driving the adoption of telecom enterprise services.
Key challenges faced by telecom enterprise services market players
Government rules and regulations may hinder the growth of the telecom enterprise services market, as telecommunications is a heavily regulated sector and telecom industry operators are highly sensitive to uncertainties, which are projected to undermine incentives to invest. Spectrum and spectrum auction is the most important factor of the sector, as mobile data traffic continues to increase in all geographies. Around 80% of operators believe that spectrum release and auction frameworks are likely to be leading regulatory issues over the next three years. Government rules and regulations for the telecom industry in emerging economies are highly scrutinized and stringent in nature. The Government of India has deployed strict regulations and SOPs to comply with, while auctioning spectrum due to recent scams in spectrum auction in the country. This also has an impeding effect on the decision-making procedure by respective governments when dealing in spectrum auction, thereby hampering the overall telecom enterprise services market in emerging economies. GlobalBankingandFinance
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