Abstract: During the height of the pandemic, the manufacturing sector was forced to reevaluate its traditional production processes. Smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 initiatives emphasize embracing untapped production data, hyper automation, cloud computing, and autonomous processes. Moving forward, these practices, integrated with smart factories, remain crucial to maintaining industry competitiveness and corporate survival.
Abstract: Rising consumer engagement across all digital mediums has driven multi-vertical interest in MarTech. Capital investment is expected to grow as enterprises seek to create AI-enhanced customer touchpoints and engage powerful analytics platforms. Congruently, new privacy-centric legislative and corporate initiatives have propelled the value of first-party data. As attribution platforms expand their breadth of channels and depth of functionality, point solutions are merging with relevant strategics.
Abstract: From 2020 – 2021, the global childcare market faced daunting headwinds, adversely affecting parents and providers. The market rebounded in 2022, due to technological advancements, government subsidies, and a general societal return to normalcy. Acquirers are actively seeking investment into childcare software to consolidate, expand, and modernize dated solutions. The current market values utility, process efficiency, and meeting generational digital demands.
Abstract: In 2023, engineering companies will continue to look for ways to leverage software to alleviate pricing, supply chain, and labor pressures. As the global engineering market weathers increasing R&D costs and economic uncertainty, the need for automation grows. Market demands for CAE, CAD, and EDA software are driving the engineering tech space towards future advancement and expansion.
Abstract: As the global construction market weathers inflated material costs, labor shortages, and increasingly complex projects, the need for efficiency, accuracy, and automation grows. A defining factor of the construction software market is its resiliency through macroeconomic conditions and the current market is no exception. As other segments face headwinds directly affecting valuations, construction software remains stable and consistent.
Abstract: In the global marketplace, automation and analytics reign supreme. Innovation in cloud computing, AI, and machine learning are revolutionizing organizational and workforce productivity. In tandem, organizations are prioritizing efficiency in an inflationary environment and tight labor market. Institutional needs for smarter task management, project planning, and client interactions are driving market demand for productivity software.