Evolve Business Intelligence has published a half-cooked research report on the Global Catalog Management Systems Market, 2021–2030. The global Catalog Management Systems market is projected to exhibit a CAGR of around 10.6% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2030.
Evolve Business Intelligence has recognized the following companies as the key players in the global Catalog Management Systems market: IBM, Oracle, Coupa Software, AP, Servicenow, CA Technologies, Fujitsu, Comarch, Proactis, and Salsify.
The global Catalog Management Systems market is projected to be valued at $1.9 Billion by 2030, recording a CAGR of around 10.6% during the forecast period. A Catalog management system (CMS) helps organize and maintain product information in a structured way to better help customers understand the products’ benefits. This system is used to provide detailed product information, including the price and this system also helps with the design and editing of online catalogs. Catalog management includes data gathering and transmission from one network to another for cataloging. There are many different functions under a catalog management system. Synchronization and distribution of data, for instance, work to make sure all content looks organized across different channels.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Catalog Management System market is booming for catalog management software vendors. Organizations use such software to list their products or services on a centralized digital database. This means they don’t have to invest their time and resources into creating one themselves. It saves time, and effort and makes it easier for the end customers to find the product. The system stores and maintains information on products and services, saving time and effort while eliminating the need to do manual work.
The global Catalog Management Systems market has been segmented based on the Type, Deployment Type, Component, Organization Size, Verticals, and region.
By Type, the Catalog Management Systems market is segmented based on Product Catalogs and Service Catalogs. The Product Catalog segment dominates the market. The growth of this segment can be due to the increasing penetration of e-commerce websites and online stores, which lets users buy their desired products through one application.
Based on Component, the Catalog Management Systems market is segmented based on Solutions and Services. The Solutions segment is anticipated to hold the largest market The Solution segment is anticipated to account for the large market share as it is a more all-encompassing solution. Solutions provide the building blocks needed to run the system.
Based on Deployment Type, the Catalog Management Systems market is segmented based on Cloud and On-Premises. The Cloud segment is anticipated to hold the largest market owing to several factors. For instance, more and more SME-level organizations are transforming digitally and the cloud segment has a low cost of installing the system as compared to the on-premises systems.
Based on Organization Size, the Catalog Management Systems market is segmented based on Large Enterprises and SMEs. The SMEs segment is anticipated to hold the largest market owing to the dominance of the cloud segment which offers a cost-effective way for the SMEs to market their products in a much more creative manner.
Based on Verticals, the Catalog Management Systems market is segmented based on IT and Telecom, Retail and e-Commerce, BFSI, Media & Entertainment, Travel, and Hospitality. The Retail and e-Commerce segment is anticipated to hold the largest market Catalog Management Systems are in demand as the retail industry is becoming more and more digitally oriented. Various solutions help retailers manage their catalogs, such as enterprise-level software, on-demand software, and web-based systems.
The Catalog Management Systems market is divided into six regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa. The North American region is projected to dominate the global Catalog Management Systems market. The strong presence of major players in the region and the quick adoption of the latest AI and ML technology is expected to boost the demand in the region. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR over the forecast period. due to the rapid growth in the IT infrastructure budgets and the increased usage of e-commerce platforms. The European countries have been experiencing consistent growth in the Catalog Management Systems market over the past few years. With the increasing presence of many e-commerce and IT companies in the region, the demand for catalog management systems has increased. The Middle East and Africa are regions with enormous potential for investment in the IT sector. The developing economies project a steady growth over the forecast period.