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CIMdata Releases Country-Specific PLM Market Reports


Ann Arbor, MI, Nov. 15 — CIMdata, Inc., the leading global PLM strategic consulting and research firm announces the release of six additional country-specific PLM Market Analysis Reports. These new reports follow the release of the CIMdata 2012 Brazil PLM Market Analysis Report on November 7, 2012, and the 2012 China PLM Market Analysis Report earlier this year.

The CIMdata PLM MAR series presents CIMdata’s analysis of the 2011 product lifecycle management (PLM) market. The complete global analysis provides CIMdata’s perspective on PLM across a variety of industry and geographic sectors, identifies market trends, reviews investments in PLM-related software and services during 2011, and forecasts PLM investments for 2012 through 2016. It includes charts that present the overall PLM market and its various sectors as defined by CIMdata. These include collaborative Product Definition management (cPDm), tools and tools sub-sectors, and digital manufacturing.

In addition to its global reports, CIMdata now offers eight country-specific PLM Market Analysis Reports:

  • Brazil
  • China
  • Germany
  • India
  • Japan
  • Russia
  • South Korea
  • United States

These reports focus on the PLM market in each country, including its main segments, and the 2011 financial results for PLM solution and service providers. Each country report includes estimates of spending by industry segment within the country, market presence within the country, growth of the top 10 suppliers in that country, revenue by global mindshare leaders, market shares in each measured segment, and five-year forecasts.

“Collectively, these countries represent the present and the future of the PLM market,” according to Stan Przybylinski, CIMdata’s Director of Research. “At nearly $5.1 billion in 2011, the United States is the largest market and is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) or 11.2% through 2016. Japan was second in this group, with 2011 revenues of $2.8 billion and a CAGR of 10.9%. PLM revenues in Germany were $2.5 billion, and a CAGR of 9.5%. These three countries have dominated the PLM market for years, and will maintain that position. However, South Korea (at $411 million and a 12.1% CAGR) and the emerging PLM economies of Brazil, China, Russia, and India have great potential. CIMdata estimates the 2011 PLM revenues in Brazil were $219 million (11.5% CAGR) and in China $641 million (16.1% CAGR), in India were $441 million (15.6% CAGR), and in Russia were $236 million (12.2% CAGR), and that these high growth rates will place them among the global PLM revenue leaders.”

The CIMdata country-specific PLM Market Analysis Reports are available for purchase at http://www.cimdata.com/publications/reports_purchase.html.

About CIMdata

CIMdata, a leading independent worldwide firm, provides strategic management consulting to maximize an enterprise’s ability to design and deliver innovative products and services through the application of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. Since its founding in 1983, CIMdata has delivered world-class knowledge, expertise, and best-practice methods on PLM solutions. These solutions incorporate both business processes and a wide-ranging set of PLM-enabling technologies.

CIMdata works with both industrial organizations and suppliers of technologies and services seeking competitive advantage in the global economy. In addition to consulting, CIMdata conducts research, provides PLM-focused subscription services, and produces several commercial publications. The company also provides industry education through PLM certificate programs, seminars, and conferences worldwide. CIMdata serves clients around the world from offices in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

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Source: CIMdata

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