Based on the IDC FutureScape study of the global data, integration, and analytics market, this report presents the implications of the top 10 predictions in the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) (APEJ) region for the next five years. The predictions are presented by laying out the time frame to reach the projected adoption level, the cost and complexity of change, the expected organizational impact, as well as the analysts' guidance to decision makers as they develop strategies and allocate resources for investment in data, integration, and analytics technologies.
In APEJ, demand for digital transformation over the past few years has driven investment in data and analytics technologies, and this trend is set to remain for the next two years. As countries in this region vary widely in their maturity and appetite for technology adoption, their progression is likely to take longer than in Western countries. In addition, APEJ companies are frequently top-down and conservative, and therefore relatively cautious in making data analytics investments that empower nonexecutive decision makers. Compared with other developed regions, APEJ governments also play a more significant role in their economies. We see many APEJ companies, looking to the state to fund analytics innovations before making any substantial investments on their own.
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