Market Trends: Content, Communications and Collaboration Technologies in the High-Performance Workplace
Published: 19 December 2005
License revenue for content management, e-mail and collaboration software will grow more than 10 percent annually through 2009. New license revenue will reach about $6 billion as these technologies, when better-aligned with business processes, help deliver more value and innovation.
Table Of Contents
- C-C-C Sector: Segment Markets Overview
- C-C-C Sector: Geographies Overview
- C-C-C: Forecast
- ECM Market Overview
- ECM Forecast 2005-2009
- ECM Market Planning Assumptions and Drivers
- E-Mail and Calendaring Market Overview
- E-Mail and Calendaring Market Forecast
- E-Mail and Calendaring Market Planning Assumptions and Drivers
- Web Conferencing and Team Collaboration Market Overview
- Web Conferencing and Team Collaboration Market Forecasts
- Web Conferencing and Team Collaboration Market Planning Assumptions and Drivers
- Gartner Dataquest Perspective
- Appendix A: Mergers and Acquisitions
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