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Software - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide

NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Software - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide

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Software - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Software industry in each of the Top 5 Emerging markets (Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa). The report includes easily comparable data on market value, volume, segmentation and market share, plus full five year market forecasts. It examines future problems, innovations and potential growth areas within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation

* Provides textual analysis of the industry's prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading companies

* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards

* Compares data from Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa, alongside individual chapters on each country. .

* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The top 5 emerging countries contributed $26.8 billion to the global software industry in 2011, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.3% between 2007 and 2011. The top 5 emerging countries are expected to reach a value of $46.4 billion in 2016, with a CAGR of 11.6% over the 2011-16 period.

Within the software industry, China is the leading country among the top 5 emerging nations, with market revenues of $14.6 billion in 2011.

China is expected to lead the software industry in the top five emerging nations, with a value of $28.5 billion in 2016, followed by India and Brazil with expected values of $6.1 and $5.1 billion, respectively.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments

* Inform your business decisions

* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials

* Save time carrying out entry-level research

Market Definition

The computer software market consists of systems and application software. Systems software comprises operating systems, network and database management, and other systems software. Application software comprises general business productivity and home use applications, cross-industry and vertical market applications, and other application software. Market value figures are assessed at manufacturer selling price (MSP), based on revenues from software sales and licenses. Any currency conversions used in the creation of this report have been calculated using constant 2011 annual average exchange rates.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction 10

What is this report about? 10

Who is the target reader? 10

How to use this report 10

Definitions 10

Top 5 Emerging Countires Software Industry Outlook 11

Software in South Africa 14

Market Overview 14

Market Data 15

Market Segmentation 16

Market outlook 17

Five forces analysis 18

Macroeconomic indicators 24

Software in Brazil 26

Market Overview 26

Market Data 27

Market Segmentation 28

Market outlook 30

Five forces analysis 31

Macroeconomic indicators 37

Software in China 39

Market Overview 39

Market Data 40

Market Segmentation 41

Market outlook 43

Five forces analysis 44

Macroeconomic indicators 50

Software in India 52

Market Overview 52

Market Data 53

Market Segmentation 54

Market outlook 56

Five forces analysis 57

Macroeconomic indicators 63

Software in Mexico 65

Market Overview 65

Market Data 66

Market Segmentation 67

Market outlook 69

Five forces analysis 70

Macroeconomic indicators 76

Company Profiles 78

Leading companies 78

Appendix 108

Methodology 108

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Top 5 emerging countries software industry, revenue ($bn), 2007-16 11

Table 2: Top 5 emerging countries software industry, revenue ($bn), 2007-11 12

Table 3: Top 5 emerging countries software industry forecast, revenue ($bn), 2011-16 13

Table 4: South Africa software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 15

Table 5: South Africa software market category segmentation: $ billion, 2011 16

Table 6: South Africa software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 17

Table 7: South Africa size of population (million), 2007–11 24

Table 8: South Africa gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 2007–11 24

Table 9: South Africa gdp (current prices, $ billion), 2007–11 24

Table 10: South Africa inflation, 2007–11 25

Table 11: South Africa consumer price index (absolute), 2007–11 25

Table 12: South Africa exchange rate, 2007–11 25

Table 13: Brazil software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 27

Table 14: Brazil software market category segmentation: $ billion, 2011 28

Table 15: Brazil software market geography segmentation: $ billion, 2011 29

Table 16: Brazil software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 30

Table 17: Brazil size of population (million), 2007–11 37

Table 18: Brazil gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 2007–11 37

Table 19: Brazil gdp (current prices, $ billion), 2007–11 37

Table 20: Brazil inflation, 2007–11 38

Table 21: Brazil consumer price index (absolute), 2007–11 38

Table 22: Brazil exchange rate, 2007–11 38

Table 23: China software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 40

Table 24: China software market category segmentation: $ billion, 2011 41

Table 25: China software market geography segmentation: $ billion, 2011 42

Table 26: China software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 43

Table 27: China size of population (million), 2007–11 50

Table 28: China gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 2007–11 50

Table 29: China gdp (current prices, $ billion), 2007–11 50

Table 30: China inflation, 2007–11 51

Table 31: China consumer price index (absolute), 2007–11 51

Table 32: China exchange rate, 2007–11 51

Table 33: India software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 53

Table 34: India software market category segmentation: $ billion, 2011 54

Table 35: India software market geography segmentation: $ billion, 2011 55

Table 36: India software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 56

Table 37: India size of population (million), 2007–11 63

Table 38: India gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 2007–11 63

Table 39: India gdp (current prices, $ billion), 2007–11 63

Table 40: India inflation, 2007–11 64

Table 41: India consumer price index (absolute), 2007–11 64

Table 42: India exchange rate, 2007–11 64

Table 43: Mexico software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 66

Table 44: Mexico software market category segmentation: $ billion, 2011 67

Table 45: Mexico software market geography segmentation: $ billion, 2011 68

Table 46: Mexico software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 69

Table 47: Mexico size of population (million), 2007–11 76

Table 48: Mexico gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 2007–11 76

Table 49: Mexico gdp (current prices, $ billion), 2007–11 76

Table 50: Mexico inflation, 2007–11 77

Table 51: Mexico consumer price index (absolute), 2007–11 77

Table 52: Mexico exchange rate, 2007–11 77

Table 53: International Business Machines Corporation: key facts 78

Table 54: International Business Machines Corporation: key financials ($) 79

Table 55: International Business Machines Corporation: key financial ratios 80

Table 56: Microsoft Corporation: key facts 82

Table 57: Microsoft Corporation: key financials ($) 83

Table 58: Microsoft Corporation: key financial ratios 83

Table 59: Oracle Corporation: key facts 85

Table 60: Oracle Corporation: key financials ($) 86

Table 61: Oracle Corporation: key financial ratios 87

Table 62: SAP AG: key facts 89

Table 63: SAP AG: key financials ($) 90

Table 64: SAP AG: key financials (€) 90

Table 65: SAP AG: key financial ratios 90

Table 75: TOTVS S.A.: key facts 92

Table 76: TOTVS S.A.: key financials ($) 93

Table 77: TOTVS S.A.: key financials (BRL) 93

Table 78: TOTVS S.A.: key financial ratios 94

Table 79: Hewlett-Packard Company: key facts 96

Table 80: Hewlett-Packard Company: key financials ($) 98

Table 81: Hewlett-Packard Company: key financial ratios 98

Table 94: Infosys Limited: key facts 100

Table 95: Infosys Limited: key financials ($) 102

Table 96: Infosys Limited: key financial ratios 102

Table 100: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: key facts 104

Table 101: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: key financials ($) 105

Table 102: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: key financials (Rs.) 106

Table 103: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: key financial ratios 106

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Top 5 emerging countries software industry, revenue ($bn), 2007-16 11

Figure 2: Top 5 emerging countries software industry, revenue ($bn), 2007-16 12

Figure 3: Top 5 emerging countries software industry forecast, revenue ($bn), 2011-16 13

Figure 4: South Africa software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 15

Figure 5: South Africa software market category segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 16

Figure 6: South Africa software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 17

Figure 7: Forces driving competition in the software market in South Africa, 2011 18

Figure 8: Drivers of buyer power in the software market in South Africa, 2011 19

Figure 9: Drivers of supplier power in the software market in South Africa, 2011 20

Figure 10: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the software market in South Africa, 2011 21

Figure 11: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the software market in South Africa, 2011 22

Figure 12: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the software market in South Africa, 2011 23

Figure 13: Brazil software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 27

Figure 14: Brazil software market category segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 28

Figure 15: Brazil software market geography segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 29

Figure 16: Brazil software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 30

Figure 17: Forces driving competition in the software market in Brazil, 2011 31

Figure 18: Drivers of buyer power in the software market in Brazil, 2011 32

Figure 19: Drivers of supplier power in the software market in Brazil, 2011 33

Figure 20: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the software market in Brazil, 2011 34

Figure 21: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the software market in Brazil, 2011 35

Figure 22: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the software market in Brazil, 2011 36

Figure 23: China software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 40

Figure 24: China software market category segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 41

Figure 25: China software market geography segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 42

Figure 26: China software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 43

Figure 27: Forces driving competition in the software market in China, 2011 44

Figure 28: Drivers of buyer power in the software market in China, 2011 45

Figure 29: Drivers of supplier power in the software market in China, 2011 46

Figure 30: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the software market in China, 2011 47

Figure 31: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the software market in China, 2011 48

Figure 32: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the software market in China, 2011 49

Figure 33: India software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 53

Figure 34: India software market category segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 54

Figure 35: India software market geography segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 55

Figure 36: India software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 56

Figure 37: Forces driving competition in the software market in India, 2011 57

Figure 38: Drivers of buyer power in the software market in India, 2011 58

Figure 39: Drivers of supplier power in the software market in India, 2011 59

Figure 40: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the software market in India, 2011 60

Figure 41: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the software market in India, 2011 61

Figure 42: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the software market in India, 2011 62

Figure 43: Mexico software market value: $ billion, 2007–11 66

Figure 44: Mexico software market category segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 67

Figure 45: Mexico software market geography segmentation: % share, by value, 2011 68

Figure 46: Mexico software market value forecast: $ billion, 2011–16 69

Figure 47: Forces driving competition in the software market in Mexico, 2011 70

Figure 48: Drivers of buyer power in the software market in Mexico, 2011 71

Figure 49: Drivers of supplier power in the software market in Mexico, 2011 72

Figure 50: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the software market in Mexico, 2011 73

Figure 51: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the software market in Mexico, 2011 74

Figure 52: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the software market in Mexico, 2011 75

Figure 53: International Business Machines Corporation: revenues & profitability 80

Figure 54: International Business Machines Corporation: assets & liabilities 81

Figure 55: Microsoft Corporation: revenues & profitability 84

Figure 56: Microsoft Corporation: assets & liabilities 84

Figure 57: Oracle Corporation: revenues & profitability 87

Figure 58: Oracle Corporation: assets & liabilities 88

Figure 59: SAP AG: revenues & profitability 91

Figure 60: SAP AG: assets & liabilities 91

Figure 67: TOTVS S.A.: revenues & profitability 94

Figure 68: TOTVS S.A.: assets & liabilities 95

Figure 69: Hewlett-Packard Company: revenues & profitability 99

Figure 70: Hewlett-Packard Company: assets & liabilities 99

Figure 79: Infosys Limited: revenues & profitability 102

Figure 80: Infosys Limited: assets & liabilities 103

Figure 83: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: revenues & profitability 106

Figure 84: Tata Consultancy Services Limited: assets & liabilities 107

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