Taiwan's IT research institute MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute) conducted surveys in late 2021 with an aim to present estimates of IT spending in five major industries in Taiwan, including manufacturing, construction, finance, retail, and healthcare. The findings are based on data from MIC's IT Spending Survey conducted in late 2021. Hundreds of IT companies in Taiwan were asked a series of questions about their spending patterns, habits, and plans.
With most companies intending to increase budgets for enterprise software solutions over the years, the MIC's findings suggest that nearly 30% of companies reported a plan to boost spending on MES (Manufacturing Execution System) in the next two years, while 20% in CRM (Customer Relationship Management), BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation), and DevOps systems. Compared to the livelihood sub-industry and the chemistry sub-industry, metal & machinery and information & electronic sub-industries are expected to allocate more budgets for all kinds of enterprise software solutions, especially MES.
Changes in Budgets for Enterprise Software Solutions in the Manufacturing Industry by Sub-industry in 2022
Note 1: Question: " Question: How will the spending on each enterprise software solution (MES, CRM, HRM, BPMN, FMS, DevOps) at your company change in 2022?" was asked during the survey
Note 2: US$1=NT$29.6
Note 3: FMS is short for Financial Management System
Source: MIC, July 2022
Established in 1987, MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute) is a division of III (Institute for Information Industry), a major government think tank, and one of leading IT research institutes in Taiwan.
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