The Enterprise content management market is expected to reach a net worth of US$ 35.8 billion in 2032, up from US$ 14.2 billion in 2021, according to Future Market Insights (FMI). Over the projection years, it is expected to grow at a faster rate of 8.7%.
The use of enterprise content management (ECM) systems by all sectors of the economy represents a significant movement in the worldwide digital marketing business.
Various types of business content management systems have joined the market in recent years, making the worldwide industry more competitive than it was previously.
The breakout of the covid-19 pandemic was a major driving reason for enterprise content management governance systems, as most business operations moved to remote work environments, offering a huge potential for enterprise CMS solution providers all around the world.
- The growth rate of various types of business content management systems is expected to develop at an annual rate of 8.7% throughout the forecast years, reaching a valuation of over US$ 19.9 billion by the end of 2025.
- The business content management market’s software sector is the best-performing segment, with an expected CAGR of 8.8%. By 2032, the market value of this segment is expected to reach roughly US$ 19.34 billion, up from US$ 7.6 billion in 2021.
- Large companies are the leading contributor category of the enterprise content management market in terms of end-user size.
- In the year 2032, the overall contribution made by this segment is expected to be US$ 19.44 billion.
Alfresco Software, Inc., Capgemini S.A., Datamatics Global Services Ltd., EMC Corporation, Hyland Software, Inc., IBM Corporation, Laserfiche, M-files Inc., Newgen Software, Inc., OpenText Corp., Pennywise Solutions Private Limited, SAP SE, Systemware, Inc., and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Ltd. are the major players in the global enterprise content management market.