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Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009/04/21 - New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Latin America Network Management Services Markets, finds that market earned revenues of over $968.8 million in 2008 and estimates this to reach $1,555.3 million in 2014.
The network management services market in Latin America is poised for consistent growth largely due to the advantages of outsourcing local area network (LAN) services and the expansion of businesses and cities, which has led to the proliferation of wide area network (WAN) contracts. The Latin American network management services markets currently comprise markets in different stages of maturity and development.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (ITservices.frost.com), Latin America Network Management Services Markets, finds that market earned revenues of over $968.8 million in 2008 and estimates this to reach $1,555.3 million in 2014.
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"The U.S. economic crisis has undermined prospects for all markets in Latin America, creating a strong impact on the market in the short term," note Frost & Sullivan Research Analysts Fernando Belfort and Jennyfer Velez. "Companies are stepping up efforts to reduce operational costs and improve operational systems, thereby expanding revenues and becoming more efficient."
The outlook for Colombia and Venezuela are encouraging, mainly due to low level of adoption in the past and forecasted high GDP growth. Brazil and Mexico comprise the largest markets and share with Chile the position as the most mature markets. Argentina has witnessed fast growth over the period from 2005 to 2008 but the fragile economy and rising inflation have proved to be impediments.
The most prominent factor driving the WAN market in Argentina is the growth of relatively smaller cities that use government incentives that provide a conducive environment for growth. Rosario and Cordoba represent the best examples for growth, which have utilized federal and local government incentives to register sustained economic growth through exports and international companies.
"With the development of new industrial and commercial centers, many companies are expected to expand their business to these new areas, demanding a greater amount of WAN services," says Belfort. "On the other hand, due to the global crises, many companies are postponing their expansion plans and these can affect the WAN segment in the short term."
On the other hand, LAN revenues are driven by the wide array of advantages of outsourcing IT infrastructure following the full outsourcing trend, enabling companies to reduce fixed costs and maximize time spent on core business activities.
Carrier-based network management has been introduced as a service targeting large companies that own complex private networks. These include financial institutions and automobile manufacturers, which possess multiple elements and links interconnecting several branches or participants along the supply chain.
The financial sector not only has high purchasing power but it also recognizes the importance of monitoring and maintenance of its communication infrastructure. The complexity of managing networks in-house and the trend of private networks outsourcing to telecom carriers/system integrators has triggered the development of network management services.
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