Rising Adoption of ERP solution to Bolster Adoption of Global Digital Service Ecosystem

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Increasing adoption of ERP solutions among small and large companies along with adoption of digital service ecosystem in emerging countries is fueling growth in the coming years. Increasing penetration of cloud based digital services ecosystem in key region of North America and Europe is fueling growth in the coming years. The growing adoption of digital services ecosystem, particularly by marketing management and sale and human resource management are some of the trending factor influencing growth. On the other hand, high expense related to digital services ecosystem is hampering overall growth in the coming years.

Increasing Partnership among Players to Boost Extended Service


The key players operating on digital service ecosystem is focusing on partnership with system implementation associates, and solution users in order to provide extended service ranging from maintenance, and implementation. The digital service ecosystem is likely to be influenced by range of market specific and macroeconomic factor for instance, rising complexity of sale, consumers, and various other operational data of digital services ecosystem.

On the basis of revenue, Europe holds maximum share in the digital service ecosystem and register presence of large number of manufacturers owing to increasing adoption of ERP solutions by large and small manufacturers. In addition, increasing adoption of cloud based SAP solutions, and on-promise solution is significantly driving growth in the coming years.

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Transformation in Digital Service Design to Reduce Carbon Footprint Globally


As per new research report, the carbon footprint can be reduced significantly by just changing design of digital technologies. Further, the study was presented at ACM CHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Furthermore, the human-computing interaction scientist are looking at how much electric energy is consumed to provide video on YouTube to people across the globe. This further helps in evaluating the carbon footprints in the coming years. They can also evaluated the reductions that could be gained by reducing one example of ‘digital waste’ – specifically evading transferring images to consumers who are using YouTube only for the purpose of listing audio.

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