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The Taiwanese Enterprise Integration and Middleware Tools Market is Forecast to Grow at a CAGR of 14.2 Percent During the Period 2005 to 2012.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c51532) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report: Strategic Analysis of Taiwanese Enterprise Integration and Middleware Tools Markets to their offering.

This Frost & Sullivan research service entitled Strategic Analysis of Taiwanese Enterprise Integration and Middleware Tools Markets provides strategic analysis and forecasts of EIM tools by verticals, segment, and geographical region, along with complete analysis of key market drivers, restraints that impact the EIM tools market in the region. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: Enterprise Integration Tools, Middleware Tools, and their sub segments.

Enterprise integration and middleware tools form the backbone for all large- and medium-scale integration of applications, databases, and processes, within and outside the organization. The emergence of service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based integration has enabled enterprises to realize quicker return on investment (ROI) by reusability of components. Enterprise service bus (ESB) is the most prevalent backbone for implementing the SOA-based IT architecture. The Business process management (BPM) is viewed as the complete solution for orchestrating diverse business processes in large- and medium-sized enterprises with complex IT infrastructure. The research service analyzes the emerging trends in SOA and Web services across the countries in APAC region, and also discusses the trends in newer segments such as ESB and BPM.

The EIM tools market in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region was worth $231.6 million in 2005. The market is in the growth stage. This market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 14.2 percent during the period 2005 to 2012. Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), telecommunication, and manufacturing verticals, drove the market for EIM tools in the APAC region in 2005. The government and education vertical is expected to become a major contributor toward overall revenues in 2012. EIM tools market in APAC region was mostly augmented by the adoption of middleware tools during 2005. These tools were mainly deployed by the organizations to leverage their investment made in the legacy applications, or to improve the ROI from business. IBM, BEA Systems, and Oracle Corporation, were the top three vendors for EIM tools in the region during 2005.

1. Strategic Analysis and Forecasts of the Taiwanese Enterprise Integration and Middleware Tools Markets

- 1. Market Overview

-- 1. Market Definition

-- 2. Market Overview

-- 3. Market Engineering Measurement Analysis

-- 4. Market Drivers

-- 5. Market Restraints

- 2. Revenue Forecasts and Analysis

-- 1. Revenue Forecasts

-- 2. Revenue Analysis

-- 3. Revenue Analysis by Verticals

-- 4. Revenue Analysis by Segments

- 3. Technology Trends - Service-Oriented Architecture

-- 1. Impact of SOA and Web Services on Enterprise Integration and Middleware Tools

- 4. Pricing Analysis

-- 1. Pricing Analysis for Enterprise Integration Tools

-- 2. Pricing Analysis for Middleware Tools

- 5. Distribution Channel Trends

-- 1. Distribution Channel - Key Trends

- 6. Competitive Analysis

-- 1. Competitive Structure

-- 2. Market Share Analysis

- 7. Strategic Analysis and Forecasts of the Taiwanese Enterprise Integration Tools Market

-- 1. Market Overview

-- 2. Revenue Forecasts

-- 3. Revenue Analysis by Sub-segments

-- 4. Market Participants by Sub-segments

- 8. Strategic Analysis and Forecasts of the Taiwanese Middleware Tools Market

-- 1. Market Overview

-- 2. Revenue Forecasts

-- 3. Revenue Analysis by Sub-segments

-- 4. Market Participants by Sub-segments

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c51532.
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