In 2017, the top 10 Government software vendors accounted for nearly 40% of the global Government applications market which grew 2.0% to approach nearly $9.3 billion in license, maintenance and subscription revenues.
We ask the simple question: Who’s buying Government applications from whom and why? And we provide the answers – supported by decades of research – to our clients around the world. (Sample from our Apps Database)
Through our forecast period, the Government applications market is expected to reach $10.1 billion by 2022, compared with $9.3 billion in 2017 at a compound annual growth rate of 1.7%.
|Exhibit 2: Worldwide Government Software Market 2017-2022 Forecast, $M|
|Year||2017||2022||2017-2022 CAGR, %|
Source: Apps Run The World, January 2019
Top 10 Government Software vendors
Government (Federal, state and local government agencies, nonprofit) – Public Safety Software, Grants and performance management, Computer Assisted Dispatch, Jail Management, Courts Management, Tax Collections, Records Management, Financials, HR, Procurement
e-Government is the catalyst for new system purchases especially among developing countries. Apps designed to improve tax revenue collection will continue to take precedence over other front-office systems.
Here are the rankings of the top 10 Government software vendors in 2017 and their market shares.
|Rank||Vendor||2016 Government Apps Revenues, $M||2017 Government Apps Revenues, $M||YoY Growth||2017 Government Market Share, %||Recent Developments|
|1||Microsoft||Subscribe||Subscribe||1.1%||Subscribe||Migrating legacy AX, C5, GP, NAV, and SL to Dynamics 365 for the Cloud remains the top priority for Microsoft’s evolving enterprise apps strategy, whose success will depend on strengthening ties with ISV partners in strategic verticals.|
|2||Oracle||Subscribe||Subscribe||3.4%||Subscribe||Oracle has signed more than 22,000 Cloud ERP customers including many listed below. The number of Oracle Cloud ERP customers totals nearly 6,000 for Oracle ERP Cloud and 16,000 for NetSuite. Each quarter Oracle is migrating at least 200 customers of its on-premise ERP systems like E-Business Suite to the Cloud.|
|3||Tyler Technologies||Subscribe||Subscribe||12.8%||Subscribe||Tyler acquired Socrata for $150 million. Socrata helps agencies accelerate their shift to digital government. It also bought SceneDoc for mobile-first, software-as-a-service (SaaS) field reporting for law enforcement agencies; MobileEyes for apps that improve public safety; CaseloadPro for SaaS criminal justice software and Sage Data Security for information security advisory, assessment, assurance & compliance.|
|4||SAP||Subscribe||Subscribe||6.4%||Subscribe||SAP was on track to sign more than 10,000 customers including many listed below for its next-generation ERP S/4HANA by end of 2018 with 40% of the latest additions being considered net new wins for the vendor.|
|5||SAS Institute||Subscribe||Subscribe||2.7%||Subscribe||SAS’s analytics strategy revolves around Viya that enables customers to speed decision-making process by turning to artifiicial intelligence for recommendations and instill trust within their machine learning initiatives that come with data privacy protection.|
|6||Constellation Software Inc.||Subscribe||Subscribe||16.7%||Subscribe||For its latest nine-month period, CSI saw 24% growth in total revenues mostly through acquisitions. Organic growth was in low single digit.|
|7||IBM||Subscribe||Subscribe||-4.7%||Subscribe||IBM acquired Red Hat for Cloud security, while IBM unloaded Notes, Sterling and other assets to HCL.|
|8||Infor||Subscribe||Subscribe||7.2%||Subscribe||Received $1.5 billion in additional investment from existing investors and planned to go public in 2019 or 2020.|
|9||UNIT4||Subscribe||Subscribe||5.3%||Subscribe||UNIT4, in close partnership with Microsoft, eyes additional ERP and EPM opportunities in key verticals including Nonprofit, Professional Services and Public Sector.|
|10||Civica||Subscribe||Subscribe||14.7%||Subscribe||Acquired e-recruitment software provider Trac Systems Limited.|
Source: Apps Run The World, January, 2019
Custom data cuts related to the Government Applications market are available:
- Top 700+ Government Applications Vendors and Market Forecast 2017-2022
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Functional Market (16 Markets)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Country (USA + 45 countries)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Region (Americas, EMEA, APAC)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Revenue Type (License, Services, Hardware, Support and Maintenance, Cloud)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Customer Size (revenue, employee count, asset)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Channel (Direct vs Direct)
- 2017 Government Applications Market By Product
Exhibit 4 shows our projections for the enterprise applications market by vertical segment, based on the buying preferences and the customer propensity to invest in new software within those industries as they continue to upgrade and replace many legacy industry-specific applications that have been identified and tracked in our Buyer Insight Database.
Government Software Purchases Win/Loss Analysis As Part Of Enterprise Applications Buyer Insight Customer Database
On the buyer side, customers are investing in Government applications based on new features and capabilities that are expected to replace their existing legacy systems. In many cases, competitive upgrades and replacements that could have a profound impact on future market-share changes will become more widespread.
Since 2010, our global team of researchers have been studying the patterns of the latest Government software purchases by customers around the world, aggregating massive amounts of data points that form the basis of our forecast assumptions and perhaps the rise and fall of certain vendors and their products on a quarterly basis.
Updated continuously, our database features extensive win/loss analysis. Each year our research team identifies tens of thousands of these Government customer wins and losses from public and proprietary sources.
The research results are being incorporated into regular updates in our Enterprise Applications Buyer Insight Customer Database. You can access the Quarterly Win/Loss Analysis Scoreboard and our Enterprise Applications Buyer Insight Customer Database by becoming a subscriber.
|Ministry of Education (Brazil)||Government||100000||$2.60B||Brazil||BMC Software||BMC Remedy ITSM Suite||IT Service Management|
|Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles||Government||2475||$500.0M||United States||Cornerstone OnDemand||Cornerstone HR Suite||Human Resource Management|
|City of Avondale||Government||507||$88.0M||United States||Genesys||Genesys Customer Experience Platform||Customer Experience Platform|
|BuzzFeed||Government||1500||$167.0M||United States||IBM||IBM Watson Candidate Assistant||AI and Cognitive Talent Management Solution|
|City of Dallas||Government||13000||$2.80B||United States||Kronos||Kronos Workforce Central||Human Capital Management, Workforce Management|
|City of Hampton||Government||1875||$450.0M||United States||Kronos||Kronos Workforce Central||Human Capital Management, Workforce Management|
|Business Sweden||Government||550||$50.0M||Sweden||Microsoft||Azure Machine Learning||ML & Data Science Platform|
|Cook County Government||Government||22000||$600.0M||United States||Microsoft||Microsoft Dynamics GP||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Cook County Pension Fund||Government||448||$50.0M||United States||Microsoft||Microsoft Dynamics GP||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Shropshire Council||Government||12000||$270.0M||United Kingdom||Microsoft||Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement||Customer Relationship Management|
|Texas Association of Counties||Government||190||$20.0M||United States||Microsoft||Microsoft Dynamics GP||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Wisconsin Department of Health Services||Government||5500||$1.10B||United States||NetSuite||NetSuite CRM+||Customer Relationship Management|
|City of Albuquerque||Government||5854||$882.0M||United States||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|City of Fort Wayne||Government||1862||$280.0M||United States||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|City of San Jose||Government||6600||$3.70B||United States||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|Department of Conservation||Government||2000||$800.0M||New Zealand||Oracle||Oracle WebCenter Sites||Web Experience Management Solution|
|Kent County Council||Government||12000||$1.80B||United Kingdom||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|M.E.T.C.||Government||1200||$400.0M||United States||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|Metro Vancouver||Government||1500||$600.0M||Canda||Oracle||Oracle PeopleSoft HCM||Human Capital Management|
|NRGi||Government||1100||$317.0M||Denmark||Oracle||Oracle CX Cloud||Customer Experience|
|Sacramento County||Government||11691||$3.50B||United States||Oracle||Oracle Service Cloud (ex RightNow)||Customer Experience Platform|
|Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI) of Japan||Government||4000||$1.50B||Japan||Salesforce||Service Cloud||Customer Service and Support|
|U.S. Census Bureau||Government||12000||$3.50B||United States||Salesforce||Service Cloud||Customer Service and Support|
|Hampshire County Council||Government||7000||$938.0M||United Kingdom||SAP||SAP Cloud for Customer||Customer Relationship Management|
|Cheshire West and Chester Council||Government||11386||$708.0M||United Kingdom||UNIT4||Unit4 Business World On!||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Metro Vancouver||Government||1500||$600.0M||Canda||UNIT4||Unit4 Business World||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|Shropshire Council||Government||12000||$270.0M||United Kingdom||UNIT4||Unit4 Business World On!||Enterprise Resource Planning|
|BuzzFeed||Government||1500||$167.0M||United States||Workday||Workday HCM||Human Capital Management|
|City and County of Denver Government||Government||3600||$1.00B||United States||Workday||Workday HCM||Human Capital Management|
|City of Orlando||Government||1750||$401.0M||United States||Workday||Workday Planning||Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting|
|Cook County Government||Government||22000||$600.0M||United States||WorkForce Software||EmpCenter||Workforce Management|
|Cox Automotive||Government||19500||$7.00B||United States||Xactly||Xactly Connect||Sales Performance Management|
Source: Apps Run The World, January 2019
An expanded version of this report covers the top 700+ Government Software Vendors, offering in-depth analysis of the market dynamics, vendors’ Strengths, Customers, Opportunities, Risks and Ecosystems as well as their ability to gain Shares (SCORES) within their respective space. We also offer win-loss analysis of the quarterly wins of these top vendors and whether incumbents and upstarts pose any real threat to their standing amid shifting market requirements and user preferences.
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