In 2015, the top 10 Product LifeCycle Management & Engineering software vendors accounted for nearly 68% of the global Product LifeCycle Management & Engineering applications market which grew 1% to approach nearly $17.4 billion in license, maintenance and subscription revenues.
Last year Dassault Systemes led the pack with 15% market share and $2.7 billion in Product LifeCycle Management & Engineering product revenues, riding on a 22% jump in license, maintenance and subscription revenues. Synopsys was No. 2 achieving 12% share, Autodesk was the third at 10% and PTC and Mentor Graphics were fourth and fifth place with 6% and 5%, respectively.
Through our forecast period, the Product LifeCycle Management & Engineering applications market is expected to reach $18.2 billion by 2020, compared with $17.4 billion in 2015 at a compound annual growth rate of 0.8%.
|Exhibit 2: Worldwide PLM & Engineering Software Market 2015-2020 Forecast, $M|
|Year||2015||2020||2015-2020 CAGR, %|
Source: Apps Run The World, June 2016
PLM & Engineering Market Definitions And Forecast Assumptions
Product Lifecycle Management applications enable key stakeholders including designers, engineers and OEMs to gain and optimize visibility into the entire product life cycle from idea generation to collaboration and from product data management to iterative development efforts. PLM applications are considered a derivative market with revenue contribution to functional areas such as Project and Portfolio Management, Enterprise Resource Planning and Manufacturing.
Consolidation wave propels Dassault to new heights, while other incumbents are in search of new business models through subscription pricing.
Top 10 PLM & Engineering Software Vendors
Here are the rankings of the top 10 PLM & Engineering software vendors and their market shares in 2015.
|Rank||Vendor||2014 PLM & Engineering Apps Revenues, $M||2015 PLM & Engineering Apps Revenues, $M||YoY Growth||2015 PLM & Engineering Market Share, %||Recent Developments|
|1||Dassault Systemes||Subscribe||Subscribe||22%||15%||PLM business continues to grow, Cloud migration is a work in progress.|
|2||Synopsys||Subscribe||Subscribe||8%||12%||Synopsys remains a global leader in EDA software and semiconductor IP for chip makers. The company is also growing its leadership in software quality and security solutions.|
|3||Autodesk||Subscribe||Subscribe||-0.3%||10%||Engineering and PLM offerings in transition to a subscription model and the Cloud.|
|4||PTC||Subscribe||Subscribe||-4%||6%||Acquired Kepware for its IoT communications platform in 2016.|
|5||Mentor Graphics||Subscribe||Subscribe||-5%||5%||Continued share repurchases from activist investor Carl Icahn in 2016 in order to stay independent.|
|6||Ansys Inc.||Subscribe||Subscribe||1%||5%||Unveiled ANSYS 17.0 in 2016, its most feature-rich release in its 45-year history of selling engineering simulaton apps.|
|7||Siemens PLM Software||Subscribe||Subscribe||5%||5%||Acquired CD-adapco for engineering simulation apps in 2016.|
|8||Cadence Design Systems||Subscribe||Subscribe||0%||4%||Projects 8% in 2016 sales, same as 2015.|
|9||SAP||Subscribe||Subscribe||23%||3%||SAP is parlaying its expertise in manufacturing apps to a new generation of product lifecycle management apps that leverage its HANA platform to extend into new markets like the Internet of Things.|
|10||Oracle||Subscribe||Subscribe||3%||3%||Oracle is transforming its PLM offerings – formerly from Agile – into Product Value Chain Cloud, Innovation Management Cloud and Product Development Cloud.|
Source: Apps Run The World, June 2016
Exhibit 4 shows the enterprise applications market by functional area. The highest growth functional markets revolve around smaller segments like eCommerce, Enterprise Performance Management, Sales Performance Management and Treasury and Risk, where first movers remain less established than those that for decades have been entrenched in functional areas like ERP, CRM and PLM.
Exhibit 4: Worldwide Enterprise Applications Market Forecast 2015-2020, By Functional Market, $M
PLM & Engineering Win/Loss Analysis As Part Of Enterprise Applications Buyer Insight Customer Database
On the buyer side, customers are investing in Product LifeCycle Management & Engineering 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 PLM 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 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.
|Vendor||Customer Win||Industry||No. of employees||Revenue, $M||Old Product||New Product||Wins in|
|Dassault Systemes||Faraday Future||Automotive||750||240||Legacy System||Dassault Target Zero Defect, Smart Safe & Connected||1Q16|
|Dassault Systemes||Elixir Aircraft||Aviation & Aerospace||30||5||Legacy System||Dassault Enovia PLM||2Q15|
|Dassault Systemes||Forum Energy Technologies||Oil & Energy||2500||885||Legacy System||Dassault Enovia PLM||2Q16|
|Dassault Systemes||WestRock||Packaging and Containers||41400||13790||Legacy System||Dassault CATIA, ENOVIA||2Q16|
|Dassault Systemes||Hispano-Suiza||Aviation & Aerospace||1350||540||Legacy System||Dassault Co-Design to Target||2Q15|
|Dassault Systemes||Netsource||Information Technology and Services||80||20||Dassault Enovia 2013x||Dassault Enovia PLM||3Q15|
|Synopsys||iCatch Technology||Information Technology and Services||230||35||Legacy System||Synopsys IP Solutions||4Q15|
|Synopsys||Axell||Computer Hardware||30||10||Legacy System||Synopsys Design Compiler||4Q15|
|Synopsys||Baikal Electronics||Semiconductors||80||10||Legacy System||Synopsys DesignWare Analog IP Solutions||1Q15|
|Autodesk||Dental Manufacturing Unit||Manufacturing||200||20||Legacy System||Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle||2Q16|
|Autodesk||TaylorMade||Sporting Goods||53731||14490||Legacy System||Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle||4Q15|
|Autodesk||Club W||Wine and Spirits||120||20||Legacy System||Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle||3Q15|
|Autodesk||Swivl||Internet||80||10||Legacy System||Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle||3Q15|
|Autodesk||Excellims Corporation||Biotechnology||55||6||Legacy System||Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle||2Q15|
|PTC||Hasbro Inc||Consumer Goods||5200||4200||Legacy System||PTC Windchill FlexPLM||2Q15|
|PTC||Colony Brands||Consumer Goods||1250||850||Legacy System||PTC Windchill FlexPLM, PTC PLM Cloud||2Q16|
|PTC||Percall Développement SAS||Information Technology and Services||220||35||Legacy System||PTC Windchill FlexPLM||1Q15|
|PTC||ArrowP Inc||Packaging and Containers||25||3||Legacy System||PTC Windchill FlexPLM||1Q16|
|PTC||Aerojet Rocketdyne||Defense & Space||5070||1700||Legacy System||PTC Windchill FlexPLM||1Q15|
|Mentor Graphics||Sentral Group||Manufacturing||100||29||Legacy System||HyperLynx SI||2Q16|
|Mentor Graphics||General Motors||Automotive||216000||152356||Legacy System||HyperLynx SI||1Q15|
|Mentor Graphics||San’an IC||Semiconductors||1000||100||Legacy System||HyperLynx SI||1Q16|
|Mentor Graphics||Terminus Technology||IT industry||150||15||Legacy System||HyperLynx SI||1Q15|
|Ansys Inc.||Solarflare||Computer Networking||212||263||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||General Electric||Manufacturing||305000||117400||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||D-Wave Systems||Computer Hardware||200||20||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||ClariPhy||Semiconductors||150||22||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||Red Bull Racing||Sports||605||2854||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||ORECA||Sports||200||50||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Ansys Inc.||NuScale Power||Oil & Energy||600||38||Legacy System||ANSYS Enterprise Cloud||1Q16|
|Siemens PLM Software||Jet Aviation||Aviation & Aerospace||4500||1200||Legacy System||Siemens Teamcenter||3Q16|
|Siemens PLM Software||Gestamp||Automotive||33000||6200||Legacy System||Siemens Teamcenter||2Q16|
|Siemens PLM Software||China Nuclear Power Engineering Co., Ltd||Utilities||x||x||Legacy System||Siemens Teamcenter||2Q15|
|Siemens PLM Software||Blohm+Voss||Consumer Electronics||1600||700||Legacy System||Siemens Teamcenter||4Q15|
|Siemens PLM Software||Dongbu Daewoo Electronics||Construction||250000||10500||Legacy System||Siemens Teamcenter||4Q14|
|Cadence Design Systems||Cypress Semiconductor||Semiconductors||6279||1820||Legacy System||Cadence EDA in the Cloud||2Q16|
|Cadence Design Systems||Tezzaron Semiconductor||Semiconductors||160||26||Legacy System||Cadence EDA in the Cloud||2Q16|
|Cadence Design Systems||Toshiba Corporation||Consumer Electronics||200000||66560||Legacy System||Cadence EDA in the Cloud||2Q16|
|Cadence Design Systems||HiSilicon Technologies Co., Ltd||Semiconductors||1100||550||Legacy System||Cadence EDA in the Cloud||1Q16|
|SAP||Rockwell Automation Inc||Industrial Automation||22500||6050||Legacy System||SAP PLM||3Q15|
|SAP||HCL-Axon||Management Consulting||6000||3500||Legacy System||SAP PLM||1Q15|
|SAP||Danone||Consumer Products||102400||20900||Legacy System||SAP PLM||1Q15|
|SAP||Blue Cross Blue Shield||Insurance||8100||2420||Legacy System||SAP PLM||1Q15|
|SAP||Applied Medical||Medical Devices||2200||900||Legacy System||SAP PLM||1Q15|
|Oracle||Smiths Medical||Medical Devices||7500||2900||Legacy System||Oracle Agile PLM||1Q15|
|Oracle||ARRIS Group, Inc.||Telecommunications||8520||5300||Legacy System||Oracle Agile PLM||1Q15|
|Oracle||Freescale Semiconductor||Semiconductors||42000||6100||Legacy System||Oracle Agile PLM||1Q15|
|Oracle||Apple Inc||Consumer Electronics||110000||233115||Arena PLM||Oracle Agile PLM||3Q15|
|Oracle||Medtronic||Medical Devices||98000||28000||EMC Documentum||Oracle Agile PLM||1Q15|
|Oracle||Vicon Industries||Security and Investigations||148||45||Legacy System||Oracle Agile PLM||4Q14|
Source: Apps Run The World, August 2016
An expanded version of this report covers the top 50+ Product LifeCycle Management and Engineering 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.
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