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Could artificial intelligence (AI) help companies meet growing expectations for environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting? 

Certainly, over the past couple of years, ESG issues have soared in importance for corporate stakeholders, with increasing demands from investors, employees and customers. According to S&P Global, in 2022 corporate boards and government leaders “will face rising pressure to demonstrate that they are adequately equipped to understand and oversee ESG issues — from climate change to human rights to social unrest.”

ESG investing, in particular, has been a big part of this boom: Bloomberg Intelligence found that ESG assets are on track to exceed $50 trillion by 2025, representing more than a third of the projected $140.5 trillion in total global assets under management. Meanwhile, ESG reporting has become a top priority that goes beyond ticking off regulatory boxes. It’s used as a tool to attract investors and financing, as well as to meet expectations of today’s consumers and employees.  

But according to a latest Oracle ESG global study, 91% of business leaders are currently facing major challenges in making progress on sustainability and ESG initiatives. These include finding the right data to track progress, and time-consuming manual processes to report on ESG metrics.

“A lot of the data that needs to be collected either doesn’t exist yet or needs to come from many systems,” said Sem J. de Spa, senior manager of digital risk solutions at Deloitte. “It’s also way more complex than just your company, because it’s your suppliers, but also the suppliers of your suppliers.” 

ESG data challenges driving use of AI

That is where AI has increasingly become part of the ESG equation. AI can help manage data, glean data insights, operationalize data and report against it, said Christina Shim, VP of strategy and sustainability, AI applications software at IBM. 

“We need to make sure that we’re gathering the mass amounts of data when they’re in completely different silos, that we’re leveraging that data to Boost operations within the business, that we’re reporting that data to a variety of stakeholders and against a very confusing landscape of ESG frameworks,” she said. 

According to Deloitte, although a BlackRock survey found that 92% of S&P companies were reporting ESG metrics by the end of 2020, 53% of global respondents cited “poor quality or availability of ESG data and analytics” and another 33% cited “poor quality of sustainability investment reporting” as the two biggest barriers to adopting sustainable investing. 

Making progress is a must, experts say. Increasingly, these ESG and sustainability commitments are no longer simply nice to have,” said Shim. “It’s really becoming kind of like a basis of what organizations need to be focused on and there are increasingly higher standards that have to be integrated into the operations of all businesses,” she explained. 

“The challenge is huge, especially as new regulations and standards emerge and ESG requirements are under more scrutiny,” said De Spa. This has led to hundreds of technology vendors flooding the market that use AI to help tackle these issues. “We need all of them, at least a lot of them, to solve these challenges,” he said.

The human-AI ESG connection

On top of the operational challenges around ESG, the Oracle study found 96% of business leaders admit human bias and emotion often distract from the end ESG goals. In fact, 93% of business leaders say they would trust a bot over a human to make sustainability and social decisions. 

“We have people who are coming up now who are hardwired for ESG,” Pamela Rucker, CIO advisor, instructor for Harvard Professional Development, who helped put together the Oracle study. “The idea that they would trust a computer isn’t different for them. They already trust a computer to guide them to work, to supply them directions, to tell them where the best prices are.” 

But, she added, humans can work with technology to create more meaningful change and the survey also found that business leaders believe there is still a place for humans in ESG efforts, including managing making changes (48%), educating others (46%), and making strategic decisions (42%). 

“Having a machine that might be able to sift through some of that data will allow the humans to come in and look at places where they can add some context around places where we might have some ambiguity, or we might have places where there’s an opportunity,” said Rucker. “AI gives you a chance to see more of that data, and you can spend more time trying to come up with the insights.” 

How companies can get started with AI and ESG

Seth Dobrin, chief AI officer at IBM, told VentureBeat that companies should get started now on using AI to harness ESG data. “Don’t wait for additional regulations to come,” he said. 

Getting a handle on data is essential as companies begin their journey towards bringing AI technologies into the mix. “You need a baseline to understand where you are, because you can make all the goals and imperatives, you can commit to whatever you want, but until you know where you are, you’re never gonna figure out how to get to where you need to get to,” he said. 

Dobrin said he also sees organizations moving from a defensive, risk management posture around ESG to a proactive approach that is open to AI and other technologies to help. 

“It’s still somewhat of a compliance exercise, but it’s shifting,” he said. “Companies know they need to get on board and think proactively so that they are considered a thought leader in the space and not just a laggard doing the bare minimum.” 

One of the key areas IBM is focusing on, he added, is helping clients connect their ESG data and the data monitoring with the genuine operations of the business. 

“If we’re thinking about business facilities and assets, infrastructure and supply chain as something that’s relevant across industries, all the data that’s being sourced needs to be rolled up and integrated with data and process flows within the ESG reporting and management piece,” he said. “You’re sourcing the data from the business.” 

Deloitte works with Signal AI on ESG efforts

Deloitte recently partnered with Signal AI, which offers AI-powered media intelligence, to help the consulting firm’s clients spot and address provider risks related to ESG issues. 

“With the rise of ESG and as businesses are navigating a more complex environment than ever before, the world has become awash in unstructured data,” said David Benigson, CEO of Signal AI. “Businesses may find themselves constantly on the back foot, responding to these issues reactively rather than having the sort of data and insights at their fingertips to be at the forefront.” 

The emergence of machine learning and AI, he said, can fundamentally address those challenges. “We can transform data into structured insights that help business leaders and organizations better understand their environment and get ahead of those risks, those threats faster, but also spot those opportunities more efficiently too – providing more of an outside-in perspective on issues such as ESG.” 

He pointed to latest backlash around “greenwashing,” including by Elon Musk (who called ESG a “scam” because Tesla was removed from S&P 500’s ESG Index). “There are accusations that organizations are essentially marking their own homework when it comes to sorting their performance and alignment against these sorts of ESG commitments,” he said. “At Signal, we provide the counter to that – we don’t necessarily analyze what the company says they’re going to do, but what the world thinks about what that company is doing and what that company is actually doing in the wild.” 

Deloitte’s de Spa said the firm uses Signal AI for what it calls a “responsible value chain” – basically, provider risk management. 

“For example, a sustainable organization that cleans oceans and rivers from all kinds of waste asked us to help them get more insight into their own value chain,” he said. “They have a small number of often small suppliers they are dependent on and you cannot easily keep track of what they’re doing.” With Signal AI, he explained, Deloitte can follow what is happening with those companies to identify if there are any risks – if they are no longer able to deliver, for example, if there is a scandal that puts them out of business, or if the company is causing issues related to sustainability.” 

In one case, Deloitte discovered a company that was not treating their workers fairly. “You can definitely fight greenwashing because you can see what is going on,” he said. “You can leverage millions of sources to identify what is really happening.” 

ESG will need AI and humans going forward

As sustainability and other ESG-related regulations begin to proliferate around the world, AI and smart technology will continue to play a crucial role, said Deloitte’s de Spa. “It’s not just about carbon, or even having a responsible value chain that has a net zero footprint,” he said. “But it’s also about modern slavery and farmers and other social types of things that companies will need to report on in the next few years.” 

Going forward, a key factor will be how to connect and integrate data together using AI, said IBM’s Dobrin. “Many offer a carbon piece or sell AI just for energy efficiency or supply chain transparency,” he said. “But you need to connect all of it together in a one-stop-shop, that will be a total game-changer in this space.” 

No matter what, said Rucker, there is certainly going to be more for AI-driven tools to measure when it comes to ESG. “One of the reasons I get excited about this is because it’s not just about a carbon footprint anymore, and those massive amounts of data mean you’re going to have to have heavy lifting done by a machine,” she said. “I see an ESG future where the human needs the machine and the machine needs the human. I don’t think that they can exist without each other.” 

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Killexams : Snowflake: Excellence Is Now Reasonably Priced
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Snowflake (NYSE:SNOW) is cementing itself as among the handful of cloud software companies that can actually capture about a quarter of their TAM (Total Addressable Market), now presented as $90B or so. Theoretically, every enterprise above a moderate size could use data warehousing services, and the business execution by Snowflake so far indicates that the flywheel for growth is well oiled.

At the ~$145 range, SNOW makes sense as an investment for the long term - offering robust compounding potential for investors who stick through.

One might argue that this stock could head lower in an extended bear trend and that the valuation is still holding a little too much baked in. As I write this, SNOW is still valued at 19x on the Next Twelve Month EV/S multiple. This is a massive market valuation on a relative basis, considering the worsening baseline cost of equity that's now a few points up. Regardless, I'd like to argue that it is an exceptional business that deserves the big sector premium and then some.

I had written an introductory article on the business after it went public more than a year ago and made the following remarks at a ~$250 price. There were a few comments from that:

When the market is already pricing in success, especially at this very nascent IPO stage, you aren't being compensated enough for risk, volatility, drawdowns, and the very real possibility that the business falls short. Snowflake appropriately commands a high valuation for its business. I must admit, that I too scoffed at the price before diving deeper into the company. Upon further analysis, there seems to be more justification for its valuation than I previously hypothesized. It is stretched, but not absurd. There's more downside than upside from here in the short-term and the price relative to the long-term prospects isn't attractive enough to warrant a spot in my portfolio.

It's now ~$145, and is attractive enough to warrant a substantial holding in my portfolio. I began nibbling a little at <$200 and increased my position significantly on the deeper dips in latest months. Meanwhile, the earnings reports have been strong as leading metrics outperformed expectations for the past few quarters. There will be some headwinds for short-term growth, but the reasoning behind the last earnings call appeared rational and under control. With a significant price drawdown, I sense an opportunity here. Even by extending today's more modest valuation paradigm, there's big upside potential.

Recap: Data Warehouse In Evolution

Snowflake, as many might know, is a modern data warehousing solution that charges customers on a pay-as-you-use basis. Organizing data, removing silos, and solving governance issues while making it available to whoever needs it, have been ongoing problems plaguing any modern enterprise at different points across the spectrum. Removing all the friction, maintenance, and extra management of it is key to unlocking intelligence from the data, and that's where Snowflake comes in as a packaged solution that bridges the back end of data to the decision-making front.

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Snowflake Architecture (Snowflake Investor Presentation)

Snowflake rests upon the big infrastructure providers (i.e. Azure, AWS, GCP) by building a software solution that supercharges data management, and therefore insight and decision making.

The company has expanded on the warehousing functionality with data science, engineering, apps, tools for more app development, and other new use cases. Ultimately, it's not quite an app, but a platform, and one that has integrated years of hardcore engineering to function at the level of proficiency that made it into a multi-billion sales enterprise.

I've covered more on the warehousing-specific tech and its variations in my first article, but it's worth noting the results Snowflake offers on hand that produce rapid ROI for its customers over time. The Total Economic Impact Study, independently carried out by Forrester noted a 600%+ ROI on an amalgamated group of previous Snowflake customers that agreed to participate in the study. One can take it with some salt, as the study was in 2020, but I've seen many of the primary benefits still hold true across today's online customer reviews and studies:

  • Cost savings from accelerated time to market
  • Increased profits from faster time to market
  • Improved decision-making support from faster access to data
  • Simplified data operations
  • Infrastructure and database management savings

The pay-as-you-use nature of the Snowflake business model provides convenience and ready elasticity, arbitraging the otherwise massive infrastructure costs if done independently without an intelligent optimization layer. Managing, allocating, and governing data from a host of silos have plagued most IT teams. It appears that Snowflake has built the platform to jump ahead on most of those issues toward frictionless data intelligence. When moving with the markets, responding to trends, product development, and deployment for any business depends on the speed in a hypercompetitive landscape - Snowflake offers the warehousing solution built for the cloud.

Why The Data Cloud Vision Matters

For a few quarters now, the company has been harping on about the "Data Cloud". While it may sound like vague software jargon, there's a real new vertical for Snowflake to capitalize on here.

As a host for data for a few thousand enterprises, and a fraction of the Fortune 2000, the data cloud seemingly opens up the possibilities for the cross-functionality of that data. To be more specific, they're creating a unified marketplace for the silly amount of data already there to be used by any of their customers, controlled and governed by the original owners of it. The Data Cloud, at least to me, is about increasing the mobility of the complete amount of data on the Snowflake platform across enterprises and buyers.

That mobility is important. Snowflake, by virtue of this Data Cloud, is uniquely positioned to become one of the leading marketplaces of data anywhere in the world. With a quarter of the Forbes 2000 on the platform already, and an increasing number of third-party data providers, Snowflake leverages the optimization and cost efficiency of hosting all that data to build this marketplace which they're looking to now monetize as of their last earnings call.

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Data Cloud Visualization (Snowflake Investor Presentation)

The company visualized the growth of the Data Cloud using the graphics above. Unsurprisingly, the exchange of data has been exponential, enabling a whole host of analytics and insights that were previously not quite possible. And since Snowflake hosts it, the time to Extract, Transform, Load, or query the out-of-enterprise data one needs is extremely easy. It saves time and increases speed - doubly important for big data needs.

Such innovations that are not particularly meaningful on the financials, can have a large impact down the line. They also serve to differentiate Snowflake from its competitors such as Google's BigQuery or Azure. I refer to these aspects of a company as "optionality" - an embedded call option that can come into money and boost financials down the line. Such things are often overlooked by analysts.

Growth Amidst Competition

As of the last quarter, note the latest growth metrics:

  • 178% YoY Net Revenue Retention Rate, increasing sequentially over the last few quarters
  • 102% Revenue Growth
  • 139% Customer count growth for >$1m annual product revenue

Source: Quarterly Financials

If the general cloud tech moves fast on growth, Snowflake has moved faster. The retention rate is leading the entire pack among mid-large public software companies. This is primarily due to the pay-as-you-go model, which still appears underappreciated in some aspects.

While software investors are used to predictable annual recurring revenues and forecasting, Snowflake's business model is tied to a variable, but ultimately secular growth trend of the amount of net total data across enterprises. While companies will optimize for the data storage and warehousing they need, it is seemingly inevitable that the amount of data any modern enterprise would need will keep growing exponentially over the long term. That factor translates to excess top-line double-digit percentage growth should Snowflake entirely stop acquiring new customers altogether. On account of the long-term, this mechanism is what will enable the company to expand faster and longer on a financials-basis. In my view, such a business model demands an appropriately high premium to the regular SaaS model on valuation. There's a virtual inevitability to data growth, recession or not.

Competition exists, of course, coming from data-warehousing solutions provided by the big cloud infrastructure businesses: AWS Redshift, Azure, and Google's BigQuery. On the more innovative front, Databricks offers datalake solutions that may be less directly competitive now, but will increasingly overlap in use cases with data-warehousing as the space evolves.

According to G2 Crowd, Snowflake has the highest customer satisfaction score for Data Warehousing, and is high up in market presence, right behind AWS RedShift, and IBM's solution.

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G2 Crowd Grid for Data Warehousing (G2 Crowd Website)

Factoring in current trends on G2 reviews, Snowflake is experiencing higher momentum compared to Amazon's Redshift and other counterparts. G2 grabs their Momentum scores from customer review counts, but one could infer that Snowflake is gaining market share ahead of the competition, going by this rather imperfect data. If it is true, this works in investors' favour as economies of scale and pricing power come along as well.

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G2 Crowd Momentum Grid For Data Warehousing (G2 Crowd)

It is worth remarking on Snowflake's relationship with Amazon Web Services. AWS and Snowflake both cooperate and compete with each other. The cooperation involves a partnership on co-sales where AWS sells Snowflake to its existing and new customers. The competition comes across with AWS Redshift, also a data-warehousing solution. At least for now, Amazon appears to have partnered with the best of the breed and is overlooking immediate competition on warehousing to sell the bigger picture for customers - thereby offering a more competitive solution to set itself apart from Azure and GCP. This wasn't the case two years ago, but I'd take it as a massive vote of confidence from the most complete cloud infrastructure provider out there at the moment. That said, it's also a risk, should AWS choose to push through Redshift (the in-house warehousing solution).

Financials

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Product Revenue & Growth (Author, Snowflake Quarterly Results)

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Financial Performance Chart (Author, Quarterly Results Data)

Snowflake will quickly record a $2B annual sales run rate, probably by the end of the year. While sales have been on a decelerating growth trend, the company remains one of the fastest growing software businesses around and one of the largest high-growers too. Macro headwinds do exist, as CEO Frank Slootman mentioned on the last earnings call - the headwinds involve a shift in focus from enterprise customers from expansionary contracts to optimization. This is a clear short-term negative, but one ought to consider the long-term scope of the Snowflake opportunity and addressable market. The macro-environment has indeed shifted and will lead to altered spending patterns. The Q1 results and FY2022 guide earlier this year, along with the general tech crash, have been quick to take in these risks and compress the stock price. That presents an opportunity.

Snowflake has impressively generated substantial Free Cash Flow along with its high growth. reading between the lines, this represents disciplined cash management but also an ability to exercise pricing power. More than any other metric, FCF generation indicates that Snowflake can and has been going toe to toe with the big infrastructure players. In an environment where the cost of capital has increased dramatically and many software businesses are far below the breakeven line, Snowflake stands alongside very few names in the space. One should expect the 40.9% margin to moderate quite a bit, with management guiding in the teens for FY22. The profitability has been helped by an improving gross margin, and if things do go a little wrong, Snowflake has accumulated $4B in liquidity on its balance sheet. In summation, the high growth and cash generation will continue as before, even through a recession.

Valuation Multiples & The Long Term

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Sales Multiples (Koyfin)

The EV/S multiple on the next twelve-month basis of 19.2x accounts for a slightly in-line analyst consensus estimate for FY23 (growth of 65.9% vs 65-7% YoY on guided sales). This is all fine, but one ought to account for the long-term product revenue roadmap of $10B in product sales with a 25% FCF margin.

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Snowflake Guidance (Snowflake Q1 Presentation)

FY29 ends in January 2029, about 5.5 years from now. In my internal forecasts, I've been a little more aggressive and have pegged the target for about $10B in Product Revenue (with $11B in Total Revenue) for FY28. To me, management has historically been conservative, consistently beaten earnings, and is executing on business demands extremely well under the proven leadership of Frank Slootman (ex-CEO of ServiceNow) at the helm. With a forecast of about 32% YoY growth in FY28, and an exit 45x FCF multiple at 25% margin, and 10% share-count dilution, I get about 19% IRR potential from current prices for 5+ years. To provide some context, mid/high-20% YoY growers with $7B+ annual sales such as ServiceNow (NOW) are priced higher on today's FCF multiples.

To me, my forecasts provide a reasonable basis for the long-term and enough compounding potential to warrant a sizeable stake. This isn't the highest return potential around amidst tech, but I'd urge investors to look at the complete quality of the business and what that implies for downside risk. Snowflake had raised its long-term FCF margin targets in 2021 from 15% to 25%. Once thought of as an up-and-comer to infrastructure providers, it is now sophisticated enough to partner with, instead of compete with Amazon. And the business model offers a flywheel like no other in the software space, recording signs of eating market share everywhere against the best offerings in the industry. Solid balance sheet too with tightly run profitability. Then there's Frank Slootman, who is likely one of the best Silicon Valley operators out there; the now-behemoth ServiceNow owes a lot to him for what they are today at a near $100B market cap. Quality growth that ticks all the boxes is rare and Snowflake appears to be one such business.

Risks

Macro: The most obvious risk for perhaps any growth-oriented stock on the market for the next 12-18 months. The company has made an adjustment in the last two quarters to cull some expectations on growth while re-instating its long-term target of $10B in Product Revenue in a few years. Enterprises will appropriately reduce their spending on fresh software but it appears that the data-warehousing adoption trend is still one that should cut through a recession on sales alone. That said, more pronounced downside risks for near-term financials can lead to a deeper selloff in the stock price. One thing the market has hated this year is decelerating growth. If enough of that deceleration has not been priced, there could be some pain.

Competition: Redshift, Databricks with datalakes, and BigQuery. Snowflake isn't the clear leader in the space and will have to compete. Should other options spruce up as more competitive, Snowflake's long-term prospects on market capture may be culled.

Reliance on AWS: Amazon harbours some leverage over Snowflake's expansion on their infrastructure services. This forms a sort of partnership risk that could turn sour in the future.

Financial Risks: Increasing costs of cloud infrastructure and provision would directly impact the gross margin of Snowflake. Margin compression impacts bottom line profitability. With the commodity cycle elevated again, one could see the financials hurdle lower in the short term. As with any growth company, a tightening on cash slows down re-investment in market capture.

Conclusion

Snowflake is one of the few software companies that can actually meet its lofty ambitions. I say that because of the multiple signs of product excellence, innovation-based optionality, market share taking, and financials that are ready to withstand a recession. Unlike other software players, Snowflake doesn't have to radically change its growth strategy to account for a shortage of cash because they're already free cash flow generative. This factor only reinforces the story as a sign of early pricing power and the platform's value proposition for customers. At a $145 price, SNOW is a long-term Buy.

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Killexams : Warehouse Management System Global Market Report 2022

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Major players in the warehouse management system market are Manhattan Associates, Oracle Corp., Infor, PTC, SAP SE, PSI Logistics GmbH, IBM Corp., Tecsys, Blue Yonder, Honeywell International Inc, Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd, HighJump Software, Synergy Ltd, Made4net and JDA Software Group Inc.

The global warehouse management system market is expected to grow from $2.39 billion in 2021 to $2.74 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.77%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $4.83 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 15.15%.

The warehouse management system market consists of sales of warehouse management services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) which are used by companies to manage and control daily warehouse operations, from the moment goods and materials enter a distribution or fulfilment centre until the moment they leave. Warehouse management systems include inbound logistics and outbound logistics tools for picking and packing processes, resource utilization, analytics, and others.

The main warehouse management system offerings include software and services. Warehouse management system software are used to control and manage daily warehouse operations. The warehouse management system software helps in managing and controlling regular warehouse operations. It directs inventory in managing, picking, and shipping of orders, and guides the system automatically on picking and shipping items.

The different warehouse management system deployment modes include on premises and cloud. The warehouse management system functions include labor management system, analytics and optimization, billing and yard management and systems integration and maintenance, which are used for applications in transportation and logistics, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, food and beverage and other applications.

North America was the largest region in the warehouse management system market in 2021. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the forecast period. The regions covered in this report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Increasing demand from e-commerce companies for larger warehouses with better tracking and forecasting is expected to drive the warehouse management system market. The growing e-commerce industry requires continuous tracking of all the equipment and inventory forecasting to keep up the demand and maintain larger cargo movement.

For instance, a study from a research firm Knight Frank reported that the annual warehousing transactions in India are expected to increase from 31.7 million square feet in 2021 to 76.2 million square feet in 2026. Therefore, increasing demand from e-commerce companies is expected to boost the market during forecast period.

Technological advancement is a key trend gaining popularity in the warehouse management system market. Technological advancement is a discovery of knowledge that advances technology. For instance, in May 2020, a US-based provider of technology solutions for distribution centers launched the Manhattan Active Warehouse Management solution, which marks the world's first cloud-native enterprise-class warehouse management system (WMS). The new warehouse management system unifies every aspect of distribution and contains unified control, which allows management team members to quickly visualize, diagnose and take action anywhere in their supply chain.

The countries covered in the warehouse management system market report are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA.

Key subjects Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Warehouse Management System Market Characteristics

3. Warehouse Management System Market Trends And Strategies

4. Impact Of COVID-19 On Warehouse Management System

5. Warehouse Management System Market Size And Growth
5.1. Global Warehouse Management System Historic Market, 2016-2021, $ Billion
5.1.1. Drivers Of The Market
5.1.2. Restraints On The Market
5.2. Global Warehouse Management System Forecast Market, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion
5.2.1. Drivers Of The Market
5.2.2. Restraints On the Market

6. Warehouse Management System Market Segmentation
6.1. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Offering, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

6.2. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Deployment, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

6.3. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Function, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

  • Labor Management System
  • Analytics And Optimization
  • Billing And Yard Management
  • Systems Integration And Maintenance

6.4. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Application, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

  • Transportation And Logistics
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Food And Beverage
  • Other Applications

7. Warehouse Management System Market Regional And Country Analysis
7.1. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Split By Region, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion
7.2. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Split By Country, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

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Killexams : Public Key Infrastructure Market Size to hit $4.55Bn, Globally, by 2027 – Exclusive Study by The Insight Partners

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The public key infrastructure market in global is expected to grow from US$ 1.65 Bn in 2018 to US$ 4.55 Bn by the year 2027. This represents a CAGR of 11.4% from the year 2019 to 2027.

New York, July 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Insight Partners published latest research study on “Public Key Infrastructure Market to 2027 - Global Analysis and Forecasts By Component (Solution, Services); Deployment Model (Cloud, On-premise); Enterprise Size (Large Enterprises, SMEs); End User (BFSI, Retail and E-commerce, Government and Defense, IT and Telecom, Manufacturing and Automotive, Others)” The global public key infrastructure market growth is driven by increasing number of IoT devices, it is expected to have more than 1.5 billion IoT devices by 2022.

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Market Size Value in

US$ 1.65 Billion in 2018

Market Size Value by

US$ 4.55 Billion by 2027

Growth rate

CAGR of 11.4% from 2019-2027

Forecast Period

2019-2027

Base Year

2019

No. of Pages

187

No. Tables

143

No. of Charts & Figures

95

Historical data available

Yes

Segments covered

Component ; Deployment Model ; Enterprise Size ; End User

Regional scope

North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Latin America; MEA

Country scope

US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Argentina

Report coverage

Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends

Public key infrastructure handles authentication issues in small & medium enterprise and large enterprise. Large organizations adopt a PKI solution for ensuring continuous compliance. Also, to achieve secure communication, large organizations are adopting the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate that uses public key infrastructure for authentication and encryption. Further, companies in various regions are inclined towards providing public key infrastructure solution to large enterprises. For instance, GlobalSign Ltd. provides a highly scalable cloud-based public key infrastructure solution to offer digital identities that meet the demands of the Internet of Everything (IoE). Company's security and identity solutions allow large enterprises, cloud service providers, and Internet of Things (IoT) innovators to ensure security and privacy. The solution also protects its reputation and brand integrity and gain a competitive advantage. Hence, the offering of PKI solutions by potential companies drives the global public key infrastructure market.

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Public key infrastructure technology has been developed for exchanging information over an increasingly insecure Internet. Public key infrastructure technology delivers several benefits such as assurance of the quality of data sent and received electronically, assurance of the source and destination of that data, and assurance of the privacy of that data. Public key infrastructure can be used to provide cryptographic keys between users securely, and to enable other cryptographically delivered security services. Public Key Infrastructure also uses for supporting digital signatures and document encryption for a business. The PKI technology has become essential for effective, secure business and to achieve security and authentication requirements over non-secure networks such as the Internet.

The overall global public key infrastructure market size has been derived using both primary and secondary source. The research process begins with exhaustive secondary research using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to the global public key infrastructure market. It also provides an overview and forecast for the public key infrastructure market based on all the segmentation provided for the global region. Also, primary interviews were conducted with industry participants and commentators to validate data and analysis. The participants who typically take part in such a process include industry expert such as VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers, and external consultants such as valuation experts, research analysts, and key opinion leaders specializing in the public key infrastructure industry. Some of the players profiled in the public key infrastructure market report are Airbus S.A.S., Digicert Inc., Emudhra, Enigma Systemy Ochrony Informacji SP. Z O.O., Entrust Datacard Corporation, Futurex, Gemalto (Thales Group), IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, and Securemetric.

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The global public key infrastructure market is highly competitive and fragmented. The increasing number of IoT devices is positively impacting the public key infrastructure (PKI) market. It is expected to have more than 1.5 billion IoT devices by 2022. This growth is attributed to the increasing adoption among various industries and 3GPP standardization of cellular IoT technologies. The IoT devices have hit the market in significant number but lag in security. In most of the use cases, IoT security is based on PKI and asymmetric cryptography. With the use of PKI technology, IoT devices can enable direct authentication across systems in decentralized handling of authentication. With PKI, IoT solutions can enable direct authentication across systems in decentralized handling of authentication.

The rising demand for information security solutions is broadly acknowledged in the Europe region. To address the cyber-attacks challenges, the region is adopting security solutions and focusing toward implementation of advanced technology such as public key infrastructure. Nowadays, technology is opening up whole new opportunities, with new solutions and services which are becoming integral parts of daily lives. The risk of cyber-attack is growing in the region. Hence, the region is focusing on accelerating the efforts to strengthen cybersecurity.

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Key findings of the study:

The increasing digitalization of government sector across the globe is a key opportunity for PKI vendors in the coming years. Some of the regional activities such as national identity-card projects and e-government initiatives have been promoting PKI. The increasing adoption of smart cards (which carries a digital certificate) is driving the demand for PKI. The Department of Defense's Common Access Card initiative is another factor positively impacting the growth of the PKI market.

Some of the countries promote government-to-citizen and government-to-business application of PKI. For instance, Australia's Tax Office's use onetime certificates for tax filings. While some countries have more-general PKI adoption and projects. For instance, China and Singapore are pushing PKI as part of their smart-card-based national ID-card programs. The above factors are driving the global public key infrastructure market.

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Killexams : Global Warehouse Management System Market (2022 to 2031) - Featuring Manhattan Associates, Oracle, Infor and PTC Among Others

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Global Warehouse Management System Market

Dublin, July 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Warehouse Management System Global Market Report 2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global warehouse management system market.

This report focuses on warehouse management system market which is experiencing strong growth. The report gives a guide to the warehouse management system market which will be shaping and changing our lives over the next ten years and beyond, including the markets response to the challenge of the global pandemic.

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Major players in the warehouse management system market are Manhattan Associates, Oracle Corp., Infor, PTC, SAP SE, PSI Logistics GmbH, IBM Corp., Tecsys, Blue Yonder, Honeywell International Inc, Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd, HighJump Software, Synergy Ltd, Made4net and JDA Software Group Inc.

The global warehouse management system market is expected to grow from $2.39 billion in 2021 to $2.74 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.77%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $4.83 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 15.15%.

The warehouse management system market consists of sales of warehouse management services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) which are used by companies to manage and control daily warehouse operations, from the moment goods and materials enter a distribution or fulfilment centre until the moment they leave. Warehouse management systems include inbound logistics and outbound logistics tools for picking and packing processes, resource utilization, analytics, and others.

The main warehouse management system offerings include software and services. Warehouse management system software are used to control and manage daily warehouse operations. The warehouse management system software helps in managing and controlling regular warehouse operations. It directs inventory in managing, picking, and shipping of orders, and guides the system automatically on picking and shipping items.

The different warehouse management system deployment modes include on premises and cloud. The warehouse management system functions include labor management system, analytics and optimization, billing and yard management and systems integration and maintenance, which are used for applications in transportation and logistics, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, food and beverage and other applications.

North America was the largest region in the warehouse management system market in 2021. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the forecast period. The regions covered in this report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Increasing demand from e-commerce companies for larger warehouses with better tracking and forecasting is expected to drive the warehouse management system market. The growing e-commerce industry requires continuous tracking of all the equipment and inventory forecasting to keep up the demand and maintain larger cargo movement.

For instance, a study from a research firm Knight Frank reported that the annual warehousing transactions in India are expected to increase from 31.7 million square feet in 2021 to 76.2 million square feet in 2026. Therefore, increasing demand from e-commerce companies is expected to boost the market during forecast period.

Technological advancement is a key trend gaining popularity in the warehouse management system market. Technological advancement is a discovery of knowledge that advances technology. For instance, in May 2020, a US-based provider of technology solutions for distribution centers launched the Manhattan Active Warehouse Management solution, which marks the world's first cloud-native enterprise-class warehouse management system (WMS). The new warehouse management system unifies every aspect of distribution and contains unified control, which allows management team members to quickly visualize, diagnose and take action anywhere in their supply chain.

The countries covered in the warehouse management system market report are Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA.

Key subjects Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Warehouse Management System Market Characteristics

3. Warehouse Management System Market Trends And Strategies

4. Impact Of COVID-19 On Warehouse Management System

5. Warehouse Management System Market Size And Growth
5.1. Global Warehouse Management System Historic Market, 2016-2021, $ Billion
5.1.1. Drivers Of The Market
5.1.2. Restraints On The Market
5.2. Global Warehouse Management System Forecast Market, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion
5.2.1. Drivers Of The Market
5.2.2. Restraints On the Market

6. Warehouse Management System Market Segmentation
6.1. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Offering, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

6.2. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Deployment, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

6.3. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Function, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

  • Labor Management System

  • Analytics And Optimization

  • Billing And Yard Management

  • Systems Integration And Maintenance

6.4. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Segmentation By Application, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

7. Warehouse Management System Market Regional And Country Analysis
7.1. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Split By Region, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion
7.2. Global Warehouse Management System Market, Split By Country, Historic and Forecast, 2016-2021, 2021-2026F, 2031F, $ Billion

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