July 1999

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Slowdown in Y2K spending affects SCM market

The supply chain management (SCM) market is experiencing a "deceleration" that will be only temporary, according to an outlook from AMR Research, Boston, Massachusetts. The market is projected to rega..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The supply chain management (SCM) market is experiencing a "deceleration" that will be only temporary, according to an outlook from AMR Research, Boston, Massachusetts. The market is projected to regain its course in second-half 1999. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are expected to expand their supply chain offerings. The overall SCM market is projected to grow 50%, or $3.9 billion, in 1999. The supply chain planning (SCP) portion will increase 58% and supply chain execution (SCE) will grow 42%. The 46% revenue growth for 1998 sustained SCM's temporary rapid growth, but fell behind 1997's 56% growth rate. The deceleration can be attributed to a slowdown in IT spe

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