Publishing Technology Market Report - 2021
Annual Review of Suppliers
Publishing Software and Services Market Survey
“…the report helped us avoid what may have become a very expensive mistake when we were looking to replace an important set of back office applications which run our business.” – Mike S. IT Director (Scholarly Publisher)
This report sets out some parameters for evaluating which providers you will want to look at as you make your decision to invest in new technology. Technology investment is a significant undertaking for any company regardless of your size or sophistication and our report provides a framework for identifying the best options for your business. We have conducted more than 30 in-depth interviews with the leading providers to help you understand each company’s product offering and capabilities.
“Michael’s report helped us save a considerable amount of time in the selection of applicable vendors for our technology project and his concurrent consulting advice helped guide our process. We enjoyed working with him on this project.” Shelly B. Operations Director (Education Publisher)
Resources are tight and expertise is frequently in short supply. This report and our consulting knowledge can help you ask the right questions and shorten your evaluation process. Time is money and no one wants to waste time and effort evaluating vendors which are not right for your business.
“In our view the most comprehensive report for software vendors supporting publishing and information companies” – Partner, Private Equity
The software and services market place is under researched and our market map is unique in the way it identifies the primary providers to publishers and content owners. Several private equity firms have purchased this report to support their knowledge and understanding of this vibrant market place. Click here for purchasing information.
This year, having conducted over 30 interviews, we ranked Fadel (rights/royalties), Klopotek (Title, Editorial, Production) and Silverchair (Content Management) as the best positioned vendors in their respective segments.
The 2020 report is 90 pages long and includes a market overview; functional and technical descriptions of the primary software applications and vendors for enterprise resource planning (ERP); title, editorial and production (TEP); contracts, rights and royalties (CRR); and content management (CMS).
We strongly recommend you purchase this report if you are considering any investment in technology in the coming year and/or if you want a better understanding of the competitive environment for these products.