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Australia's CMS 'booming'
Aug 29 2008, 00:11 AM
Australia's content management software market is booming and could be worth $442 million by 2012, according to a study from research firm IDC.
The report forecasted that the market for the Asia-Pacific market would increase at a five year compound annual growth rate of 14 per cent, from the $211 million dollars that the sector was worth in 2007.
IDC identified that this would be driven mainly be workflow-enabled content management and the automation of document-based business processes gaining widespread interest among companies.
A content management system is used to create, edit, manage and publish data in a consistently organised way, ensuring data quality.
"Governments across the region are actively adopting Internet-based technologies as part of their ongoing efforts to offer more services digitally," said Ridhi Sawhney, market analyst in IDC's Asia-Pacific research group.
Earlier this week, a Forrester Research report revealed that demand for data management professionals remains high, despite economic uncertainty.
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