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Global Enterprise Video Webcasting and Lecture Capture Solutions Markets

NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Enterprise Video Webcasting and Lecture Capture Solutions Markets

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This research analyzes the global enterprise video webcasting solutions and lecture capture solutions market. Frost & Sullivan defines enterprise video webcasting solutions as software, hardware or platform products that are sold to enterprise companies for deployment inside their firewall and used for the streaming of live video. Frost & Sullivan defines lecture capture solutions as technologies that enable the capture, broadcast, and archival of presentations. In this study Frost & Sullivan has evaluated the current state of these markets, offering drivers and restraints, revenue forecasts, and trends regarding the markets over forecast period 2012 to 2016.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

C h a p t e r 1

Executive Summary for the Global Enterprise Video Webcasting and Lecture

Capture Solutions Markets

Market Overview 1-1

Introduction 1-1

Competitive Landscape 1-3

Key Research Findings 1-4

Growth Opportunities and Revenue Forecasts 1-4

Conclusions 1-6

C h a p t e r 2

Analysis of the Global Lecture Capture Solutions Market

Overview of the Lecture Capture Solutions Market 2-1

Introduction and Market Definitions 2-1

Market Definition 2-3

Software Solutions 2-3

Appliance-based or On-Premise Solutions 2-3

Market Evolution 2-4

Market Engineering Measurement Analysis 2-5

Analysis of Growth Drivers and Market Restraints 2-7

Market Drivers 2-7

Institutional Expansion and Audience Reach Reveal New Deployment Opportunities 2-8

Flexible and Rapid Content Delivery and Access Boosts Interest in Lecture Capture Solutions 2-9

Value Proposition of Digitized Media Drives Market Growth 2-9

Partnerships with Synergistic Technologies Spur Market Growth 2-10

Growth of the Enterprise Video Webcasting and Video Conferencing Market Bolsters Lecture Capture

Market Visibility 2-10

Potential Elevation of Institutional Reputation Raises Interest in Lecture Capture Solutions 2-11

Market Restraints 2-11

Difficulty in Proving Tangible ROI Prolongs Buying Decisions 2-12

High Cost of Deployments Interferes with Lecture Capture Solution Sales 2-12

Economic Downturn Diverts Revenue and Resources from Lecture Capture Solution Vendors 2-12

Webcasting and Video conferencing Technologies Win New Deployments over Traditional Lecture

Capture Vendors 2-13

Adoption of Lecture Capture Solutions Hinges on Ongoing Faculty Support 2-13

Previous Investments of Resources in Institutional Solutions Delay Growth of the Lecture Capture

Solutions Market 2-14

Revenue Forecasts and Trend Analysis 2-14

Revenue Forecasts and Analysis 2-14

Global Demand Analysis 2-18

Market and Technology Trends 2-20

Technology Trends 2-21

Pricing Trends 2-22

Competitive Analysis 2-24

Competitive Structure 2-24

Number of Competitors in the Market 2-24

Key End-user Groups 2-25

Types and Tiers of Competition 2-25

Distribution Structure 2-26

Key Competitive Factors 2-26

Market Share Analysis 2-27

Market Leader 2-29

Challengers 2-30

Contenders 2-30

Emerging Market Participants 2-31

Product Analysis 2-31

Accordent (Polycom) 2-32

Cisco 2-32

Echo360 2-32

Qumu 2-33

Panopto 2-33

Sonic Foundry 2-33

TechSmith 2-34

Tegrity 2-34

VBrick 2-34

C h a p t e r 3

Analysis of the Global Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market

Overview of the Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market 3-1

Introduction and Market Definitions 3-1

Market Definition 3-3

Market Engineering Measurement Analysis 3-4

Analysis of Growth Drivers and Market Restraints 3-7

Market Drivers 3-7

Video Webcasting Solutions Allow Enterprises to Reduce Costs and Enhance Communication 3-8

Video We\bcasting Solutions Integrated into the Enterprise Portal Help Enhance Shelf Life of Video

Content 3-8

Video Webcasting Solutions are Increasingly Cheaper to Deploy 3-9

Maturing Capabilities of IT Departments within the Enterprise Helps Drive Buy-in for Enterprise

Video Webcasting Deployments 3-9

Interactive Functionality Including Tools for Reporting and Analytics Enhance the Value Proposition

of Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions 3-10

Market Restraints 3-10

Budgetary Restrictions Temper Solution Evaluation 3-11

Integration with Enterprise Collaboration Platforms Creates Deployment Challenges 3-11

Video Conferencing Technologies Win Deployments over Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions 3-12

Perceived Difficulty in Providing Content Security for Live Video Prolongs Sales Cycles 3-12

Enterprise Bandwidth Restrictions Impede Solution Deployment 3-12

Revenue Forecast and Trend Analysis 3-13

Revenue Forecasts and Analysis 3-13

Global Demand Analysis 3-17

Market and Technology Trends 3-19

Market Trends 3-19

Technology Trends 3-20

Pricing Trends 3-20

End-user Analysis 3-22

Competitive Analysis 3-23

Competitive Analysis 3-23

Number of Competitors in the Market 3-23

Key End-user Groups 3-24

Types and Tiers of Competition 3-24

Distribution Structure 3-25

Key Competitive Factors 3-25

Market Share Analysis 3-26

Market Leader 3-28

Challengers 3-29

Contenders 3-29

Emerging Par\ticipants 3-29

Product Analysis 3-30

Enterprise Video Webcasting Platforms 3-31

Accordent (Polycom) 3-31

Cisco 3-31

Haivision 3-31

Ignite Technologies 3-32

Kontiki 3-32

LifeSize 3-32

MediaPlatform 3-32

Origin Digital 3-32

Qumu 3-32

Panopto 3-33

Sonic Foundry 3-33

Telestream 3-33

VBrick 3-33

Hardware and Software Point Solutions 3-33

A Final Note 3-34

List of Figures

C h a p t e r 2Analysis of the Global Lecture Capture Solutions Market2-1 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2016 2-82-2 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2016 2-112-3 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast (Global), 2011-2016 2-142-4 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Deployment Model (Global), 2011-2016 2-162-5 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Geographic Region (Global), 2011-2016 2-182-6 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Unit Forecast for Capture Appliances (Global), 2011-2016 2-222-7 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Pricing Forecast for Capture Appliances (Global), 2011-2016 2-232-8 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Competitive Structure (Global), 2011 2-242-9 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Market Share Trends of Major Market Participants (Global), 2011 2-272-10 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Database of Key Market Participants by Solution Type (Global), 2011 2-31C h a p t e r 3Analysis of the Global Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market3-1 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2016 3-73-2 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2016 3-103-3 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast (Global), 2011-2016 3-133-4 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Geographic Region (Global), 2011-2016 3-153-5 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Deployment Forecast (Global), 2011-2016 3-213-6 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Pricing Forecast for SaaS (Global), 2011-2016 3-213-7 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Competitive Structure (Global), 2011 3-233-8 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Market Share Trends of Major Market Participants (Global), 2011 3-263-9 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Database of Key Market Participants by Solution Type (Global), 2011 3-30

List of Charts

C h a p t e r 2Analysis of the Global Lecture Capture Solutions Market2.1 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Digital Media Value Chain (Global), 2011 2-22.2 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Product Lifecycle Stage (Global), 2011 2-42.3 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Market Engineering Measurements (Global), 2011 2-62.4 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast (Global), 2011-2016 2-152.5 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Deployment Model (Global), 2011-2016 2-172.6 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Geographic Region (Global), 2011-2016 2-192.7 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Market Share Trends of Major Market Participants (Global), 2011 2-282.8 Lecture Capture Solutions Market:Competitive Landscape (Global), 2011 2-29C h a p t e r 3Analysis of the Global Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market3.1 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Digital Media Value Chain (Global), 2011 3-23.2 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Product Lifecycle Stage (Global), 2011 3-43.3 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Market Engineering Measurements (Global), 2011 3-53.4 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast (Global), 2011-2016 3-143.5 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Revenue Forecast by Geographic Region (Global), 2011-2016 3-163.6 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Percent of Revenue by Key Verticals (Global), 2011 3-183.7 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Market Share Trends of Major Market Participants (Global), 2011 3-273.8 Enterprise Video Webcasting Solutions Market:Competitive Landscape (Global), 2011 3-28

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