This report categorizes the market into four different segments, namely, market by type of product, application, integration type and end use industry. Learning Management Systems are classified based on their type as Course and Content Management, Performance Management, Talent Management, Learner Management, Administration / HR and Communication. The market has been classified based on the integration type into locally integrated and software as a service tools. The market has also been segmented based on their end use industry as academic and corporate segments which have been further classified into subgroups. The market has been classified based on application into Employee/ Student Trakcing, Compliance Training, Channel Training and Customer Training.
The Australian learning management system market is projected to grow from revenue amounting to more than $XX in 2014 with a CAGR of XX% through 2020.
The growing awareness regarding learning management systems in corporate applications is projected to spur the market as customer demand rises. The market will also be driven by growing launches of cloud based learning management systems and improved functionality of the products as technological developments enhance the capabilities. The growing demand for digital learning from customers will result in significant propulsion of the market as demand for learning management systems rises. The utilization of software as a service providers for the learning management systems integration has been on the rise and the demand is projected to continue to grow for this segment.
Competitive landscape for each of the product types is highlighted and market players are profiled with attributes of company overview, financial overview, business strategies, product portfolio and recent developments. Market shares of the key players for 2015 are provided. The key players in the Australian learning management system market are: Blackboard, Moodle, Desire2Learn, Canvas, Intel and McGraw-Hill. These companies have focused on agreements with end user industries as well as launch of new products in order to supplement revenue and gain market position in the growing learning management system market.
3.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET LANDSCAPE
3.1.Market Share Analysis
3.2.2.End user profiling
3.2.4.Top 5 Financials Analysis
4.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET FORCES
4.4.Attractiveness of the Australian Learning Management Systems Industry
4.4.1.Power of Suppliers
4.4.2.Power of Customers
4.4.3.Threat of New entrants
4.4.4.Threat of Substitution
4.4.5.Degree of Competition
5.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET- STRATEGIC ANALYSIS
5.1.Value Chain Analysis
5.4.Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis
5.5.Suppliers and Distributors
6.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET - BY TYPES
6.1.Course and Content Management
6.5.Administration / Human Resources
7.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET - BY INTEGRATION TYPE
7.2.Software as a Service (SaaS)
8.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET - BY END USE VERTICALS
8.2.6.Banking and Financial Services
8.2.9.Marketing and Advertising
9.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET - BY APPLICATIONS
9.2.Employee / Student Learning
10.AUSTRALIAN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MARKET ENTROPY
10.1.New Product Launches
10.2.M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships