Melbourne, 20 April 2016 – Global mobile app revenue will grow by 2.2 times over the next five years, from US$36bn in 2015 to US$79bn in 2020, according to global analyst firm Ovum. This is compared to a 1.8 times increase in the number of app downloads – from 211 billion in 2015 to 378 billion in 2020.
Melbourne, 7 April 2016 – Ovum is accelerating investment and further integrating its telecommunications, media and technology capabilities to provide critical business intelligence to digital service providers and their technology partners to enable them to profit from innovation and fast-paced change in the TMT market.
The global user base for person-to-person (P2P) mobile money transfers will increase from 192.66 million users in 2014 (domestic and international) to 1.61 billion in 2019, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
London, 11 February, 2016 – Towards the end of 2015, India reached 1 billion mobile subscriptions, joining its northerly neighbor China by becoming only the second member of the 1 billion club, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
Melbourne, 11 February 2015: As premium growth in most markets returned to positive growth during 2015, many insurers have some confidence to seek ways in which they can use IT to grow their business, according to a new report* from global analyst firm Ovum.
London, 9 February 2016 – Global mobile penetration reached 100% at the end of 2015, meaning that on average there is one SIM card per person on the planet, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
London, 27 January 2016 – LTE subscriptions passed the 1 billion subscription mark during the final quarter of 2015 and are set to continue strong double-digit growth for the next five years, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
Melbourne, 18 January, 2015 – The shift in consumer spending towards accessing music rather than owning it is an unstoppable trend that has resulted in the one of the biggest shake-ups in recorded music distribution for a century, according to global analyst firm Ovum.
Melbourne, 13 January 2016 – Factors such as rising costs, declining affordability, disruptive technologies, and for-profit competitors mean that now is the time for institutions to grow the strategic role of IT to differentiate themselves in the market.
Melbourne, 21 December 2015 – Personalizing the customer experience, improving operational efficiency and moving to new delivery models are some the top IT trends to expect from telcos in 2016, according to global analyst firm Ovum.