International software and consulting company Implico remains market leader of terminal automation systems in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) according to the most recent, detailed market study conducted by ARC Advisory Group. Implico had also been named market leader in previous issues of the Terminal Automation Systems study published back in 2010 and 2014.
In the past years, the ARC market study has analysed recent market developments, examined related technology and business trends, identified leading providers and provided five year forecasts for the terminal automation system market. The new study is based on the industry leading ARC market research database, extensive primary and secondary research and ARC’s proprietary economic modeling techniques.
The latest issue of the study consists of a 24 page market analysis report and a comprehensive Excel worksheet with additional data containing information about market share by region or by the type of service provided, for example. In the EMEA region, Implico is the clear leader with a market share of 23.75%. The company was able to extend its leadership position compared to the previous issue of the study. Worldwide, Implico has a 10.51% market share in consulting services (IT consultancy and process optimisation), making it number one by a considerable margin.
“We are very proud that we were able to maintain our market leadership in the EMEA region,” said Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico. “It shows us that our ‘state of the art’ solutions are meeting the needs of the tank terminal industry.”
Implico’s OpenTAS terminal management system is a complete package of solutions for automating processes in the oil and gas downstream industry. The iGOS solution supports companies in transferring business processes to the cloud where they can be used comfortably, cost efficiently and flexibly based on a ‘software as a service’ model.
Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle
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