Inventory Management Software Market is Projected to Hold US$ 6 Bn By 2032
The Inventory Management Software Market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $3 billion to over $6 billion by 2032; as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc.
Inventory Management Software Market is anticipated to grow through 2032 owing to its capability of empowering users to track the complete asset lifecycle from procurement to retirement. In addition, inventory management software offers several benefits, such as improved visibility, fewer errors and discrepancies, fewer stockouts, efficient operations, reliable inventory planning and forecasting, and the ability to add new sales channels easily.
Besides, with constantly increasing investments in the manufacturing sector, the firms are adopting inventory management software to improve production planning, enable multi-channel integration, and gain more visibility of profits and margins in line with reducing operational costs.
In addition, the key providers in the market are also seeking to strengthen their foothold in the marketplace by expanding their portfolios and entering valuable mergers and acquisitions. Citing an instance, in January 2023, Albertsons launched a new inventory management system across banner stores. This rollout was supported by Afresh, the fresh food technology firm, and will assist store teams to plan better for the fresh production of food items, reduce food waste, and gather valuable data through their software.
Overall, the inventory management software industry is segmented in terms of type, application, deployment model, organization size, end-use, and region.
Considering the type, the manually managed inventory system segment held over 30% market share in 2022. Since manually managed inventory systems process simple computations related to inventory management, and complex calculations depend largely on the formulas entered by users, they are being increasingly adopted by small businesses.
Based on application, the asset tracking application segment is anticipated to witness considerable growth through 2032, as it helps improve asset inventory accuracy while reducing asset auditing efforts. Asset tracking also helps in cost savings owing to unnecessary equipment losses, labor costs, and subsequent duplicate purchases.
By organization size, the SME segment held over 60% market share in 2022. SMEs can leverage modern inventory management software to streamline their storage and distribution operations and gain a competitive advantage, which will augment the market demand during the next decade.
Regionally, the North America inventory management software industry was valued at over USD 1 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to register notable gains through 2032. The regional growth can be attributed to the increasing popularity of omnichannel retailing and the rapidly expanding e-commerce industry. As per reports, the total sales from the e-commerce section in the USA was USD 959.5 billion in 2021, which increased by 18.3% from 2020’s sales volume of USD 811.6 billion.
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