Research Nester is excited to share the findings of study on the burgeoning Asset Management System Market. We expect this sector to experience a growth rate of 14% from 2023 to 2035. One of the drivers behind this growth is the rising importance of effective risk management as well as the increasing demand for automated solutions and the preference, for cloud based options.
Managing assets in todays paced world can be quite overwhelming. Whether its keeping track of inventory or monitoring equipment there are components that require efficient management for a business to thrive. This is where asset management systems come into play. They offer organizations a centralized platform to effectively oversee their assets resulting in saved time and resources. Why are these systems so crucial? Well just imagine the chaos of keeping tabs on all your company’s assets—it would be an absolute nightmare! Asset management systems automate this process making it significantly easier and more efficient for businesses to operate smoothly.
Advancements in Technology
The market for asset management systems is experiencing growth due to various technological advancements that have simplified the tracking and management of assets. Among these advancements RFID technology stands out as a game changer. By utilizing radio waves RFID enables real time asset tracking revolutionizing how companies manage their inventory with accuracy and efficiency. It has been observed that implementing RFID technology in the supply chain can enhance inventory accuracy to a 99.99%. Moreover, manufacturers and distributors who adopt this technology in their operations experience an 84% improvement in shipping and picking accuracy. With real time inventory tracking capabilities companies gain access, to precise information allowing them to optimize their supply chain operations accordingly.
Growing Need for Efficient Asset Tracking
Efficient tracking of assets is crucial for any organization aiming to optimize its operations and cut down on costs. Businesses that successfully implement IT asset management can enjoy savings of up to 32% in the year with consistent savings of at least 6% in each subsequent year. By monitoring assets, in real time companies can identify areas of inefficiency and make informed decisions regarding resource allocation. For instance, a manufacturing company could utilize an asset management system to track the whereabouts and usage of production equipment. By analyzing this data, they can pinpoint which machines are being underutilized and which ones are being overworked enabling them to make adjustments that increase efficiency while minimizing downtime.
In 2022, The Healthcare Industry Emerged as The Force, In the Market Share of Asset Management Systems.
The healthcare industry has experienced a rise in the demand for asset management systems primarily due to the necessity of managing supply chains tracking inventory and ensuring efficient staff operations. According to statistics nurses spend hours each day searching their facilities for vital equipment required to serve their patients. Given that hospital workers typically spend an average of 70-75 minutes looking for assets, it’s not an overstatement to say that having access to critical equipment can make a life or death difference. These systems aid nurses and other healthcare providers, in locating the necessary equipment saving them valuable time and enabling them to provide enhanced patient care. Moreover, these systems assist healthcare organizations in cutting costs by streamlining operations and facilitating asset tracking.
Regional Overview of the Asset Management System Industry in North America
The asset management system market in North America is projected to generate the revenue reaching approximately USD 10 billion by the end of 2035. This can be attributed to the presence of a number of IT companies operating in the region. By the end of 2021, it was anticipated that there would be least 584,000 IT enterprises in the United States alone. Furthermore, advancements in technology such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have greatly improved the capabilities of asset management systems used by companies. These technological developments have facilitated efficient monitoring and management of assets resulting in increased adoption rates.
Important participants, in the Asset Management System industry include ABB Ltd., Adobe, Brookfield Asset Management, Honeywell International Inc., IBM Corp., Oracle Corporation, Rockwell Automation, Siemens AG, WSP Global Inc., Zebra Technologies Corporation and others.