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ASIA-PACIFIC API MANAGEMENT MARKET BY AXWAY, PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER INCORPORATED AND OTHERS

Asia-Pacific API Management Market,By Type (Carbon Identity Management, Maps & Location, Speech/Voice), Solution (Security, API Gateway, API Portal, API Lifecycle Management, API Analytics, Monetization, Administration), Service (Integration, Support Maintenance, Training Consulting), Deployment Type (On-premises, Cloud), Organization Size (Large Enterprises, Small and Medium Enterprises), Industry Vertical (IT & Telecommunication, Government & Defence, Banking, Financial, Services and Insurance (BFSI), Media & Entertainment, Healthcare, Retail & Consumer Goods, Transportation, Manufacturing)- Industry Trends and Forecast to 2025 Data Bridge Market Research

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For competitor segment, the report includes global key players of Asia-Pacific API Management are included:

Some of the prominent participants operating in this market are Axway, Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Microsoft, Rogue Wave Software, Inc., SAP SE, Oracle, Red Hat, Inc., CA Technologies, Inc., Fiorano Software and Affiliates, Software AG, Boomi, Inc., International Business Machines Corp., Nexright, SnapLogic, TYK Technologies, digitalML, Mashape Inc., Mulesoft, Inc., Sensedia, Tibco Software, Inc., WSO2, Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc., and others.

Asia-Pacific API management market is expected to reach million by 2025 and is projected to register a healthy CAGR of 19.9% in the forecast period of 2018 to 2025.

Product Launch:

In July, Microsoft (U.S.) announced the launch of Azure API Management (APIM) integration with Azure Application Insights (AI). This feature will allow customers to add APIM telemetry to AI and use AI’s rich set of capabilities to monitor and troubleshoot their APIs.
In March, Microsoft (U.S.) launched a new service Custom Vision service under Azure Portal. This is used as cloud-hosted APIs that which ensures developers to add AI capabilities for vision, speech, language, knowledge and search.

In March, International Business Machines Corp. launched IBM API Connect in order to integrate API directly from SwaggerHub, this solution will help in securing and providing stability and enhancing performance.
In October, International Business Machines Corp. sponsored application programming interface (API) conferences in the world, the company’s primary initiative was to provide the opportunity for professional to solve real business problems.

Research Methodology

Primary Respondents: OEMs, Manufacturers, Engineers, Industrial Professionals.
Industry Participants:CEO’s, V.P.’s, Marketing/Product Managers, Market Intelligence Managers and, National Sales Managers

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Understanding Porter’s Five Forces: Competitive Forces to Maximize Profitability

Competitive Rivalry. This looks at the number and strength of your competitors. How many rivals do you have? Who are they, and how does the quality of their products and services compare with yours?

Where rivalry is intense, companies can attract customers with aggressive price cuts and high-impact marketing campaigns. Also, in markets with lots of rivals, your suppliers and buyers can go elsewhere if they feel that they’re not getting a good deal from you.

On the other hand, where competitive rivalry is minimal, and no one else is doing what you do, then you’ll likely have tremendous strength and healthy profits.

Supplier Power. This is determined by how easy it is for your suppliers to increase their prices. How many potential suppliers do you have? How unique is the product or service that they provide, and how expensive would it be to switch from one supplier to another?

The more you have to choose from, the easier it will be to switch to a cheaper alternative. But the fewer suppliers there are, and the more you need their help, the stronger their position and their ability to charge you more. That can impact your profit.

Buyer Power. Here, you ask yourself how easy it is for buyers to drive your prices down. How many buyers are there, and how big are their orders? How much would it cost them to switch from your products and services to those of a rival? Are your buyers strong enough to dictate terms to you?

When you deal with only a few savvy customers, they have more power, but your power increases if you have many customers.

Threat of Substitution. This refers to the likelihood of your customers finding a different way of doing what you do. For example, if you supply a unique software product that automates an important process, people may substitute it by doing the process manually or by outsourcing it. A substitution that is easy and cheap to make can weaken your position and threaten your profitability.

Threat of New Entry. Your position can be affected by people’s ability to enter your market. So, think about how easily this could be done. How easy is it to get a foothold in your industry or market? How much would it cost, and how tightly is your sector regulated?

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