IoT Integration Could See A $3,301.7 Million Market By 2022

According to a research report published by MarketsandMarkets, the global IoT Integration Market size is expected to grow from USD 759.5 Million in 2017 to USD 3,301.7 Million by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 34.2%. The major forces driving the growth of the IoT Integration Market include the growth of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend and the need for remote workplace management. Moreover, the increasing demands for data consistency and growing regulatory compliances and regulations are also some of the factors that are driving the market growth.

  • The system design and architecture services segment is expected to be the fastest growing service in the  IoT Integration Market  during the forecast period.
  • The smart building and home automation application area is expected to hold the largest market share in the  IoT Integration Market  during the forecast period.
  • North America is expected to have the largest market share in the IoT integration market during the forecast period.
  • The major vendors in the IoT Integration Market include Infosys (India), HCL (India), TCS (India), Capgemini (France), and Cognizant (US), Wipro (India), Atos SE (France), Intel Corporation (US), MuleSoft (US), SoftDEL (US), Phitomas (Malaysia), Meshed (Australia), and Allerin (US).


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