vertical market


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vertical market

A particular industry such as banking, insurance or computers. See vertical market software. Contrast with horizontal market.
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2002 Dollars - By Product, Total and Vertical Market (in 000's)
A separate vertical assessment needs to be made for on-demand outsourcing services as the vertical market drivers for on-demand services vary from those of traditional IT outsourcing contracts.
Furthermore, a detailed discussion, along with corporate market share, is also given for each major vertical market - maritime, land (enterprise), and aeronautical.
Design Wins With Major European and US Solar Cell Manufacturers Marks Strategic Vertical Market Success
48 trillion in 2010, a newly updated IDC forecast on worldwide vertical market IT spending reveals.
Gaining this understanding is not straightforward, since the decision rarely rests in the hands of a single executive and since the degree of influence that executives have varies by vertical market.
The market is sized both in terms of agent positions and technology spending, and the data is segmented by vertical market, in-house/outsourced, size-band, type of technology, IP/TDM, and hosted/CPE.
Over the course of 2006, we are publishing over 500 databooks with Technology Trends data cut by technology, vertical market, geography and size band.
Breakdown of the Technology Trends sample in the Nordics by vertical market
The market is sized both in terms of agent positions and technology spending, and the data is segmented by vertical market, in- house/outsourced, size- band, type of technology, IP/TDM, and hosted/CPE.
A recent report from the high-tech market research firm reports that the device, which was designed to counteract sluggish commercial PC sales, has been adopted in vertical markets, such as health care, real estate, and insurance.