Telecom Market Research Reports, Industry Analysis Forecasts, Custom Consulting services

telecom market research, consultingTelecom Market Research, telecom market research, consultingIndustry Analysistelecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

market research, consultinginfo@insight-corp.com :market research, consulting: 973-541-9600telecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

market research, consultingPO Box 2472, Durango, CO 81302

   telecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

   telecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

Advanced Telecom Industry Research Report Searchtelecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

telecom market research, strategic telecommunications industry analysis, custom consultingtelecom industry research, market analysis, consulting

Insight's telecom industry research services

Insight's Telecom Market Research Reports and Industry Analysis

Comparative market research reports provide in-depth analysis.  

Insight's Telecom Market Research Reports Subscription Program

Discount multiple report purchasing scalable to informational needs.

Insight's Custom Research and Bespoke Telecom Consulting Services

Insight consulting is among the most reliable in the industry.

New Telecom Market Research Reports and Industry Analysis


Managed Services in an IP World: Global Opportunities for Wireless and Wired Networks 2014-2018 looks at how service providers are using IP in outsourced applications.
press release

US Telecom Buying: Changing Consumer & Business Purchase Patterns, 2014-2019 looks at changing telecom buying patterns in the US
press release

US Business Telecommunications: Services, Segments, 2014-2019 provides a detailed analysis of US businesses wireless and wireline markets
press release

US Wireless & Wireline Voice: Threats and Opportunities, 2013-2018 provides a comprehensive analysis of US voice services
press release

Telecom Services in Vertical Markets 2005-2010

a market research report

Report Excerpt

Market Segmentation

Table of Contents

Press Release

Pricing Information

Order This Report

Download the Free Executive Summary

Amid the fierce pricing competition, identifying lucrative vertical segments that are willing and able to pay is critical to survival. Vertical market segmentation pinpoints the telecom spending inclinations of various industries––it’s the key to any business plan, and a necessary ingredient for effective target marketing and sales force deployment.

In its annual review of vertical markets, Insight examines the spending patterns on local, long distance, ISP, and wireless for 14 classes of business including: healthcare, construction, retail trades, wholesale trades, educational services, financial, insurance, real estate, professional business services, hotels and lodging, transportation, communications, utilities, entertainment and media, durable manufacturing, and non-durable manufacturing. In quantitative terms, Insight describes the requirements of each vertical market and how likely they are to expand their telecommunications services over time. If you need to target markets for telecommunications services, then you should read this report.


Related Reports

  • data networking

  • internet & ip

  • long distance

  • private line

  • vertical markets

  • VoIP

  • wireless

  • Find Other Reports

  • Press Links
    Contact

    Marketing Dept.

    Report Excerpt

    1.1 Vertical Industry Telecommunications Spending

    The objective of this market research report is to examine and quantify the opportunities in various vertical industries for the telecommunications service provider community. INSIGHT examines 14 vertical markets in this report, segmented according to Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) developed by the US Department of Commerce and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) developed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). These 14 vertical markets represent nearly 80 percent of the total number of establishments in the US. This study begins with total telecom revenues, divides them between the business and the residential markets, and then examines the driving forces in each of fourteen selected vertical markets. The forecasts and segmentation in this report are based on data from the US Bureau of the Census, the BLS, the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Standard & Poor’s (S&P), and a private study that was conducted on 522,000 business sites completed at the close of 2005.

    Telecommunications products and services are, by their very nature, commodity products, since they exhibit little or no customization. Telecom providers recognize the commodity nature of their product when they market horizontally—offering everything to everyone, everywhere. Horizontal marketing provides generic “one-size-fits-all” offerings. In contrast, vertical marketing focuses on developing solutions to user problems within specific industries. In this market analysis report our thesis is that, with competition eating into already anemic profit margins, solution selling by vertical industry becomes an attractive way for telecommunications vendors to differentiate and a viable way to maintain profitability and sustained growth. Four principal growth factors affect telecommunications expenditures significantly...

    Download the Free Executive Summary


    Back to Top

    Market Segmentation

     

    Total Wireline Market
    Business vs. Residential Wireline Market
    Business Expenditures in Vertical Markets
    Wireline Data vs. Voice Markets
    Wireline Data Expenditures in Vertical Markets
    Wireless Expenditures
    Markets: wholesale, financial, insurance, real estate, professional, communications, durable manufacturing, health care, retail
     


    Back to Top

    Table of Contents

     

    Chapter I
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    1.1 Vertical Industry Telecommunications Spending
    1.2 Telecommunications and Vertical Marketing
    1.3 Telecommunications Expenditures by Vertical Industry

    Chapter II
    MARKET OVERVIEW
    2.1 Classification Systems
    2.2 Segmentation and Performance
          2.2.1 Wholesale Trade
                2.2.1.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.2 Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Services
                2.2.2.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.3 Professional Business Services
                2.2.3.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.4 Communications
                2.2.4.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.5 Durable Manufacturing
                2.2.5.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.6 Health Care
                2.2.6.1 S&P Indices
          2.2.7 Retail Trade
                2.2.7.1 S&P Indices
    2.3 Telecommunications Industry Trends
          2.3.1 Wireless Trends
          2.3.2 Fixed Mobile Convergence in the Enterprise
                2.3.2.1 The VoWLAN/Cellular Solution
                2.3.2.2 The VoWLAN/Cellular Dual-Mode Integrated Handset
                2.3.2.3 The VoWLAN/Cellular Controller
                2.3.2.4 A Standard for VoWLAN/Cellular: Unlicensed Mobile Access
                2.3.2.5 Limitations of VoWLAN
                2.3.2.6 The Handoff Tradeoff
                2.3.2.7 Integrated VoWLAN/Cellular Solution Issues
          2.3.3 Private Line Trends
                2.3.3.1 Private Line Forecast
          2.3.4 Managed Services
                2.3.4.1 Managed Service Market Forecast
          2.3.5 Toll Free Service Trends
                2.3.5.1 Toll Free Forecast

    Chapter III
    DRIVERS AND EXPENDITURES
    3.1 Drivers of Telecom Expenditures
          3.1.1 Growth in Employment
          3.1.2 Growth in Occupations
          3.1.3 Size and Number of Establishments
    3.2 Telecom Expenditures by Vertical Markets
          3.2.1 Long Distance
          3.2.2 Data Communications
                3.2.2.1 Direct Dial
          3.2.2.2 ISDN
          3.2.2.3 DSL
          3.2.2.4 T-1
          3.2.2.5 T-3
          3.2.2.6 800 Lines
          3.2.2.7 Cell Phones

    Chapter IV
    SITE STUDIES
    4.1 Overview
          4.1.1 Education Purchasing Trends
          4.1.2 Government Purchasing Trends
          4.1.3 Health Care Purchasing Trends
    4.2 Average Monthly Long Distance Expenditure (per employee per site)
          4.2.1 Schneider International
    4.3 Total Data Lines
          4.3.1 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
          4.3.2 University of Cincinnati
          4.3.3 Texas Tech University
    4.4 Direct Dial Lines
          4.4.1 Rochester Methodist Hospital
          4.4.2 Abbott Laboratories Corp.
    4.5 Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN)
          4.5.1 GE Capital Corporation
    4.6 Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL)
          4.6.1 Northern Illinois University
    4.7 Total T-1 Lines
          4.7.1 The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
    4.8 Total T-3 Lines
          4.8.1 Tribune Company
    4.9 800 Lines
          4.9.1 Home Shopping Network Inc.
    4.10 Cell Phones
    4.11 US Secret Service

    Chapter V
    VERTICAL MARKET FORECASTS
    5.1 Overview
    5.2 Methodology
    5.3 Prognoses
          5.3.1 US Total Wireline Market
          5.3.2 US Business vs. Residential Wireline Markets
          5.3.3 US Business Expenditures in Vertical Markets
          5.3.4 US Wireline Data vs. Voice Markets
          5.3.5 US Business Wireline Data Expenditures in Vertical Markets
          5.3.6 Total US Wireless Market
          5.3.7 US Business Wireless Expenditures in Vertical Markets

    Appendix
    GLOSSARY

    Table of Figures

    Chapter I
    I-1 Drivers of Telecom Expenditures in Vertical Markets
    I-2 Total US Telecom Wireline Market
    I-3 Top-Tier Expenditures for Telecom Wireline Services
    I-4 Total US Telecom Wireless Services
    I-5 Top-Tier Expenditures for Telecom Wireless Services

    Chapter II
    II-1 Median and Mean Age per US Census Estimates, 1995-2000
    II-2 Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) Overview
    II-3 Typical Layout for a Full Circuit
    II-4 Managed Wide Area Network Endpoints
    II-5 Internet Traffic and IT Staffing
    II-6 US Managed Services Revenues

    Chapter III
    III-1 Drivers of Telecom Expenditures in Vertical Markets
    III-2 Total US Employment, 1986-2012
    III-3 Total US Business Establishments, 1992-2005
    III-4 Average Monthly LD Expenditures per Employee by Company Size

    Chapter V
    V-1 US Business Wireline and Wireless Revenues
    V-2 US Total Wireline Revenue, 2005-2010
    V-3 US Wireline Expenditures by Business vs. Residential
    V-4 US Business Top-Tier vs. All Other Telecom Expenditures
    V-5 US Business Wireline Broadband Data Revenue
    V-6 US Business Wireline Data Market Share
    V-7 US Total Wireless Revenues
    V-8 Top-Tier Business Wireless Expenditures vs. All Others

    Table of Tables

    Chapter II
    II-1 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Divisions
    II-2 Classification System Coding
    II-3 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Divisions
    II-4 Wholesale Trade Representative Indices
    II-5 Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Services Representative Indices
    II-6 Professional Business Services Representative Indices
    II-7 Communications Representative Indices
    II-8 Durable Manufacturing Representative Indices
    II-9 Health Care Representative Indices
    II-10 Retail Trade Representative Indices
    II-11 Total Private Line Revenue
    II-12 Managed Services Segments
    II-13 Provider Strengths and Weaknesses
    II-14 Call Center Toll-free usage by Transaction Type
    II-15 Toll Free Expenditures by Vertical Industry

    Chapter III
    III-1 Employment by Major Occupational Groups, 2002 and 2012 projected
    III-2 Fastest Growing Occupations,
    III-3 Distribution of US Companies by Size, 2000
    III-4 Telecom Wireline Expenditures by Vertical Market, 2005 Forecast
    III-5 Industries in the Data Comm Lines and Corresponding Vert Markets
    III-6 Average Monthly Long Distance Expenditures per Employee by Size
    III-7 Rank of Average Monthly Long Distance Expenditures per Employee
    III-8 Average Monthly Long Distance Expenditures per Site by Size
    III-9 Rank of Average Monthly Long Distance Expenditures per Site by Size
    III-10 Average Number of Data Communications Lines per Site
    III-11 Rank of Data Communications Lines per Site by Size
    III-12 Average Number of Direct Dial Lines per Site
    III-13 Rank of Direct Dial Lines per Site by Size
    III-14 Average Number of ISDN Lines per Site
    III-15 Rank of ISDN per Site by Size
    III-16 Average Number of xDSL Lines per Site
    III-17 Rank of DSL Lines per Site by Size
    III-18 Average Number of T 1 Lines per Site
    III-19 Rank of T-1 Lines per Site by Size
    III-20 Average Number of T 3 Lines per Site
    III-21 Rank of T-3 Lines per Site by Size
    III-22 Average Number of 800 Lines per Site
    III-23 Rank of 800 Lines per Site by Size
    III-24 Rank of the number of Cell Phones per site by Size

    Chapter IV
    IV-1 University of Illinois, 2005 Fiscal Year Budget

    Chapter V
    V-1 US Total Wireline Revenue by Type of Provider
    V-2 US Business Wireline Revenue by Type of Provider
    V-3 US Business Telecom Wireline Expenditures by Vertical Market
    V-4 US Business Wireline Broadband Data Revas a % of Local and LD
    V-5 US Total Wireline Broadband Data Expenditures by Vertical Market
    V-6 US Business Wireless Revenues


    Back to Top

    Pricing Information

     

    Hard Copy Price
    $ 2996
    Electronic Copy Price
    (PDF License Descriptions)
    $ 3521 Single-User Printable PDF

    $ 5246 6-Seat Printable PDF

    $ 7500 Unlimited Corporate-Wide Distribution


    Back to Top

    telecom market analysis, industry researchHome       telecom market analysis, industry researchContact      telecom market analysis, industry research  Order      telecom market analysis, industry research  Reports       telecom market analysis, industry research Newsletter       telecom market analysis, industry research Sitemap        telecom market analysis, industry researchPress        telecom market analysis, industry researchPartners       Abouttelecom market analysis, industry research

    telecom market analysis, industry researchTelecom Market Research Reports, Industry Analysis, Custom Consultingtelecom market analysis, industry research

    telecom market analysis, industry research©  The Insight Research Corp. and/or its Affiliates. All Rights Reserved. See our Privacy Policy.PROPERTY OF THE INSIGHT RESEARCH CORPORATION, Telecom Industry Research Reports, Market Analysis, and Custom Consulting