September 9, 2016
Cloud-Based Content Management on the Rise for Higher Education

Global cloud-based content management market for higher education is expected to see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30% by 2020, said Technavio, a market research company based out of the UK.

Ingeniux is listed as a leading provider of Higher Education cloud-based solutions, alongside several other vendors. The report takes a close look at the leading vendors in the market, and the opportunities and challenges they face.

In its report, Global Cloud-Based Content Management Services Market for the Higher Education Sector 2016-2020, Technavio noted a reduction in ownership costs from using a cloud-based solution. Content management vendors who offer a cloud-based solution take on the costs associated with maintenance and operations, infrastructure costs, and the risks associated with hosting the solution.

But that's not the only benefit to a cloud-based CMS for higher education:

"Cloud-based content management services gather, handle, and publish digital assets for educational institutions. The constant movement of digital content throughout the enterprise, with modifications across all workflows, has made it complicated. The content has to be analyzed, labelled, organized, integrated, and then fed to downstream systems.  The implementation of cloud computing technologies in the education sector has generated massive benefits with enhanced collaboration between students and tutors and a better learning experience to the overall establishment."

The report also states that North America dominates the Higher Education sector taking 56% of the market share. This is partly due to the integration of the cloud-based CMS with other education technology.

Other information discussed in the report includes market size and growth rate, key market trends and challenges, as well as a review of the key outcomes of the five forces analysis that Technavio analysts complete for each market. You can purchase a copy of the report or request to speak to an analyst.

Ingeniux's position as a leader in this report demonstrates the work we do to ensure our solution supports the ongoing needs of the higher education market. Ingeniux is currently used by over 140 colleges and universities for public websites, course catalogs, event calendars, intranets, newsletters, and more. Learn more about our solutions and check out our reviews on the popular crowd-sourced review site, G2Crowd.

Posted by Barb Mosher Zinck
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