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Skillsoft, Antoree, Coursepad, Epiphany lead the Market Share in Singapore E-Learning Content Market on the Basis of Revenue : ken Research

Posted on 28 September 2016 by KenResearch Education and Recruitment ,

Singapore e-learning companies serve the purpose of providing technology and content to various sectors such as corporate, educational institutes, government agencies and privately owned enterprises. In recent years there has been substantial development in Infrastructure, ICT sectors, demographic profile and an increased demand for skilled workers.

Greater focus on skill development and demand for literate workforce has led to an increase in the consumer spending on education in the country. The rising spending trends would encourage schools and universities to spend more on unique learning technologies and course digitization to higher extent.

Entrepreneurial environment in Singapore has provided enormous business opportunities to the e learning sector in Singapore. The rising demand for LMS systems has given an upward thrust to a number of companies which have set up business in the organized and unorganized segment of the e-learning market in the country.

The rising number of companies providing e-learning has made the competition severe and only a few companies would be able to survive the stringent competition prevailing in the market. Wizlearn Technologies has developed vast Learning Management system which has over 100 e-learning and administrative tools that allow for customization according to the user needs. The content market not only covers the content selling companies but also covers the private institutions and universities that provide Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC’s)

The corporate training and K-12 segment give higher weightage to the symmetry of content provided to the trainees, hence act a as a major demand source for these products. The penetration of digital education in Singapore has increased at a rapid pace in government and private schools, pre-nursery schools, school labs, colleges and universities, in the last few years as the ICT master plans in education have progressed.

Gamification in e-learning enables learners to rehearse real-life scenarios and challenges in a safe environment. In the field of online education, Gamification is used to promote the commitment of employees and students to the learning process

Corporate eLearning is growing on not only because the devices are everywhere, but because companies struggle with their Learning and Development budgets. Companies understand that continuous learning is a must for enhancing workforce productivity. But bringing in live trainers is expensive and similarly sending people out to be trained is expensive too.

For more information on the market research report please refer to the below link:

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Rising Household Expenditure on Education and Demand for Innovative Learning Technologies from Corporate Sector will Propel E-Learning Demand in Singapore

Posted on 28 September 2016 by KenResearch

Ken Research announced its latest publication on Singapore E-learning Market Forecast to 2020- Increasing Learning Technologies in Corporate Sector to Drive Future Growth” which provides a comprehensive analysis of the E-learning companies in Singapore. The report covers aspects such as overall E-learning market, segmentation of overall market by Content/Technology sector, by end users, and by type of technology services. The publication extensively details about competitive landscape of key players operating in the market with their detailed company profile. Business model followed by leading manufacturers is also explained in detail. Leading content and technology companies are also covered in the report with their company profiles including information about USP, business model, number of employees, and course pricing. The future analysis of overall e-learning market in Singapore has been discussed along with recommendations from analyst view.

The lower cost of LMS per pupil to around USD 5-15 per pupil per month would prove to be vital for the content industry as a cheaper platform would raise demand for the content. Due to lack of renowned universities in home countries, students are engaging in self- paced digital education courses from reputed universities in Singapore, which in turn is likely to fuel demand for content services from various companies.

Mobile learning, or M-Learning for short, will be the dominant mode of eLearning content consumption. This trend will only accelerate as smart phones get more powerful, 4G (and 5G) connections get more accessible and widespread, and tablets turn into a hybrid tablet/PC fusion that’s good enough for people to use as their main computer.

The household expenditure on education tends to have a positive impact on the E-learning market in Singapore. As the household expenditure on education rises, the schools and universities get more money to use digital practices. Thus there is a positive correlation between the two parameters. The household expenditure on education has increased considerably in these years. The expenditure on education in the future is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4%.

“In order to penetrate into the Singapore E-learning market, the E-learning companies need to focus on effective marketing strategies. The companies could provide free mock exams, option to renew existing packages at discounted prices and also complimentary discounts on related courses. Additionally, the infomercials in trade journals and webinars could also help the companies in generating brand awareness among the people. Quality certifications will also prove beneficial for attracting more number of clients, according to the Research Analyst, Ken Research.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

·         The market size of Singapore E-learning market size

o   By Revenues

·         Market segmentation of Singapore E-learning market on the basis of revenue

o   By Content and Technology

o   By Education level

·         The market size of E-learning Content/Technology Market

o   By Revenues

·         SWOT Analysis of Singapore E-learning Market

·         Trends and Developments Singapore E-learning Market

·         Competitive landscape and detailed company profiles of the major market players

·         Future outlook and projections of Singapore E-learning Market

·         Analyst Recommendations

·         Macro-economic Factors Impacting Singapore E-learning Market

Key Products Mentioned in the Report

·         Open Courseware

·         Multimedia

·         Online Tests

·         MOOC’s

·         E-Books

·         M-learning

·         Gamification

·         LMS

·         Smart Classes

Content Companies Covered in the Report

·         Skillsoft

·         Gnowbe

·         Epiphany

·         Antoree

·         Coursepad

·         Skillslagoon

·         Inchone

·         Edugrate

·         Kydon Learning

·         Three Learning

·         Teamie

 

To know more on coverage, click on the link below:

https://www.kenresearch.com/education-and-recruitment/education/singapore-elearning-market-statistics/43946-99.html

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Number of Government ICT Tenders and Increasing Internet Users in Singapore to Foster Future Growth: Ken Research

Posted on 09 August 2016 by KenResearch Education and Recruitment ,

Increasing number of ICT tenders and increasing number of internet users in Singapore is expected to increase demand for e-Learning courses.

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Singapore e-Learning market has grown at a CAGR of around 13% during the period 2010-2015. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% during the period 2016-2020. The market is estimated to grow to USD 1.5 billion by 2020. The market has been growing at a healthy pace and it is expected to continue at the same growth rate. As the number of internet users and the Smartphone users has increased, the momentum is likely to shift towards e-learning in the education market in the coming future.

One of the biggest challenges for education institutions is the difficulty in adopting a secure IT infrastructure for digitizing the whole education ecosystem. Moreover, lack of awareness among institutions about the latest technological trends and developments has also become a major challenge for e-learning market in the country. However, with rising awareness, the demand for digital content and services will continue to upscale the growth of digital education content services in the market in the coming years as well. With rising demand, more content in the form of video, audio and text format, is expected to be uploaded on LMS, MOOCs available, which in turn will further drive the market

The number of internet users in Singapore has been increasing at a phenomenal pace. The increasing number of internet users tends to have a positive impact on the e-Learning market in Singapore. The majority of the share of the revenues in the e-Learning market comes from the content market which would be further enhanced as the number of internet users rises. As the number of internet users would rise, it would lead to an increase in the number of e-enrollments. The number of internet users has grown at a CAGR of 2% in the period FY’2010-FY’2015. The number of internet users is expected to enhance from 4.1 million in FY’2015 to 4.94 million in FY’2020.

The e-Learning content companies would be able to serve a wider user base in the coming years. This is likely to raise the number of enrollments in the online test preparation market and higher applicants for online learning thus ensuring better revenues for the E-learning companies market as a whole. The surge in the number of internet users and also the rise in the tenders given out by the government of Singapore are expected to increase the revenues generated by the E-learning companies. The rise in the number of schools which fall under the ICT plans out by the Ministry of education, Singapore has led to higher sales of the hardware by the E-learning companies.

The report titled “Singapore E-learning Market Forecast to 2020- Increasing Learning Technologies in Corporate Sector to Drive Future Growth” provides detailed overview on the e-learning in Singapore, with focus on the content and technology market and its segments. This report helps readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in coming years. The report is useful for E-learning companies, companies dealing with delivery of content for E-learning companies, new entrants planning to enter Singapore E-learning market and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.

Key Products Mentioned in the Report

  • Open Courseware
  • Multimedia
  • Online Tests
  • MOOC’s
  • E-Books
  • M-learning
  • Gamification
  • LMS
  • Smart Classes

Companies Covered in the Report

Skillsoft, Gnowbe, Epiphany, Antoree, Coursepad, Skillslagoon, Inchone, Edugrate, Kydon Learning, Three Learning, Teamie, Wizlearn Technologies, Marshall Cavendish, Knowledge Platform, Playware Studios, GEM Learning, eUniversity Pte Ltd, GenuisU, Phoenix OneSoft Singapore, KooBits Pte Ltd, Octavesim, LIME Learning

To know more on coverage, click on the link below:

https://www.kenresearch.com/education-and-recruitment/education/singapore-elearning-market-statistics/43946-99.html

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Singapore E-Learning Market Forecast To 2020: Ken Research

Posted on 09 August 2016 by KenResearch Education and Recruitment ,

How Singapore E-learning Market Is Positioned?

In Singapore, the e-learning companies serve the purpose of providing technology and content services to various sectors such as corporate, educational institutes, government agencies and privately owned enterprises. In recent years there has been substantial development in Infrastructure, ICT sectors, demographic profile and an increased demand for skilled workers. Owing to this, Singapore has experienced a robust growth in e-learning sector. The government of Singapore has initiated many IT related policies starting in 1970 to aid the growth in the sector and promote Singapore as an e-learning hub. The e-learning market includes electronic media as a part of its delivery system and covers diverse learning strategies like computer based learning, web based learning, virtual classrooms and digital collaborations. The Singapore e-learning market was estimated at USD ~ million in 2015 which rose from USD ~ million during 2010.

Additionally, the respective market grew at an astonishing CAGR of ~% during the period 2010-2015. The Singapore E-learning market is estimated to grow to USD 1500 million in 2020. Singapore e-learning market grew at an annual growth rate of ~% and ~% in 2014 and 2015 respectively.

The e-learning companies are innovating at a rapid pace and there is provision of tailor-cut solutions for all the different end users. The market is further sub-divided into technology and content market. The content market comprises of the major share in the overall market. The share of technology market is expected to shrink in the coming years. The largest share of the market comes from the corporate sector, both in terms of content and technology.

The e-Learning companies can launch initiatives for e-Learning in collaboration with the government to maintain its business line.

Major Segments of Singapore E-learning Market 

The content services market has dominated the overall E-learning market in Singapore. The content includes course structure, multi-media, testing, assesments and others. The growing need of technology oriented training which includes aircraft maintenence lessons, car driving lessons, pshychomotor tests and others have created a demand for simulation training content as well, which is also a part of digital content. The share of content services market in 2010 was recorded at ~% of the total market. The share has been increasing and is expected to rise in the future.

The introduction of digital education methods and tools has improvised the educational system in Singapore. Leading educational institutions and corporate training centers are now focusing on improving the quality instructional content and effective assessment and monitoring tools. This has led to a rise in the share of content services in the overall market which increased at a CAGR of ~% during the period 2010-2015. The market share in 2015 was estimated at ~% of the total market share. The revenue generated by the content segment in 2015 was recorded at USD ~ million.

Technological service is another category of the digital education market in the country. It encompasses the software platforms, online tests software’s, smart classes, authoring tools and others. The share of technology market has slowly shrunk in the period spanning 2010-2015. The technology market had a ~% share in 2010. The share in 2015 was estimated at ~%. The demand for these technological tools has been increasing and with technological innovation there has been a trend of falling prices of LMS and smart authoring tools. The CAGR of technology services was estimated at ~% during 2010-2015. The revenue generated by the technology segment was recorded at USD ~ million.

The government of Singapore has initiated many IT related policies starting in 1970 to aid the growth in the sector and promote Singapore as an e-learning hub. The e-learning market includes electronic media as a part of its delivery system and covers diverse learning strategies like computer based learning, web based learning, virtual classrooms and digital collaborations. Various features such as cost effectiveness, flexibility of learning and uniform content delivery amongst all users have given e-learning a competitive edge over the conventional form of learning.

How the Content Services Market has Performed in Singapore?

It has been witnessed that corporate sector has dominated the content services market with a share of ~% during 2015. In 2010 the share of corporate was recorded at ~%. Additionally the share of content market has been on a rise since the past few years.

The market share of corporates is expected to rise even further. Numerous leading enterprises in the country have incorporated and promoted the use of digital education to educate their employees regarding the rules, regulation and ethics of the firm. There has been a rising demand for customized content by the corporates to enhance the learning skills of the employees. The share of corporates was recorded at a staggering ~%. K-12 is the second largest contributor to the total content market. The schools are one of the major purchasers of the customized content. The share of K-12 segment is the second largest in the overall content market. The share was recorded at ~% in 2015. The third largest share was that of the post K-12 segment recorded at ~%. There has also been a keen interest shown by the students towards correspondence courses. This is another factor that has fueled the demand for the Post K-12 segment.

Massive Open Online Courses have been the largest contributor to the overall market share. The number of MOOC’s in the recent years has exploded. There are large number of courses from established institutes like Stanford, MIT, Yale and Harvard. These brands have attracted a large number of students to enroll themselves under these MOOC’s. Better intrinsic qualities have also been reinforced by the extrinsic quality of institutions that are offering the courses. The second largest share was countered by e-books which contributed a share of ~% in the total revenue generated by the segment. M-learning promotes usage of all the learning material on the go. The Singaporean population has stringent working hours, thus learners can gain knowledge while travelling and utilize their time. The share of M-learning in 2015 was recorded at ~% of the total market share. The share of gamification has been the lowest. The conventional ways are still preferred and hence the share was recorded at ~% in 2015.

M-learning promotes usage of all the learning material on the go. The Singaporean population has stringent working hours, thus learners can gain knowledge while travelling and utilize their time.

Competition in Singapore E-Learning Content market  

Singapore E-learning content market is estimated at USD ~ million in FY’15. The market in the segment has few major companies and there are a lot of startups dwelling in the market. Skillsoft is one of the pioneers in Singapore E Learning which was started way back in 1998. The revenue was recorded at USD ~ million in 2015. Antoree is followed by Skillsoft in terms of revenue share in the market. The company countered a share of ~% in the total market during 2015.

With a ~% share of the total market Coursepad has the major player in the industry. The bite sized learning provision makes the product one of a kind. Epiphany accounted for ~% of the total market share contributing USD ~ million to the total market. Illuminate, a tool that helps learners envisage themselves in real life situations thus promoting conceptual learning. Gnowbe has posted market share of ~% in terms of content service revenues during 2015. Gnowbe claims itself to be the “learn-by-doing” app other than being an information gathering app.

Major Projections in Singapore E-learning Content Market

There has been a shift in the industry from imparting knowledge in a traditional way to digital methods. The lower cost of LMS per pupil to around USD 5-15 per pupil per month would prove to be vital for the content industry as a cheaper platform would raise demand for the content. Due to lack of renowned universities in home countries, students are engaging in self- paced digital education courses from reputed universities in Singapore, which in turn is likely to fuel demand for content services from various companies. The market is expected to grow to USD ~ million in 2020 from USD ~ million in 2018.

The demand for the content is expected to grow continuously. Singapore has many startups coming up in this sphere which would lead to better revenues for the industry. There are many courses which are not yet available online and thus in the long run these courses are expected to be ~% online. The population in Singapore is expected to grow to ~ million by FY’20 and majority of Singapore’s population lies in the age group25-40, which is a major target base for e-learning content companies.

What have been the Growth Drivers for Singapore Tech Services Market?

The technology market includes the sales of all the software and hardware that is involved in transmission of digital learning practices, either directly or indirectly. A LMS can be broadly defined as a software application which is used in management, delivery and tracking of online learning courses. The smart classrooms are also included in the Singapore technology market. The technology services market gauged revenues worth USD ~ million in 2015. The market share has nearly been ~% in 2010.

The technology services market gauged revenues worth USD ~ million in revenues in 2010; the market share in this segment has been nearly ~% of the total market size and has been declining.

The revenue generated in the market has been growing but the share of content market has been growing at a rapid pace. The revenue has gradually increased over the years to clock at USD ~ million in 2015. The technology market in 2015 accounted for a total market share of ~%. The growth in the market can also be attributed to the cheaper availability of LMS’s which are used widely in all the sectors now.The share of corporate was recorded at ~% in the overall market share. The corporate are the largest buyers of the technology in Singapore. The companies convert the content into various forms that aids the understanding process of the employees of the company. of the schools invest in LMS’s and that is the only major expense of the schools.

The largest share was clocked by the sales of LMS in the Singapore E-learning technology market. The share was recorded at ~%.  The authoring tools, another segment of the market, are the plug-ins available on the digital education learning platforms, which accounted for a share of ~% in the overall technology service segment during 2015. Smart Classrooms in Singapore had a total market share of ~% in 2015. The share of gamification was recorded at ~% in 2015.

How THE COMPETITION IS Structured in Singapore E-learning Technology Market?

Intuitive, Innovative and Intelligence” - these are the three principles that have taken the company to its current heights. The company won the Microsoft ISV award in the year 2007 and it is a gold certified partner. It was further chosen as a key partner to Hewlett Packard Singapore Consortium for the government funded future schools project.

 Inchone Pte. Ltd has the majority of the chunk of the market in the technology services market gauged at ~% in 2015The company was estimated to have ~% market share in 2015.Edugrate posted revenue of USD ~million in FY’15 grabbing a market share of ~%. Three learning is growing in terms of market share with revenue been placed at USD ~ million with a market share of ~%

The company provides services ranging from content development to learning management systems. Teamie operates on a platform that supports collaborative learning. The company bagged a market share of ~% in FY’15 and is expecting higher revenues by expanding the presence beyond Asia-Pacific

What are the Future Prospects of E-Learning Technology Market?

The services rendering companies are expected to generate revenues worth USD ~ million by 2018. There has been a rise in demand for the technology services by corporate as the pedagogy of e-learning supports collaborative learning. The service providing companies are going to be the gainers in the near future because of the government initiatives like Sixth National IT plan in place. The market is expected to grow to USD ~ million in FY’20 from USD ~ million in FY’2018.

The demand for the services is expected to enhance as the cost of LMS has considerably reduced (LMS costs vary around USD 0.5 - USD 10 per course, pay per user plan costs around USD 5 per user) and flurry of features like smart authoring tools have flooded the services market.  The ICT tenders provided by the government of Singapore are expected to grow at a CAGR of ~% during the period 2016-2020; this shall improve the ICT infrastructural base of the country and hence would scale up the business of the e-Learning Services companies.

In the upcoming years, it is expected that the number of small and medium scale software vendors in the country will increase, due to the rising demand of digital education services

Key Factors Considered in the Report

 

  • Comprehensive analysis of Singapore E-learning market and its segments.
  • Snapshots on Singapore E-learning market and their segmentations.
  • Listed major players and their positioning in the market.
  • Identified major industry developments in last few years and assess the future growth of the industry.

To know more on coverage, click on the link below:

https://www.kenresearch.com/education-and-recruitment/education/singapore-elearning-market-statistics/43946-99.html

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Singapore E-Learning Market Forecast to 2020 - Increasing Learning Technologies in Corporate Sector to Drive Future Growth: Ken Research

Posted on 09 August 2016 by KenResearch Education and Recruitment ,

The report titled “Singapore E-Learning Market Forecast to 2020 - Increasing Learning Technologies in Corporate Sector to Drive Future Growth” provides a comprehensive analysis of the market size of the Singapore e-learning, technology and content market along with several product categories such as K-12, post K-12, corporate training, Pre K-12, vocational training, open courseware (massive open online courses), multimedia content, online test, video books, online text and audios, LMS, content authoring tools, smart classes and others. The report also covers the market shares and competitive positioning of major players in Singapore e-learning market along with the latest trends and developments and future potential in the industry. The report is useful for e-learning content and technology provider companies, schools, universities, corporate sector and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.

Singapore e-Learning Market: An Overview

In Singapore, the e-learning companies serve the purpose of providing services and content to various sectors such as corporates, educational institutes, government agencies and privately owned enterprises. In recent years, there has been development in Infrastructure, ICT sectors, demographic profile and an increased demand for skilled workers. Owing to this, Singapore is experiencing a rapid growth in e-learning sector. Singapore e-learning market was estimated at USD ~ million in 2015 which rose from USD ~ million during 2010. Additionally, the respective market grew at an astonishing CAGR of ~% during the period 2010-2015.

Singapore e-Learning Content Services Market

The e-learning market is majorly driven by the content providing companies. The e-learning market generated USD ~ million in 2015. The content market contributed a massive share of ~% to the total market recording revenues worth USD ~ million. Singapore corporates and other schools and universities are heavily reliant on customized content, thus with increasing population in working age group and also with the rising number of schools and universities, the demand is expected to rise in the future. Singapore e-learning content market grew at an astounding CAGR of ~% during the period 2010-2015. The content market gauged revenue of USD ~ million in 2010. In addition, the content market comprised of ~% of the total market share in the respective year. The market has continuously enhanced since then to ~% of the total market size in CY’2015. The market is expected to grow in the future as well with the content market estimated at ~ million in 2020.

The largest contributor by product category was multimedia. Multimedia accounted for ~% of the total revenues generated in CY’2015 which clocked at USD ~ million. On the other hand, the share of open courseware was recorded at ~ % of the total revenues. The revenues this year were recorded at USD ~ million. The share of online tests was least amongst the three because the users generally do not pay for the tests and also there is easy availability of a part of the test series which are not chargeable.

The share of K-12 sector in content segment was recorded at ~% in CY’2015. In addition to this the post K-12 segment garnered revenue worth USD ~ million accounting for ~% of the total market share. The share of corporate had been recorded at ~% in CY’15 with revenue generated amounting to USD ~ million. The share of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC’s) was the highest earning segment in CY’2015. MOOCs contributed a share of ~% in the total content market. The share was recorded at USD ~million. The second largest share was for e-books which contributed a share of ~% in the total revenue generated by the segment. The increased use of laptops and tablets has encouraged the use of e-books in the recent past.

Singapore e-Learning Technology Services Market

The e-learning technology market has registered revenues of USD ~ million in CY’2010. The market share in this segment has been nearly ~% of the total market size and has been declining. The revenue has gradually increased to clock at USD ~ million in CY’2015. The CAGR of the technology market during the period CY’10-CY’2015 was ~%. The technology market in CY’15 accounted for a ~% of the total market share.

The share of LMS in the total market was recorded at ~% of the total revenues amounting to USD ~ million. The share of Smart Authoring Tools (SAT’s) was recorded at ~% of the total revenues gauging revenues worth ~ million in CY’2015. The share of SAT’s has been declining since past few years as features such as object library, templates and flowcharts are already included by LMS. The share of smart classrooms in CY’15 was recorded at ~% amounting to USD ~ billion.

The share of corporate was recorded at ~% clocking USD ~ million. The share of universities was recorded at ~% of the total market share. The demand from universities comes majorly to support the online programs available. The revenue generated from sales of technology to universities was gauged at USD ~ million. The share of schools on the other hand has moreover been constant and is shrinking because of the certain undisclosed tenders provided by the Ministry of Education, Singapore. The share of the sector was recorded at USD ~ million.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

  • The market size of the Singapore e-Learning market.
  • Genesis of Singapore e-Learning market
  • Market size of Singapore e- Learning content market
  • Market size of Singapore e-Learning technology market
  • Competitive landscape of Singapore e-Learning technology and content market
  • Market share of major players in the technology and content market
  • Key facts about Singapore e-Learning market
  • Issues and challenges in Singapore e-Learning market
  • Decision making process in Singapore e-Learning services market
  • SWOT analysis for Singapore e-Learning market
  • Singapore e-Learning market future projections
  • Analyst Recommendations
  • Macroeconomic factors affecting Singapore e-Learning market

To know more on coverage, click on the link below:

https://www.kenresearch.com/education-and-recruitment/education/singapore-elearning-market-statistics/43946-99.html

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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications
Ankur@kenresearch.com
+91-9015378249

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