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This Report – Global CSP Billing 2015 Edition Part 3: Rating & Charging and Other Core Billing Market Forecast and Market Share Analysis. Global CSP Billing Part 3 assesses the rating & charging sector and the other core billing sector, both individually and in combination.
The report delivers a five-year market forecast for these two key markets, and a market share analysis of the identified suppliers that operate within them. Key insights include:
- Market Share of Top 11 Suppliers – The top rating & charging and other core billing solution suppliers, by revenue, account for approximately % of the combined market. Amdocs continues to lead this market; and the same suppliers topped the leaderboard, as in our last examination of the market, though with some positional change.
- Market Share of the Next Tier of Suppliers – The next tier of rating & charging and other core billing suppliers includes an additional five suppliers, which comprise approximately % of the combined rating & charging and other core billing market by revenue. The remaining group, with less than % of the rating & charging and other core billing market by revenue, involves more than global suppliers.
- Combined Rating & Charging and Other Core Billing Market CAGR – The combined rating & charging and other core billing market five-year Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) is %. This CAGR is lower than the growth rate for overall billing, and each segment individually trails the growth rate for overall billing as well. However, it is important to note that while the growth rates seem on the low side, the sheer size of the combined rating & charging and other core billing market means that the forecast gain in revenue from 2015 through 2019 is larger than the total revenue in several other segments.
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