Worldwide Unified Communications & Collaboration Market Maintains Positive Growth in Q2 2022, According to IDC Tracker
The worldwide Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) market grew 11.4% year over year and 2.9% compared to the previous quarter to $14.8 billion in the second quarter of 2022 (2Q22), according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Unified Communications and Collaboration Tracker. It's expected that worldwide UC&C growth will continue to be driven by customers across all business size segments (small, midsize, and large) with interest especially in videoconferencing, collaboration, and UCaaS (UC as a Service) technologies. UC&C solutions underpin many of today's hybrid/flexible work scenarios and digital transformation initiatives.
Some UC&C market specifics include the following:
"We're seeing more strategic buying decisions by organizations versus fewer short-term reactive decisions in the recent past," said Rich Costello, senior research analyst, Unified Communications and Collaboration at IDC. "While the overall market remains a growth story, providers are starting to see some sales cycles return tothe pre-covid pace."
The UC&C market saw the following overall positive results in 2Q22 from a regional perspective:
UC&C Vendor Highlights
The IDC Worldwide Quarterly Unified Communications and Collaboration Tracker provides total market size and vendor market share data in an easy-to-use Excel Pivot Table format that includes IP Telephony/UC Systems (IP Phones, IP PBX/UC Systems), Enterprise Videoconferencing Systems (Videoconferencing Room Endpoints, Huddle Room Endpoints, Videoconferencing Infrastructure), UC Collaboration, and Managed/Hosted Voice/UCaas (Hosted Voice/Public Cloud UCaaS, Managed Voice/Private Cloud UCaaS). Measurement for the WW UC&C Tracker is provided in vendor revenue and unit/line/license/seat shipments.
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