Digital Assets on the Web

As large enterprises seek to implement companywide, integrated information infrastructures, and as bandwidth restrictions continue to ease, the Web will emerge as the delivery mechanism for these companies' digital assets. As a result, Web-content management services and digital-asset management services will converge, according to analysts at Frost & Sullivan. The graph shows analysts' predictions that total market revenues for Web-content management services will rise from $833.5 million in 2000 to $3.27 billion by 2008, and revenues for digital-asset management services will surge from $210 million in 2000 to $5.2 billion by 2007. Analysts theorize that integrating Web-content management tools and digital-asset managers will help companies reduce costs and better serve their users.

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