International software and consulting company Implico once again is the leading provider of terminal automation systems in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). This has been shown by the latest analysis of the ARC Advisory Group published in October 2018. According to the regularly published study, Implico has been number one in the terminal automation systems business in the EMEA region since 2010.
The current study breaks down market shares according to various factors such as region and type of service. In EMEA, Implico is the clear market leader among software providers. In the ‘Services’ category, which includes consulting and operations services, Implico even is the number one provider worldwide.
"Our focus is on the ongoing digital transformation of the oil and gas downstream industry," says Stephan Buhre, Co-Managing Director of Implico. “We are proud that so many companies put their trust in us when it comes to automating their supply chains."
Implico’s OpenTAS terminal management system is a complete package of solutions for automating processes in the oil and gas downstream industry. The iGOS solution supports companies in transferring all of their business processes to the cloud where they can be used efficiently based on a software-as-a-service model.
The ARC Advisory Group has been monitoring the global market for terminal automation systems for years, analysing leading providers and current developments. As part of its survey, the ARC Advisory Group also examines technology and business trends from which it derives market forecasts.
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