The situation of the Romanian ERP market was discussed in ERP Market in Romania Still in Crisis blog post, now you can get a quick overview of the actors on the ERP market. There are players who knew better than others to take advantage of the few opportunities offered by the Romanian market, but the heterogeneity of demand and approach [...]
When more mature markets like the one in Romania (Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, or even Germany and Austria) show clear signs of a sustained demand for complex business solutions such as ERP, the local market remains around the same values and doesn’t seem to really “take off” before 2014.
In the context of a negative trend of the Romanian ERP market since 2008, yesterday’s announcement of Sage’s ERP X3 official launch on the local market could be seen as surprising, or even shocking. PAC has been asked by Deveho – Sage’s partner in Romania – to support it in sending the message to the Romanian mid-market emphasizing the key role ERP [...]
Severely influenced by the global economic and financial crisis, the interest for acquisitive growth on the Eastern European IT markets has passed from an extreme to another. Until 2007-2008, local system integrators, software vendors or even distributors have been aggressively targeted by financial and strategic investors, and the valuations for the acquired IT players exceeded the average prices for similar [...]
Diana joined PAC Romania in mid 2010 and she is mainly responsible with the research for the Romanian and Turkey markets.
Eugen Schwab-Chesaru joined the Bucharest team in February 1999 to help set up PAC’s subsidiary in Romania and he also led the launch of PAC’s SITSI® program of off-the-shelf reports in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). His main responsibilities include heading PAC’s operations in Bucharest and the greater CEE area, as well as delivering strategic consulting to clients and partners.
Shaky Recovery Ahead. With a total market volume of €16.21bn last year, the SITS market in Eastern Europe is still way below the historical high of 2008, but PAC expects the market to exceed that record high at the end of 2011.