The TOP 100 SECURITY INTEGRATORS IN LATIN AMERICAN report brings with it a deeper analysis of the current situation and future prospects of a key industry for the region. Additionally, for 2022, the report addresses new chapters: "Rise in prices of freight and cargo what is the reason?", "Sectors and companies facing COVID-19: impact on the Electronic Security industry", "Cybersecurity in Latin America: growth and main threats”, “Forecasts for the industry until 2025 of economic entities”, “Panorama of the corporates and residential markets in relation to the integration of security systems”.
In addition, for the first time, the document develops other key aspects of the industry raised from the growth of the market during the last year, caused by cybersecurity and teleworking. In addition, the volatility in the financial markets, the external shocks and the new growth challenges for the region, the expectations about 2021 inflation, among other data that are delved into in greater depth in order to facilitate decision-making.
It should be noted that for this year the macroeconomic analysis is maintained taking into account the economic outlook for the region in which a 7.7% drop in Latin American GDP was proposed in 2020, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. The scenario that improves for 2021 is where a growth rate of 5.2% of the world economy is expected.
For this reason, it became important to analyze the state of electronic security technologies in Latin America in 2021, the main segments of electronic security projects in 2021, the evolution of the electronic security market, imports by region and company, the top electronic security brands most used in Latin America and imports by country of origin.
The special report also includes a market study, by sales figure, of the most used brands and also annexes information that shows the growth of the last 2 years per quarter in terms of imports in the regions by expenditure components (GDP, personal consumption expenditures, private investment, government spending on consumption and investment).
On the other hand, the experts' forecasts focused not only on the technological issue but also on the growth of the industry in three scenarios: international trade, reduction of income due to the pandemic, and in a third scenario: capital flows in relation to to the risk that the financial markets have within the industry. Academics stand out as they respond to queries on regional trends in cybersecurity preparedness and market opportunities for cybersecurity in the digital economy.
Additionally, the level of investment and costs are analyzed. How is the market for this industry in relation to GDP? How are the fiscal fronts? How can deficits or deflations impact investment? Also, data on capital flows and the risk that financial markets may present within the industry are shown.
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