Security Cameras: Market Intelligence, Pricing Strategies, Supply Chain Management, Sourcing and Procurement, Category Management Insights Now Available from SpendEdge

SpendEdge, a global procurement market intelligence firm, has announced
the release of their Global
Security Cameras Category – Procurement Market Intelligence Report.

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Global Security Cameras Category – Procurement Market Intelligence Report. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Strict mandates issued on the installation of surveillance systems is
compelling leading end-user sectors such as the hotel industry and
airports to invest in security cameras. In terms of category spend, the
commercial and industrial end-user segments together are expected to
invest over USD 13,100 million on security cameras market by the end of
2025. However, the increasing costs of input materials such as PCB,
marketing expenses, and labor and energy costs will create hurdles for
buyers to devise stable pricing strategies for this market. Download
the Free Sample of this security cameras market intelligence
report to get expert’s recommendations on designing sustainable and
cost-effective pricing strategies for this market.

The security cameras market in the US registered a spend of USD 8.84bn
in 2017 which is expected to increase in the coming years. This category
spend growth rate is credited to the innovations done in the security
equipment industry such as digital video, audio surveillance, IP-based
surveillance systems, and related analytics. High demand for security
cameras systems with embedded video analytics, intelligent video
processing, and automatic detection of threat signatures is driving the
category adoption in Europe.

This security cameras sourcing and procurement report highlights the
best category pricing strategies to facilitate a cost-effective
procurement. A holistic category overview offered in this report also
includes information on the pricing models, supply chain management,
supplier cost structure, and category management insights. Not what you
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“One of the critical supply chain management objectives in the
security cameras market is to select suppliers based on their promptness
in installing and configuring the cameras’ IDs with the existing
monitoring systems,” says SpendEdge procurement expert Tridib

This security cameras market intelligence report has estimated that the
following cost drivers will influence the category growth in the
following years:

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