LONDON, April 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The growth of the market is attributed to the increasing geriatric population alongwith expected increase in oral healthcare expenditure.
For a thorough understanding of the report, visit: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/4523072/Demand for practice management services is anticipated to grow continuously due to rise
Furthermore, technological advancements in the field and growing investments by companies in emerging geographical areas are expected to propel the industry. Integrated software with the features of appointment scheduling, reminder service, period charting, tooth charting, payment, electronic health records, and more increases the demand of these products as they helps streamline dental practice.Further Key Findings from the Study Suggest:
· Cloud-based dental practice management software segment is projected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period.
· Web-based segment dominated in 2015 as it provided some of the same features as the cloud-based software segment, that to at lower costs as compared to other software. In addition, it takes the first-mover advantage in the market. However, over a period cloud-based segment may surpass the web-based and on-premises segments due to its additional advantages.
· In 2015, regionally North America dominated the market due to government initiatives, presence of key players, growing geriatric population, and high oral healthcare expenditure are the major factors that contributed toward its dominance.
· Asia Pacific is the fastest growing region owing to increasing investment of industry players and rising awareness about oral healthcare among the people.
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