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Malaysia E-Learning Market Outlook 2023 – By Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes) and Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), By End Users (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users)

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The report titled "Malaysia E-Learning Market Outlook 2023 - By Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes) and Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), By End Users (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users)" provides E-learning market overview covering ecosystem, market overview and genesis, value chain, market size, market segmentations, trends and developments, issues and challenges, regulatory framework, decision making process, SWOT analysis, competitive scenario, service matrix, company profiles of major players such as Appstronic, Deskera and others. The report concludes by cover the future industry revenue and segmentation and giving recommendations regarding the Market.
Market Overview and Genesis
Malaysia E-Learning Market is in its nascent stage, growing at a CAGR of 16.4%. Malaysia is rich in terms of resources to develop E-Learning content, but outsource the requirements to develop E-Learning technology overseas. The end users are price sensitive and prefer to choose custom features within the LMS and develop custom content that it delivers more value over time. Malaysia is gradually accepting global E-Learning trends such as Gamification, AR, VR and MOOC’s. Malaysia MOOC’s was established to provide MOOC’s compliant with the Malaysian Education Standard and to help higher education students in specific subjects. It currently offers 92 courses, and has 391,845 students. The political scenario in Malaysia witnessed a major change when the ruling Party in Malaysia changed in 2018, after 61 years, to Pakapan Harapan, which promises to take efforts into improving the Quality of MOOC’s in Malaysia, in the coming years
Market Segmentation
Content and Technology- The E-Learning market in Malaysia was dominated by the technology providers owing to the large number of schools and universities that have taken up LMS softwares.
By type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring tools and Smart Classes): LMS dominated the market followed by Smart Authoring tools and subsequently Smart Classes. LMS dominated the market due to its feature rich offering like giving the ability to host, author and test the progress of E-Learning courses and others.
By Cloud and Self Hosted LMS- Firm Hosted LMS dominated the market as home users rarely have enough infrastructures to sustain a smooth running LMS experience.
By Type of Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live Session): Online live session was preferred over online class sessions as Malaysian end users prefer the presence of a teacher over only content format.
By type of Content
By Standardized content (Open Courseware, Online Test, Standard Multimedia, Simulation Content): - Open courseware has started to see an improvement in Quality and availability in Malaysia due to the Malaysia MOOC’s initiative. Companies which provide open courseware often do it as a promotion exercise, but other companies which provide a dedicated E-Learning open course environment, generate their revenue through advertisements they show on/during session of the users. Standard multimedia includes off the shelf content of audio and visual. Standard Multimedia courses are courses created on standardized topics for government and competitive exams. These courses follow a strict syllabus and clear guidelines.
By End Users (K-12, HEI’s, Corporate, and Vocational users, Home Users): This segment was dominated by HEI’s, as both public and private universities have adopted LMS technologies, to a large extent, into their organizations. They were followed by K-12’s, representing the second largest source of demand.  The Enrollments of Private K-12’s is expected to rise from 511 Thousands in 2018 to 952 thousands in 2023; similarly, in HEI’s the number of enrollments will increase from 1.3 Million in 2018 to 1.6 million in 2023.
By Method of Access (through a Web Browser or through the E-Learning Providers Software or through Mobile): Among these segments, PC through firm’s software dominated the share of demand, as end users prefer to run E-Learning content through specialized firm software, which provides a lag free experience. This was followed by Viewing through Mobile as 93% of the internet users in Malaysia use the internet through mobile, and Mobile users find reading E-Learning content through Mobiles phones to be more convenient.
Competitive Analysis:
E-Learning industry in Malaysia is highly fragmented, mostly dominated by domestic players with very low presence from global players. The E-Learning market has no regulations provided by the government, specific to e-Learning, which leaves a large gap to be exploited by Market players to provide global standard compliant E-Learning solutions. Players in the market compete on price, customized vs. standardized content, number of user access for the LMS, annual subscription vs. pay per course and others.
The market is expected to show intense competition once global firms start entering into the market.
Future Outlook
Malaysian E-Learning market is expected to rise at a CAGR of 16.1% over the forecast period of 2019-2023. Corporate companies are expected to witness a rise in demand in over the forecast period, due the overall expected rise in the number of corporate companies, and the improvements in the quality of E-Learning technology and content. The Content segment is also expected to witness growth over this forecast period due to government’s efforts to improve the quality of the course content.
E-Learning content consumption will rise in Malaysia, specially through the medium of Mobile phones, as M-Learning will become the next major trend, in terms of method of Access for digital educational content due to continued increase in internet penetrations and increased Smartphone usage.
Key Segments Covered:
By Technology
  • LMS (Cloud and Self Hosted)
  • Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live session)
  • Smart Authoring
By Content
  • Custom courses
  • Standard Courses (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content)
By End Users
  • K12
  • Universities
  • Corporate
  • Home/Vocational Users
Key Target Audience
  • Schools (K-12)
  • Corporate Businesses
  • Universities, LMS providers
  • Vocational Users
  • Content Creators
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period: 2013-2018
  • Future Forecast: 2019-2023
Case Studies Covered:
  • Appstronic SDN. BHD
  • Deskera SDN. BHD
  • White House Business Solution
  • Elearningminds
  • LearningPort
  • FrogAsia SDN BHD
  • ITTV
  • Smartclass2u SDN BHD
  • Internexia SDN. BHD.
  • Moodle PTY LTD.
 Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Ecosystem
  • Malaysia E-Learning Market – Overview, Timeline and ICT Program
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Market Size by Revenue, 2013-2018 
  • Market Segmentation by Technology, Content, End Users, Method of Access, 2018
  • Trends and developments
  • Issues and challenges
  • Regulatory Framework
    Decision Making Process for Selecting E-learning Providers
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Industry Stage, Competitive Structure and, Major Players Service Matrix Company Wise
  • Company Profiles of Major Players
  • Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Outlook and Projections, CY’2018-CY’2023
  • Future Segmentation 2018-2023E
  • Analyst Recommendations
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Scope

1. Executive Summary

 2. Research Methodology 

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Consolidated Research Approach
2.4. Variables (Dependent and Independent)

3. Ecosystem

4. Malaysia E-Learning Market – Overview and Timeline 

4.1. Malaysia E-learning Market Overview and Genesis
4.2. Market Timeline
4.3. Malaysia ICT Program- Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020

5. Value Chain Analysis

6. Market Size by Revenue, 2013-2018

7. Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation

7.1 By Content and Technology Services, 2018
7.2 By Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes), 2018
7.2.1. By Type of LMS (Cloud Hosted, Self Hosted LMS), 2018
7.2.2. By Type of Smart Class (Online Live Session, Online Class Session), 2018
7.3. By Type of Content (Custom Courses, Standard Courses), 2018
7.3.1. By Type of Standard Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), 2018
7.7. By End User (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users), 2018
7.8. By Method of Access (PC – Firm Software, Mobile, Browser Based), 2018

8. Trends and Developments 

9. Issues and Challenges
10. Regulatory Framework in Malaysian E-Learning Market
11. Decision Making Process in Malaysia E-Learning Market
12. SWOT Analysis

13. Competitive Scenario 

13.1. Industry Stage, Competitive Structure and Major Players
13.2. Key Competition Parameters
13.3. B2B and B2C Revenue Streams

14. Service Matrix Company Wise

15. Company Profiles of Major Players (Company Overview, Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology 

Sourcing, USP)

15.1 . Company profiles of Corporate E-Learning Companies 

Appstronic SDN. BHD
Deskera SDN. BHD
White House Business Solution (Including Pricing Analysis)
Elearningminds

15.2. Company Profile of Major K12 E-Learning Companies 

LearningPort
FrogAsia SDN BHD
ITTV
Smartclass2u SDN BHD

15.3. Company Profile of Major E-Learning Companies

Internexia SDN. BHD
Moodle PTY LTD

16. Future Outlook and Projections, FY’2018-FY’2023 

17. Future Segmentation 2018-2023E
17.1. By Content and Technology Services
17.2. By Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes)
By Type of LMS (Cloud Hosted, Self Hosted LMS)
By Type of Smart Class (Online Live Session, Online Class Session)
17.3. By Content (Custom Courses, Standard Courses)
By Type of Standard Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), 2023
17.4. By End User (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users)
17.5. By Method of Access (PC – Firm Software, Mobile, Browser Based), 2018

18. Analyst Recommendations 

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Table 2-1: Correlation Matrix for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 2-2: Regression Coefficient Output for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 4-1: Summarized overview of the Action Plan as stated in the Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020 by MAMPU
Table 5-1: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, covering the Classification of the market, 2018
Table 7-1 Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Content or Technology on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-2: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Class, Smart Authoring tools) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Smart class on the basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-5: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by type of Packaged Content Class on the Basis of Revenue in USD Millions 2018
Table 7-6: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-7: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-8: Malaysia Public University Enrollments for the period, 2014-2018
Table 7-9: Malaysia Public School Enrollments State wise for the period 2014-2018
Table 7-10: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in USD Millions 2018
Table 10-1: Technical E-Learning Standards: SCORM Standards
Table 10-2: Technical E-Learning Standards: AICC Standards
Table 10-3: Technical E-Learning Standards: WCAG- Accessibility Standards
Table 10-4: Government Organizations of E-Learning and ICT in Malaysia
Table 10-5: Types of Education Certifications in Malaysia
Table 11-1: Decision Making Process before Buying E-Learning Solution Software
Table 13-1: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2B Businesses
Table 13-2: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective
Table 13-3: Revenue Stream Description for B2C Businesses
Table 14-1: Service Matrix of E-Learning Content and Technology Service Providers in Malaysia
Table 15-1: Company profile of Appstronic including Company Overview,
Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP,
Table 15-2: Company Profile of Deskera including Company Overview, Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients,
Content/Technology Sourcing, USP,
Table 15-3: Company profile of WHBS including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 15-4: Pricing Analysis of WHBS: LMS
Table 15-5: Pricing Analysis of WHBS: Content Development
Table 15-6: Company profile of E-Learning Minds including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Content Sourcing, Major clients, Content/Technology
Sourcing, USP
Table 15-7: Pricing structure of E-Learning Minds’ Offerings
Table 15-8: Pricing Analysis of E-Learning Minds.
Table 15-9: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Recent Developments, Business Model, Target Audience, Content/Technology
Sourcing, USP
Table 15-10: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Funding, Recent Developments, Business Model,
Content Sourcing, Major Clients, Major Partners, USP
Table 15-11: Cost Breakdown for a Proprietary FrogVLE Classroom
Table 15-12: Company profile of ITTV including Company Overview, Services offered,, Recent Developments, Business Model,, Content/Technology Sourcing, Major clients ,
USP
Table 15-13: Course list, Subjects and Pricing List for ITTV
Table 15-14: Company profile of SmartClass Solution including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Content Sourcing, Major
Partners, Major Partners, USP
Table 15-15: Company profile of Internexia Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 15-16: Company profile of Moodle Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 17-1: Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Segmentation by Content and Technology Services in USD Million, FY’2018-FY’2023E
Table 17-2: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2023E
Table 17-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018 and 2023E
Table 17-4: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018 and 2023


List Of Table

Figure 1-1: Flowchart for Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Figure 4-1: Business Cycle in Malaysia E-learning Market
Figure 5-1: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Figure 6-1: Malaysia E-learning Market Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-1: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Content and Technology on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-2: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Class, Smart Authoring tools) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-3: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Smart Class on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-5 Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by type of Packaged Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-6: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-7: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-8: Number of Schools operational in Malaysia for the period of 2013-2017
Figure 7-9: Total Number of Corporate Businesses registered in Malaysia during the period of 2013-2018
Figure 7-10: Total number of Active Labor Force in Millions in Malaysia during the period of 2013-2018
Figure 7-11: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-12: Number of Active Internet Users in Malaysia, 2013-2018
Figure 8-1: Number of Malaysian HEI Enrollments and Growth rate, FY’2013-FY’2017
Figure 8-2: Number of Malaysian Schools and Growth Rate, FY’2013-FY’2017
Figure 16-1: Malaysia E-learning Industry Forecasted Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 17-1: Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Segmentation by Content and Technology Services by Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-2: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Type of Technology on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the Basis of Revenue in Revenue 2023
Figure 17-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Type of Smart Class on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-5: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Packaged Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2023E
Figure 17-6: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-7: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by End User on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-8: Projected total number of schools in Malaysia, 2019E-2023E
Figure 17-9: Projected total number of Corporate Companies in Malaysia, 2019E-2023E
Figure 17-10: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E

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Products and Companies

Products

By Technology

  • LMS (Cloud and Self Hosted)
  • Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live session)
  • Smart Authoring


By Content

  • Custom courses
  • Standard Courses (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content)


By End Users

  • K12
  • Universities
  • Corporate
  • Home/Vocational Users

Key Target Audience

  • Schools (K-12)
  • Corporate Businesses
  • Universities, LMS providers
  • Vocational Users
  • Content Creators


Companies

    • Appstronic SDN. BHD
    • Deskera SDN. BHD
    • White House Business Solution
    • Elearningminds
    • LearningPort
    • FrogAsia SDN BHD
    • ITTV
    • Smartclass2u SDN BHD
    • Internexia SDN. BHD.
    • Moodle PTY LTD.

The report titled "Malaysia E-Learning Market Outlook 2023 - By Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes) and Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), By End Users (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users)" provides E-learning market overview covering ecosystem, market overview and genesis, value chain, market size, market segmentations, trends and developments, issues and challenges, regulatory framework, decision making process, SWOT analysis, competitive scenario, service matrix, company profiles of major players such as Appstronic, Deskera and others. The report concludes by cover the future industry revenue and segmentation and giving recommendations regarding the Market.
Market Overview and Genesis
Malaysia E-Learning Market is in its nascent stage, growing at a CAGR of 16.4%. Malaysia is rich in terms of resources to develop E-Learning content, but outsource the requirements to develop E-Learning technology overseas. The end users are price sensitive and prefer to choose custom features within the LMS and develop custom content that it delivers more value over time. Malaysia is gradually accepting global E-Learning trends such as Gamification, AR, VR and MOOC’s. Malaysia MOOC’s was established to provide MOOC’s compliant with the Malaysian Education Standard and to help higher education students in specific subjects. It currently offers 92 courses, and has 391,845 students. The political scenario in Malaysia witnessed a major change when the ruling Party in Malaysia changed in 2018, after 61 years, to Pakapan Harapan, which promises to take efforts into improving the Quality of MOOC’s in Malaysia, in the coming years
Market Segmentation
Content and Technology- The E-Learning market in Malaysia was dominated by the technology providers owing to the large number of schools and universities that have taken up LMS softwares.
By type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring tools and Smart Classes): LMS dominated the market followed by Smart Authoring tools and subsequently Smart Classes. LMS dominated the market due to its feature rich offering like giving the ability to host, author and test the progress of E-Learning courses and others.
By Cloud and Self Hosted LMS- Firm Hosted LMS dominated the market as home users rarely have enough infrastructures to sustain a smooth running LMS experience.
By Type of Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live Session): Online live session was preferred over online class sessions as Malaysian end users prefer the presence of a teacher over only content format.
By type of Content
By Standardized content (Open Courseware, Online Test, Standard Multimedia, Simulation Content): - Open courseware has started to see an improvement in Quality and availability in Malaysia due to the Malaysia MOOC’s initiative. Companies which provide open courseware often do it as a promotion exercise, but other companies which provide a dedicated E-Learning open course environment, generate their revenue through advertisements they show on/during session of the users. Standard multimedia includes off the shelf content of audio and visual. Standard Multimedia courses are courses created on standardized topics for government and competitive exams. These courses follow a strict syllabus and clear guidelines.
By End Users (K-12, HEI’s, Corporate, and Vocational users, Home Users): This segment was dominated by HEI’s, as both public and private universities have adopted LMS technologies, to a large extent, into their organizations. They were followed by K-12’s, representing the second largest source of demand.  The Enrollments of Private K-12’s is expected to rise from 511 Thousands in 2018 to 952 thousands in 2023; similarly, in HEI’s the number of enrollments will increase from 1.3 Million in 2018 to 1.6 million in 2023.
By Method of Access (through a Web Browser or through the E-Learning Providers Software or through Mobile): Among these segments, PC through firm’s software dominated the share of demand, as end users prefer to run E-Learning content through specialized firm software, which provides a lag free experience. This was followed by Viewing through Mobile as 93% of the internet users in Malaysia use the internet through mobile, and Mobile users find reading E-Learning content through Mobiles phones to be more convenient.
Competitive Analysis:
E-Learning industry in Malaysia is highly fragmented, mostly dominated by domestic players with very low presence from global players. The E-Learning market has no regulations provided by the government, specific to e-Learning, which leaves a large gap to be exploited by Market players to provide global standard compliant E-Learning solutions. Players in the market compete on price, customized vs. standardized content, number of user access for the LMS, annual subscription vs. pay per course and others.
The market is expected to show intense competition once global firms start entering into the market.
Future Outlook
Malaysian E-Learning market is expected to rise at a CAGR of 16.1% over the forecast period of 2019-2023. Corporate companies are expected to witness a rise in demand in over the forecast period, due the overall expected rise in the number of corporate companies, and the improvements in the quality of E-Learning technology and content. The Content segment is also expected to witness growth over this forecast period due to government’s efforts to improve the quality of the course content.
E-Learning content consumption will rise in Malaysia, specially through the medium of Mobile phones, as M-Learning will become the next major trend, in terms of method of Access for digital educational content due to continued increase in internet penetrations and increased Smartphone usage.
Key Segments Covered:
By Technology
  • LMS (Cloud and Self Hosted)
  • Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live session)
  • Smart Authoring
By Content
  • Custom courses
  • Standard Courses (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content)
By End Users
  • K12
  • Universities
  • Corporate
  • Home/Vocational Users
Key Target Audience
  • Schools (K-12)
  • Corporate Businesses
  • Universities, LMS providers
  • Vocational Users
  • Content Creators
Time Period Captured in the Report:
  • Historical Period: 2013-2018
  • Future Forecast: 2019-2023
Case Studies Covered:
  • Appstronic SDN. BHD
  • Deskera SDN. BHD
  • White House Business Solution
  • Elearningminds
  • LearningPort
  • FrogAsia SDN BHD
  • ITTV
  • Smartclass2u SDN BHD
  • Internexia SDN. BHD.
  • Moodle PTY LTD.
 Key Topics Covered in the Report
  • Ecosystem
  • Malaysia E-Learning Market – Overview, Timeline and ICT Program
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Market Size by Revenue, 2013-2018 
  • Market Segmentation by Technology, Content, End Users, Method of Access, 2018
  • Trends and developments
  • Issues and challenges
  • Regulatory Framework
    Decision Making Process for Selecting E-learning Providers
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Industry Stage, Competitive Structure and, Major Players Service Matrix Company Wise
  • Company Profiles of Major Players
  • Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Outlook and Projections, CY’2018-CY’2023
  • Future Segmentation 2018-2023E
  • Analyst Recommendations
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Scope

1. Executive Summary

 2. Research Methodology 

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Abbreviations
2.3. Consolidated Research Approach
2.4. Variables (Dependent and Independent)

3. Ecosystem

4. Malaysia E-Learning Market – Overview and Timeline 

4.1. Malaysia E-learning Market Overview and Genesis
4.2. Market Timeline
4.3. Malaysia ICT Program- Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020

5. Value Chain Analysis

6. Market Size by Revenue, 2013-2018

7. Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation

7.1 By Content and Technology Services, 2018
7.2 By Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes), 2018
7.2.1. By Type of LMS (Cloud Hosted, Self Hosted LMS), 2018
7.2.2. By Type of Smart Class (Online Live Session, Online Class Session), 2018
7.3. By Type of Content (Custom Courses, Standard Courses), 2018
7.3.1. By Type of Standard Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), 2018
7.7. By End User (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users), 2018
7.8. By Method of Access (PC – Firm Software, Mobile, Browser Based), 2018

8. Trends and Developments 

9. Issues and Challenges
10. Regulatory Framework in Malaysian E-Learning Market
11. Decision Making Process in Malaysia E-Learning Market
12. SWOT Analysis

13. Competitive Scenario 

13.1. Industry Stage, Competitive Structure and Major Players
13.2. Key Competition Parameters
13.3. B2B and B2C Revenue Streams

14. Service Matrix Company Wise

15. Company Profiles of Major Players (Company Overview, Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology 

Sourcing, USP)

15.1 . Company profiles of Corporate E-Learning Companies 

Appstronic SDN. BHD
Deskera SDN. BHD
White House Business Solution (Including Pricing Analysis)
Elearningminds

15.2. Company Profile of Major K12 E-Learning Companies 

LearningPort
FrogAsia SDN BHD
ITTV
Smartclass2u SDN BHD

15.3. Company Profile of Major E-Learning Companies

Internexia SDN. BHD
Moodle PTY LTD

16. Future Outlook and Projections, FY’2018-FY’2023 

17. Future Segmentation 2018-2023E
17.1. By Content and Technology Services
17.2. By Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Authoring Tools, Smart Classes)
By Type of LMS (Cloud Hosted, Self Hosted LMS)
By Type of Smart Class (Online Live Session, Online Class Session)
17.3. By Content (Custom Courses, Standard Courses)
By Type of Standard Content (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content), 2023
17.4. By End User (Universities/ Higher Education, K-12 Schools, Corporate, Home Users)
17.5. By Method of Access (PC – Firm Software, Mobile, Browser Based), 2018

18. Analyst Recommendations 

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List Of Figure

Table 2-1: Correlation Matrix for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 2-2: Regression Coefficient Output for Malaysia E-Learning Market
Table 4-1: Summarized overview of the Action Plan as stated in the Public Sector ICT Strategic Plan 2016-2020 by MAMPU
Table 5-1: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, covering the Classification of the market, 2018
Table 7-1 Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Content or Technology on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-2: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Class, Smart Authoring tools) on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Smart class on the basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-5: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by type of Packaged Content Class on the Basis of Revenue in USD Millions 2018
Table 7-6: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-7: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018
Table 7-8: Malaysia Public University Enrollments for the period, 2014-2018
Table 7-9: Malaysia Public School Enrollments State wise for the period 2014-2018
Table 7-10: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in USD Millions 2018
Table 10-1: Technical E-Learning Standards: SCORM Standards
Table 10-2: Technical E-Learning Standards: AICC Standards
Table 10-3: Technical E-Learning Standards: WCAG- Accessibility Standards
Table 10-4: Government Organizations of E-Learning and ICT in Malaysia
Table 10-5: Types of Education Certifications in Malaysia
Table 11-1: Decision Making Process before Buying E-Learning Solution Software
Table 13-1: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective Revenue Stream Description for B2B Businesses
Table 13-2: Key Factors of Competition and their Respective
Table 13-3: Revenue Stream Description for B2C Businesses
Table 14-1: Service Matrix of E-Learning Content and Technology Service Providers in Malaysia
Table 15-1: Company profile of Appstronic including Company Overview,
Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP,
Table 15-2: Company Profile of Deskera including Company Overview, Key Management, Target Audience, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients,
Content/Technology Sourcing, USP,
Table 15-3: Company profile of WHBS including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 15-4: Pricing Analysis of WHBS: LMS
Table 15-5: Pricing Analysis of WHBS: Content Development
Table 15-6: Company profile of E-Learning Minds including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Content Sourcing, Major clients, Content/Technology
Sourcing, USP
Table 15-7: Pricing structure of E-Learning Minds’ Offerings
Table 15-8: Pricing Analysis of E-Learning Minds.
Table 15-9: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Recent Developments, Business Model, Target Audience, Content/Technology
Sourcing, USP
Table 15-10: Company profile of Learning Port including Company Overview, Services offered, Funding, Recent Developments, Business Model,
Content Sourcing, Major Clients, Major Partners, USP
Table 15-11: Cost Breakdown for a Proprietary FrogVLE Classroom
Table 15-12: Company profile of ITTV including Company Overview, Services offered,, Recent Developments, Business Model,, Content/Technology Sourcing, Major clients ,
USP
Table 15-13: Course list, Subjects and Pricing List for ITTV
Table 15-14: Company profile of SmartClass Solution including Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Content Sourcing, Major
Partners, Major Partners, USP
Table 15-15: Company profile of Internexia Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 15-16: Company profile of Moodle Company Overview, Services offered, Business Model, Recent Developments, Major clients, Content/Technology Sourcing, USP
Table 17-1: Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Segmentation by Content and Technology Services in USD Million, FY’2018-FY’2023E
Table 17-2: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2023E
Table 17-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018 and 2023E
Table 17-4: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2018 and 2023


List Of Table

Figure 1-1: Flowchart for Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Figure 4-1: Business Cycle in Malaysia E-learning Market
Figure 5-1: Value Chain for Malaysia E-Learning Market, 2018
Figure 6-1: Malaysia E-learning Market Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2018
Figure 7-1: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Content and Technology on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-2: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Technology (LMS, Smart Class, Smart Authoring tools) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-3: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Smart Class on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-5 Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by type of Packaged Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-6: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-7: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by End User on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-8: Number of Schools operational in Malaysia for the period of 2013-2017
Figure 7-9: Total Number of Corporate Businesses registered in Malaysia during the period of 2013-2018
Figure 7-10: Total number of Active Labor Force in Millions in Malaysia during the period of 2013-2018
Figure 7-11: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 7-12: Number of Active Internet Users in Malaysia, 2013-2018
Figure 8-1: Number of Malaysian HEI Enrollments and Growth rate, FY’2013-FY’2017
Figure 8-2: Number of Malaysian Schools and Growth Rate, FY’2013-FY’2017
Figure 16-1: Malaysia E-learning Industry Forecasted Revenue in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2018-2023E
Figure 17-1: Malaysia E-Learning Market Future Segmentation by Content and Technology Services by Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-2: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Type of Technology on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-3: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of LMS on the Basis of Revenue in Revenue 2023
Figure 17-4: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Type of Smart Class on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-5: Malaysia E-Learning Market Segmentation by Type of Packaged Content on the Basis of Revenue in USD Million, 2023E
Figure 17-6: Malaysia E-learning Market Segmentation by Type of Content on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-7: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by End User on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E
Figure 17-8: Projected total number of schools in Malaysia, 2019E-2023E
Figure 17-9: Projected total number of Corporate Companies in Malaysia, 2019E-2023E
Figure 17-10: Malaysia E-learning Market Future Segmentation by Method of Access on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), 2023E

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Products

By Technology

  • LMS (Cloud and Self Hosted)
  • Smart Class (Online Class Session and Online Live session)
  • Smart Authoring


By Content

  • Custom courses
  • Standard Courses (Multimedia, Online Test, Open Courseware, Simulation Content)


By End Users

  • K12
  • Universities
  • Corporate
  • Home/Vocational Users

Key Target Audience

  • Schools (K-12)
  • Corporate Businesses
  • Universities, LMS providers
  • Vocational Users
  • Content Creators


Companies

    • Appstronic SDN. BHD
    • Deskera SDN. BHD
    • White House Business Solution
    • Elearningminds
    • LearningPort
    • FrogAsia SDN BHD
    • ITTV
    • Smartclass2u SDN BHD
    • Internexia SDN. BHD.
    • Moodle PTY LTD.