The HPLC market is continuing to change and evolve as manufacturers introduce new innovative products into the market, and many HPLC users are readily adopting them. Users are looking to increase productivity through a variety of methods including migrating to UHPLC and utilizing smaller particles, while others are encouraged by the use of superficially porous particles. Many HPLC users are employing HILIC column chemistries and adopting SFC technology to complement their arsenal of analytical capabilities.
The market is at a critical point with technologies and economic factors influencing short-term and long-term purchasing decisions. Being a force in this demanding market requires constant knowledge of end-user needs, as well as the insight to perceive the actual advantages and disadvantages of particular systems and competitors.
This report provides insights into how a company and/or its products perform compared to its competitors according to the end-user. It highlights key growth sectors, purchasing patterns and various usage rates that are often used for product development and corporate planning.
How fast and what are the reasons for migrating to UHPLC and/or SFC?
What are keeping users from adopting UHPLC and/or SFC?
Why is SFC technology exciting many HPLC users?
To what extent are the economic conditions affecting users purchasing patterns?
SDi’s Tactical Sales and Marketing (TSM) reports are based on end-user survey responses focused on a specific technology. They provide valuable feedback from the customer, which tells the real story of current market conditions and expectations over the next few years. Survey data is presented, analyzed, and evaluated to assist the reader in gaining a clear understanding of the implications.
SDI’s HPLC End User Survey report provides insights for all levels of management, marketing, and sales personnel. This report also presents data on the size and growth of these markets, market shares for vendors, and descriptions and lists of products.
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