As large enterprises seek to implement companywide, integrated information infrastructures, and as bandwidth restrictions continue to ease, the Web will emerge as the delivery mechanism for these companies' digital assets. As a result, Web-content management services and digital-asset management services will converge, according to analysts at Frost & Sullivan. The graph shows analysts' predictions that total market revenues for Web-content management services will rise from $833.5 million in 2000 to $3.27 billion by 2008, and revenues for digital-asset management services will surge from $210 million in 2000 to $5.2 billion by 2007. Analysts theorize that integrating Web-content management tools and digital-asset managers will help companies reduce costs and better serve their users.