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Global Automated Teller Machines Market

NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Automated Teller Machines Market

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This study covers the state of the global automated teller machines market, examining drivers and restraints for growth, distribution, technology, demand and geographical trends. Following from these, market growth for regional and market segments are forecasted. In addition, an in-depth analysis of the competitive situation including vendors' market shares is performed. The base year is 2011 with forecasts running through 2017. The market is further divided into two subsegments including on-premise and off-premise automated teller machines. Unit shipment and revenue forecasts have been provided on a global basis for each category.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

C h a p t e r 1

Executive Summary

Summary of Major Findings 1-1

Market Definitions and Segmentation 1-1

Definition 1-1

Study Segmentation 1-1

Geography Defined 1-2

Key Market Trends 1-2

Competitive Structure 1-3

Tier I Companies 1-4

Tier II Companies 1-4

Tier III Companies 1-4

C h a p t e r 2

Global Automated Teller Machines Market

Market Overview 2-1

Introduction and Definitions 2-1

Definition 2-1

Market Overview 2-1

Market Engineering Measurement Analysis 2-2

Market Age 2-4

Revenue and Growth Rates 2-4

Pricing 2-5

Competitors and Products 2-6

Industry Challenges 2-6

Accurately Forecasting Product Demand is a Challenge due to the Wea

k Economic Conditions Globally 2-7

Addressing the Issue of Network Downtime is a High Priority for Banks and their Clients 2-8

Niche Vendors and Service Providers Challenge the Global Vendors in Local Markets 2-8

The Gradual Consolidation of Transaction Processors over the last Three Decades

Reduces Market Potential 2-9

Vendors are Required to Commit to Substantial R&D Investments to Remain Competitive 2-9

Market Forecast and Analysis 2-10

Market Drivers 2-10

The Global Focus on Enhancing Payment Security and Combating Card Fraud

is Driving ATM Adoption 2-10

Exciting Future Growth Opportunities are Expected from Asia, Latin America, and CEE Countries 2-12

ATMs are Being Positioned as CRM Tools to Allow Banks' to Leverage their Multi-Channel Strategies 2-13

The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Model is Gaining Traction as Banks Aim to Cut Capex 2-13

The Significant Advantages Offered by TCP/IP and Wireless Communication Technologies

are Driving ATM Uptake 2-14

Market Restraints 2-14

The Industry Continues to Face the Negative Effects of the Weak Global Economic Conditions 2-15

The Range of Regulatory and Compliance Mandates Facing the ATM Industry Reigns in Growth 2-16

The Lack of Robust Growth in the Developed Economies in Western Europe and

North America is a Significant Restraint 2-16

The Use of Refurbished ATMs on the Rise Due to Budgetary Constraints Affects New System Sales 2-17

The Low Awareness Among Consumers about the Multiple-Application Capabilities

of ATMs Slows Adoption 2-17

Global Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 2-18

North American Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 2-19

EMEA Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 2-21

Asia-Pacific Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 2-22

Latin American Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 2-24

C h a p t e r 3

Global On-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

Market Overview and Analysis 3-1

Introduction 3-1

Market Engineering Measurement Analysis 3-2

Market Drivers 3-3

Delivering Multi-channel Banking is a High Priority for Both Financial Institutions and Vendors 3-4

Deposit Automation Enhances Operational Efficiency and Customer Satisfaction at the ATM 3-5

Multivendor Software and OS Advances are Delivering an Optimum Customer Experience 3-6

Cash Still Continues to Play a Central Role in Financial Transactions in the Emerging Markets 3-7

The ATMIA is Playing a Central Role in Promoting Best Practices and Standards in the Industry 3-7

Market Restraints 3-8

The High Cost of Initial Investments is a Deterrent in the Current Economy for the ATM Industry 3-8

The Slow Uptake of EMV/Smart Card Technology in the Crucial U.S. Market Slows Down the Market 3-9

Market Saturation has been Reached in Western Europe as the EMV Migration

Process is Nearing Completion 3-9

ATM Fraud Continues to Affect Consumer Confidence and Acceptance of the Medium 3-10

On-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 3-11

On-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market 3-11

C h a p t e r 4

Global Off-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

Market Overview and Analysis 4-1

Introduction 4-1

Market Engineering Measurement Analysis 4-2

Market Drivers 4-4

ATM Surcharge Fees are Driving ATM Growth in both Emerging and Developed Markets 4-5

The Enhanced Security Provided by Triple DES, Encrypted PIN Pads and Smart Cards

is Pushing Terminal Upgrades 4-5

Financial Institutions are Reducing the Total Cost of Ownership of their ATM Fleets

through Outsourcing 4-6

Cash Recycling Enables Banks to Reduce Operation Costs and Improve Customer Service 4-7

ATM Co-branding Provides a Credible Value Proposition for all Key Stakeholders in the Industry 4-7

Market Restraints 4-8

The Saturation of Off-premise Locations in Major Markets like the US and Western Europe

Restricts Future Growth Opportunities 4-8

Concerns over Price Sensitivity and Commoditization in Emerging Markets Curtails Industry Growth 4-9

Fraud and Physical Security Continues to be a Hurdle for Off-premise ATMs 4-9

Catering to a Global Client Base While Keeping R&D and Manufacturing Costs Under Control

is a Serious Challenge 4-10

Off-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market Forecast 4-10

Off-Premise Automated Teller Machines Forecast 4-10

C h a p t e r 5

Competitive Analysis

Competitive Scenario Analysis 5-1

Introduction 5-1

Competitive Landscape and Market Structure 5-2

Tier I Companies 5-4

Tier II Companies 5-4

Tier III Companies 5-4

Market Share Analysis 5-4

Profiles of Key Market Participants 5-6

Market Leader 5-6

Market Challengers 5-7

Contenders 5-8

C h a p t e r 6

Appendix

Decision Support Databases 6-1

Global ATM Installed Base 6-1

Global ATM Penetration per 1000 Population 6-3

Global Volume of ATM Transactions 6-5

Global Value of ATM Transactions 6-7

List of Figures

C h a p t e r 2

Global Automated Teller Machines Market

2-1 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Impact of Top Five Industry Challenges (Global), 2012-2017 2-7

2-2 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 2-10

2-3 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 2-15

2-4 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 2-18

2-5 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (North America), 2009-2017 2-19

2-6 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (EMEA), 2009-2017 2-21

2-7 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Asia-Pacific), 2009-2017 2-22

2-8 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Latin America), 2009-2017 2-24

C h a p t e r 3

Global On-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

3-1 On-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 3-3

3-2 On-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 3-8

3-3 On-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 3-11

C h a p t e r 4

Global Off-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

4-1 Off-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 4-4

4-2 Off-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (Global), 2012-2017 4-8

4-3 Off-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 4-11

C h a p t e r 5

Competitive Analysis

5-1 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Competitive Structure (Global), 2011 5-3

5-2 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Company Market Share by Revenue (Global), 2011 5-5

C h a p t e r 6

Appendix

6-1 Decision Support Database:

ATM Installed Base in 000s (Global), 2007-2017 6-1

6-2 Decision Support Database:

ATM Penetration Per 1000 Population (Global), 2007-2017 6-3

6-3 Decision Support Database:

Volume of ATM Transactions in Million (Global), 2007-2017 6-5

6-4 Decision Support Database:

Value of ATM Transactions in Billion USD (Global), 2007-2017 6-7

List of Charts

C h a p t e r 2

Global Automated Teller Machines Market

2.1 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Engineering Measurements (Global), 2011 2-3

2.2 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 2-18

2.3 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (North America), 2009-2017 2-20

2.4 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (EMEA), 2009-2017 2-21

2.5 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Asia-Pacific), 2009-2017 2-23

2.6 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Latin America), 2009-2017 2-24

C h a p t e r 3

Global On-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

3.1 On-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Engineering Measurements (Global), 2011 3-2

3.2 On-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 3-12

C h a p t e r 4

Global Off-Premise Automated Teller Machines Market

4.1 Off-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Market Engineering Measurements (Global), 2011 4-3

4.2 Off-premise Automated Teller Machines Market:

Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast (Global), 2009-2017 4-11

C h a p t e r 5

Competitive Analysis

5.1 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Competitive Landscape (Global), 2011 5-2

5.2 Automated Teller Machines Market:

Company Market Share by Revenue (Global), 2011 5-5

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