Self-Service Markets: ATMs, Kiosks, Vending Machines
The total installed combined base for self–service technologies including ATMs, self–service kiosks and vending machines is estimated at 28.2 million units in 2010 and is expected to reach 33.8 million units by 2015, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.7% from 2010 through 2015.
SCOPE OF REPORT
This report addresses the global market for self–service technologies and covers the following segments:
- Self–service kiosks
- Vending machines
The study is organized around the following major topics for each of the technologies:
- Executive summary
- Industry challenges and concerns
- Industry regulations and compliances
- Market forces: drivers and impediments (factors that will influence the long–term development of the market)
- Technology analysis
- Pricing analysis
- Geographic analysis and market sizes by geography and products
- Industry structure and market shares
- Company profiles.
Self–checkout systems are excluded from this research.
The geographical scope of this report is the global market.
Prasanna Prakash has published a number of research reports and articles on the retail systems industry on both the hardware as well as the software front. She also works as an independent consultant and has assisted companies in numerous consulting projects on market opportunity analysis, market profiles and sizing, competitive intelligence, market feasibility, and market entry. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Equivalent to Bachelor of Science) in Computer Science and an MBA in Marketing.
The global market for self-service machines was nearly $11.3 billion in 2005. By 2010, the market will cross the $24 billion mark, growing at an average annual growth rate (AAGR) of 17%.
Maturing markets nearing the two-largest U.S. product-segments, ATMs and vending machines, can no longer sustain the double-digit growth of less developed markets elsewhere in the world. Thus, 86% of total sales will occur outside the U.S. by 2010.
With over 105 years of history between them, the ATM and the vending machine market segments will continue as the industry's prime revenue-makers. Brazil, Russia, China and India will make up a sizable portion of 2010's total worldwide segment sales of $17.6 billion, a more than threefold increase over 2005's total of $5.2 billion.