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- One of the key challenges presently facing the mobile payments market is the high level of market fragmentation, defined both by the multiplicity of platforms/solutions technologies being deployed and the increasing range of service configurations being offered. This slows down merchant acceptance and makes it difficult for providers to gain scale. We expect the market to reach a point where consolidation among players and solutions becomes the best way to drive address this issue.
- Mobile payments are gaining momentum, yet still represent a small portion of total consumer payments. The main barriers to consumer adoption are security and privacy concerns. It is critical for new mobile payments schemes to address this issue and earn consumers trust from the start with secure schemes and straightforward use cases.
- Value-added models are becoming popular in the mobile payments arena. We see several players starting to monetize data-driven campaigns engines. Some of the value-added offerings take the form of white-label applications development for vertical industries. We expect this type of model to proliferate given the benefits it brings to all parties.
- The key to successful m-payment applications is the ability to make them pervasive, so users grow to rely on them. Partnerships with ecosystem participants from all sectors (banks, retail, service providers and public sector) are essential to building a ubiquitous network of acceptance points. In addition, having a well-defined pipeline of compelling use cases is key for mobile payment providers to leverage the ecosystem to growth their user base and drive transaction volume.
- To build a viable business amidst the wealth of competing solutions and applications for mobile payments, players must take a strategic approach to the market. There are a number of best practices to generate consumer uptake of mobile payments services and build transaction volume. These focus on four key elements specific to the end-user and merchants value proposition, the use case strategy and cross-sector partnerships.
The "Mobile Payments: Revenue Models and Market Strategies" report offers an in-depth examination of the global mobile payments ecosystem dynamics, revenue models and market strategies, highlighting unique challenges faced by the sector and best practices for effectively positioning mobile payments propositions. The report reviews supply and demand considerations for mobile payments providers, and provides specific examples of prevalent service and revenue models, and go-to-market strategies, through case studies of mobile payments players from Belgium, China, East Africa, Mexico, Russia, Sweden, the UK and the US.
The report is structured as follows:
- Section 1: Mobile Payments Market Context, provides an overview of the mobile payments ecosystem and solutions value chain, the companies entering the value chain, supply side constraints and opportunities, and the consumer perspective.
- Section 2: Mobile Payments Strategies examines consumer and merchant use cases and describes the various service and revenue configurations being offered by mobile payments providers around the world, including legacy revenue models, value-added models and closed-loop revenue models. Pros and cons of existing revenue models are illustrated with case examples of selected market players such as America MOvil, Bitcoin, Boku, Dwolla, iZettle, Kopo Kopo, LevelUp and MCX.
- Section 3: Mobile Payments Provider Case Studies is a detailed analysis of the strategic market approach to m-payments from leading players around the world: Alipay Wallet (China), RuRu (Russia), Paym (UK), Starbucks (US/global) and Apple Pay (US/global).
- Section 4: Key Findings and Recommendations. We conclude with a summary of key findings and specific success factors and recommendations for mobile operators looking to increase participation in the mobile payments space.
Reasons To Buy
- The "Mobile Payments: Revenue Models and Market Strategies" report provides a comprehensive examination the nascent mobile payments market opportunity to help executives make informed strategic decisions, develop effective partnerships and optimize return on investment.
- This report provides an in-depth overview of service and revenue model trends in the mobile payments industries, their advantages and limitations, and the related opportunities.
- The report incorporates case studies providing light on the key elements of a strategic market approach to maximize the mobile payments opportunity, and best practices to build robust user and merchant propositions, through compelling use cases and ecosystem partnerships.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Mobile Payments Market Context
Report scope and m-payments definition
Participants in the mobile payments ecosystem
Solutions across the m-payments solutions value chain
Competition in m-payments
Supply dynamics: challenges faced by providers
Demand dynamics: The end-user perspective
Section 2: Strategies of Mobile Payments Providers
Consumer use cases: building a compelling pipeline
Merchant use cases: Providing value to businesses
The economics of mobile payments
Legacy revenue models case studies
Value-added revenue models case studies
Closed-loop revenue models case studies
Section 3: Mobile Payments Provider Case Studies
Strategic market approach to m-payments
China: Alipay Wallet
Russia: RURU (Vimpelcom)
United Kingdom: PAYm
US/ Global: Starbucks
US/ Global: Apple Pay
Section 4: Key Findings and Recommendations
Summary of Success Factors
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List of Tables
Exhibit 1: Mobile payments definition for this report
Exhibit 2: Players in the mobile payments ecosystem
Exhibit 3: Mobile payments solutions value chain
Exhibit 4: Selected companies entering the m-payments solutions value chain
Exhibit 5: Supply challenges and opportunities
Exhibit 6: Mobile payments density
Exhibit 7: Mobile payments share of total payments
Exhibit 8: Top concerns of m-payments users- global
Exhibit 9: Top concerns of m-payments users- regional
Exhibit 10: Expected use of m-payments- next 6 months
Exhibit 11: Sample pipeline of mobile payments
Exhibit 12: Merchant m-payments use cases
Exhibit 13: Revenue models for mobile payments
Exhibit 14: Legacy revenue models
Exhibit 15: Bill-to-carrier payment interfaces
Exhibit 16: Transfer service revenue elements
Exhibit 17: Value-added revenue models
Exhibit 18: Kopo Kopo merchant business model
Exhibit 19: The LevelUp diversified revenue model
Exhibit 20: iZettle volume-based transaction fees
Exhibit 21: Closed-loop revenue models
Exhibit 22: Dwolla mobile payments processing
Exhibit 23: MCXs member merchants
Exhibit 24: Bitcoin daily m-payment transactions
Exhibit 25: Key focus areas of m-payment providers
Exhibit 26: Alipay Wallet market approach
Exhibit 27: China top m-payment providers volume
Exhibit 28: RURU market approach
Exhibit 29: RURU Wallet, co-branded with MasterCard
Exhibit 30: PAYm market approach
Exhibit 31: PAYm service metrics- first 8 months
Exhibit 32: Starbucks market approach
Exhibit 33: Starbucks mobile transaction growth- US
Exhibit 34: Apple Pay market approach
Exhibit 35: Apple Pay progress to date- March 2015
Exhibit 36: Key success factors by strategic element
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