An outline of the competitive arena of POS terminals market, competitive landscape to witness a plethora of M&As & collaborations over 2017-2024

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Ezetap’s recent acquisition of FortunePay is a vital indicator of the growth in (Point of Sale) POS Terminals market. Similar to the growth strategies adopted by most markets, mergers & acquisitions and novel product launches primarily form the strategy landscape of POS terminals industry as well. In June 2017, Bangalore based POS firm Ezetap had acquired FortunePay, an online payment & physical payment service provider to banks in India. This deal is anticipated to help Ezetap avail the latter’s infrastructure and become a sole payment service provider for the traders in India. Earlier in June 2014, Ezetap had also collaborated with SBI (State Bank of India) to install 500,000 point of sale terminals across India over the coming five years. With more and more companies undertaking strategic tactics, POS terminals market is sure to carve out an appreciable growth map over 2017-2024.

China POS Terminals Market Size, By Application, 2016 & 2024 ($Bn)
China POS Terminals Market Size, By Application, 2016 & 2024 ($Bn)

POS terminals market trends in 2017: How industry giants have contributed to the business growth so far:

In January 2017, Fujitsu, a Japanese multinational IT equipment & service firm, launched Fujitsu TP8TM, a family of retail POS terminals, which was developed to optimize and improve the online payment performance across supermarkets, department stores, drug stores, and mass merchant stores. The new product also enhances the shopping experience of the customers across retail stores through its exceptional modularity. These new product innovations are expected to result in the robust expansion of POS terminals market.

In February 2017, OMA Emirates Group, a UAE based payment service provider, purchased MobiSwipe, one of the leading mPOS service providers. The acquisition will help OMA to expand its service portfolio across APAC, Middle East, and East Europe. MobiSwipe permits traders to make use of smartphones and tablets as POS terminal devices to accept payments via debit or credit cards. In a vital breakthrough, MobiSwipe, now a part of the OMA Emirates Group, in April 2017, announced the setup of more than 50,000 mPOS terminals in India within nine months. This is an instance of how major firms have been taking key initiatives to promote cashless deals in the country and explore new business growth avenues across India (Point of Sale) POS terminals industry.

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In May 2017, Mswipe, a startup firm in the  mPOS terminals industry,  formed a joint venture with PayU India, a digital payment service provider, to expand its online payment business through the purchase of the latter’s offline merchant acquiring business. As per the reports from reliable sources, PayU had acquired more than 9000 offline traders across India, who, along with their point of sale business will be moved to Mswipe. Dealers transacting with Mswipe can now use PayU India’s online payment options. According to expert opinions, the strategic alliance between the online payment service providers will benefit both in terms of revenue generation as well the consolidation of their positions in POS terminals market.

In July 2017, ScanSource Incorporation, a leading service provider of point-of-sale, barcode, networking, and data solutions, acquired POS Portal Incorporation, distributor & renter of POS devices, for USD 144.9 million to extend and improve its POS payment services across the globe. This is ScanSource’s sixth acquisition since last three years, with its recent purchase being Intelisys, a technology service distributor and master agent of carrier, telecom, & cloud solutions, for USD 83.6 million in June 2017.

The month of July also witnessed NEXTEP SYSTEMS, a provider of self-order POS services, form a strategic alliance with LevelUp, the largest mobile payment platform developed by Massachusetts-based startup firm SCVNGR. The alliance will enhance the service efficiency of both the firms by offering more effective and user-friendly online payment options. Speedy   self and mobile ordering operations, ensuring a seamless and personalized experience for the users are expected to spur the business expansion and ROI of both these firms, thereby providing a boost to POS terminals industry. Global Market Insights, Inc., claim POS terminals market value to surpass USD 125 billion by 2024.

Geographical trends leveraging POS terminals industry size

  • POS terminals market revenue across APAC is set to experience a lucrative expansion in the future with the large-scale use of smartphones, Android Phones, and tablets. Densely populated regions such as India and China are expected to spur the regional growth.

 

  • U.S. POS terminals industry is expected to leverage the development of North America POS terminals industry over the years ahead with the government promoting the use of EMV and NFC enabled instruments.

 

POS terminals industry is an evolving business sector with big players investing heavily in R&D activities to develop new technologies and products for gaining competitive edge. It is more likely that rapid expansion of POS terminals market will encourage new service providers and manufacturers to enter the business further encouraging the existence of fierce competition in the industry.  VeriFone Systems Inc., Panasonic Corporation, Ingenico Group, PAX Technology Inc., and Toshiba Corporation are some of the major brands of POS terminals industry.

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