Read into the latest insights and trends of the global ecommerce industry in The Paypers newly released Online Payments and Ecommerce Market Guide 2017. This 8th edition of the annual report is an essential handbook for those who are trying to understand how the ecommerce and payments market is developing this year.
Technological development and ever-evolving consumer demands are driving faster payments and improving omnichannel capabilities within the global ecommerce market. This latest edition of The Paypers Online Payments and Ecommerce Market Guide 2017 reviews the key technological, regulatory, and international topics within the industry. Additionally, the report offers a comprehensive overview of the Payment Service Provider (PSP) landscape, including industry mapping and a summary of developments in digital payments.
Today’s ecommerce merchants must cope with a complex set of challenges. Consumers now expect to be able to make payments across channels at any time, with any device, and where ever they may be. Meanwhile, new regulatory measures are constantly being implemented, creating a strain on the payment landscape. Successful merchants must be capable of balancing security and convenience, and should aim to provide omnichannel payments across a range of markets. Not surprisingly, payment service providers are also impacted by the shifts in the global market.
Subjects covered in this 8th edition of The Paypers OPMG include, among other things, best practices in payments, data-driven commerce and Internet of Things (IoT), ecommerce development through omnichannel, ecommerce around the globe, ecommerce marketplaces, consumer payment behaviours and the customer journey, and the link between regulations and innovation in digital transactions. The report is split into three key sections, each of which is briefly described below.
- Part I delves into the evolution of the payments landscape, and sheds light on the payments value chain, as well as current industry dynamics in the US and across Europe. New strategic directions for PSPs in a rapidly changing and PSD2-driven payment market are also discussed. This section also presents a glossary of industry jargon and terminology, plus a mapping of the PSP ecosystem based on in-depth analysis of key players along several key variables including vertical, geographical presence, target market, payment capabilities, fraud, capabilities, omnichannel capabilities, cross-border capabilities, and so forth.
- Part II focuses on thought leadership and features collaborations and contributions by major players from across the global payments landscape, including:
- Best practice advice from leading merchants Sixt, Zalando, and Travian Games
- Tech consultants and market research firms Aite, Innopay, Edgar Dunn, Emerging Payments Association, European Retail Payments Board, EY Innovalue, Gartner, and Juniper Research
- Law firm time.lex
- Associations like Ecommerce Europe and Merchant Risk Council
- Leading PSPs and payment processors: Acapture, Arvato, Adyen, Banking Circle, CyberSource, dLocal, Dimebox, DOCOMO Digital, Emergent Payments, First Data, HiPay, Hyperwallet, Ingenico, Limonetik, Mastercard Payment Gateway Services, ONPEX, Payment Asia, PAYONE, PPRO, Trustly, and Worldline
- Part III presents a wide range of company profiles from across the global online payments and ecommerce landscape and offers details such as key players’ geographical presence, core services, unique selling points and business partners.
To read the complete Online Payments and Ecommerce Guide 2017 by The Paypers, click here.]]>