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Contactless Ticketing Update

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Actionable Benefits

  • Better target and identify growth opportunities in major regions and pivot towards new revenue streams associated with contactless ticketing.
  • Tailor product development and marketing strategies and tie to ticketing project timelines.
  • Improve targeted sale approaches via the identification of significant growth opportunities in the contactless ticketing market.               

Critical Questions Answered

  • What will the impact of COVID-19 be on the contactless ticketing market?
  • Which countries will represent the greatest opportunity for growth and migration over the coming years?
  • What is the current market size for contactless ticketing smart cards and how will this look over the next five years?
  • How rapidly is the contactless ticketing market growing?
  • Where are contactless ticketing projects most prevalent and what protocols are being utilized?
  • What is the current market size and position of the mobile ticketing arena?

Research Highlights

  • Worldwide contactless ticketing forecasts with qualitative analysis covering all major regions including, North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.
  • Market coverage at country-level markets for Canada, US, Brazil, China, India, Germany and the UK.
  • Deep-dive into usage of open-loop acceptance in all major regions and key projects.

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategy planners and advisors within the smart card and contactless ticketing organizations.
  • Marketing and sales leaders looking to identify opportunities and revenue streams and gauge organizational performance.
  • Market ecosystem agents in sales, marketing and strategic roles looking to ascertain market sizing and opportunity.

Table of Contents

Market Summary 2020 

Regional Breakdown

The Americas
Europe
Asia-Pacific
Middle East & Africa
Open-Loop Acceptance

Mobile Ticketing

Account-Based Ticketing

Contactless EMV (cEMV) and COVID-19

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