Enhance competitive strategy assessments by understanding the smart card vendor market share landscape to help identify strategic partnerships and competitive threats.
Understand which vendors are leading the way in the top three vertical markets, covering government ID, payment and SIM cards to help support future investment plans as it relates to R&D, product development and M&A activities.
Use market share data covering an 8-year period to help benchmark vendor performance and set future realistic sale targets.
Critical Questions Answered
Who are the leading suppliers of smart cards within the top three verticals? – government ID, payments and SIM
How does market consolidation impact the market and vendor share landscape? – e.g. Valid and Bluefish, Oberthur Technology and Morpho? (Now IDEMIA).
Which vendors are winning share and who is losing share?
First half 2012 to full year payment card 2019 smart card vendor market shares covering the complete market as well as individual market share analysis covering the SIM, payments and government ID markets.
Over 15 vendors included with coverage of Thales, Gemalto, Oberthur Technologies, IDEMIA, Morpho, OT-Morpho, Watchdata, G+D, Bluefish, Eastcompeace, Datang, Wuhan Tianyu, Valid, IntelCav, KONA I, Bundesdruckerei, CPI Card Group, Veridos, GoldPac, and Austria Card.
Who Should Read This?
Strategy planners within smart card and secure IC organizations.
Sales and marketing leaders looking to understand their market share position and the positioning of key competitors to help better understand the competitive market landscape and benchmark organizational performance.
Other ecosystem players as well as financial investors looking to understand annual vendor performance.
Table of Contents
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Smart Card Market Shares by Vendor, 1H 2012 to FY 2019
Government ID Smart Card Market Shares by Vendor, 1H 2012 to FY 2019
Payment Smart Card Market Shares by Vendor, 1H 2012 to FY 2019
SIM Smart Card Market Shares by Vendor, 1H 2012 to FY 2019