市場調査レポート - 220940

ビジネス戦略:リテールモバイルバンキングベンダーへのアンケート調査結果(2011年)

Business Strategy: 2011 Retail Mobile Banking Vendor Survey Results

発行 IDC Financial Insights
出版日 ページ情報 英文 42 Pages
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ビジネス戦略:リテールモバイルバンキングベンダーへのアンケート調査結果(2011年) Business Strategy: 2011 Retail Mobile Banking Vendor Survey Results
出版日: 2011年10月28日 ページ情報: 英文 42 Pages

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概要

当レポートでは、米国のリテールモバイルバンキングソリューションベンダー12社を対象に調査を行った結果から、各社が提供するプラットフォームと機能、モバイル導入率の成長見通し、モバイル認証と料金モデル、将来の発展に向けた取り組み、現在の市場環境に関する見解などをまとめ、金融機関およびソリューションベンダーへの提言も盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

IDC Financial Insightsの見解

本調査について

概況

  • ベンダー構成

アプローチ

  • 提供プラットフォーム・機能
  • モバイル導入率と成長率の推計
  • モバイル認証と料金モデル
  • 将来に向けた開発
  • コアバンキングベンダーの統合
  • ベンダーの市場に関する各種見解

将来の展望

主な提言

  • ベンダーへの推奨アクション
  • 金融機関への推奨アクション

参考資料

図表

目次

This IDC Financial Insights report of 12 U.S. retail mobile banking solution vendors allows industry leaders a chance to provide their thoughts on the current mobile banking landscape. Vendors oftentimes are looking for the next big thing, being careful to provide affordable solutions to an industry still reeling from the financial crisis in 2008. Mobility is in a unique situation to capture all the innovation in the past few years around the device and deploy it into financial services.

"Vendors have a unique situation to really shape the future of mobile banking," says Marc DeCastro, research director, Consumer Banking, IDC Financial Insights. "Mobile banking has certainly created excitement in the industry, and the vendors have responded by offering some innovative solutions. More innovation focused around geolocation services, the onboard camera, and social networks will help solidify financial mobility into our day-to-day lives."

Table of Contents


IDC Financial Insights Opinion



In This Study


Situation Overview


  • Vendor Demographics

The Approach

  • Platforms and Features Offered

  • Mobile Adoption and Growth Estimates

  • Mobile Authentication and Pricing Models

  • Future Development

  • Core Banking Vendor Integration

  • Vendor Market Opinions

Future Outlook

Essential Guidance


  • Actions for Vendors

  • Actions for Financial Institutions

Learn More

  • Related Research

  • Appendix: 2010 Survey Figures

  • Synopsis

Table: Platforms and Features Offered by Mobile Vendors

Table: Account Information Features Offered


Table: Funds Movement Features Offered


Table: General Activity Features Offered


Table: Pricing Models


Table: Future Mobile Initiatives


Table: Installed Mobile Banking Solutions by Vendor, 2011


Figure: Respondents by Target Bank Size, 2011


Figure: Installed Mobile Solution by Region, 2011


Figure: Growth of New Client Acquisitions, 2011


Figure: Reported Growth of SMS/Text from 2010 to 2011


Figure: Reported Growth of Web/Browser-Based Access from 2010 to 2011


Figure: Reported Growth of Downloadable Applications from 2010 to 2011


Figure: Status of U.S. and Global Mobile Banking Adoption Rates, 2011


Figure: Mobile Versus Online Banking Authentication Schemes, 2011


Figure: Future Development/R&D Share by Mobile Banking Platform, 2011


Figure: Status of iPhone Application Development, 2011


Figure: Status of Google Android Smartphone Application Development, 2011


Figure: Status of Symbian Platform Application Development, 2011


Figure: Status of BlackBerry/RIM Application Development, 2011


Figure: Status of Windows Phone 7 Platform Application Development, 2011


Figure: Status of Tablet Application Development, 2011


Figure: Biggest Barriers to the Success of Mobile Banking


Figure: Carriers' Impact on Mobile Banking, 2011


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Carriers as a Barrier to Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Standards in Mobile Banking as an Issue


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Multifactor Authentication for Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Nontraditional Players in the Mobile Market


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Mobile Banking as a Defensive Strategy


Figure: Respondents by Target Bank Size, 2010


Figure: Installed Mobile Solution by Region, 2010


Figure: Installed Mobile Banking Solutions by Vendor, 2010


Figure: Status of New Client Acquisitions as of May 1, 2010


Figure: Most Frequent Transaction Types Conducted, 2010


Figure: Installation of iPhone Mobile Banking Applications, 2010


Figure: Mobile Versus Online Banking Authentication Schemes, 2010


Figure: Future Development/R&D Share by Mobile Banking Platform, 2010


Figure: Mobile Banking Initiatives, 2010


Figure: Status of U.S. and Global Mobile Banking Adoption Rates, 2010


Figure: Carriers' Impact on Mobile Banking, 2010


Figure: Reported Growth of SMS/Text from 2009 to 2010


Figure: Reported Growth of Web/Browser-Based Access from 2009 to 2010


Figure: Reported Growth of Downloadable Applications from 2009 to 2010


Figure: Status of iPhone Application Development, 2010


Figure: Status of Google Android Smartphone Application Development, 2010


Figure: Status of Symbian Platform Application Development, 2010


Figure: Status of BlackBerry/RIM Application Development, 2010


Figure: Status of Windows Phone 7 Platform Application Development, 2010


Figure: Method of Support for Handling Mobile Banking, 2010


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Carriers as a Barrier to Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Impact of Economic Conditions on Mobile Banking Growth


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Standards in Mobile Banking as an Issue


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Multifactor Authentication for Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Marketing of Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Mobile Banking Customer Adoption


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Nontraditional Players in the Mobile Market


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Charging for Mobile Banking


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Global Versus U.S. Mobile Banking Strategy


Figure: Agree or Disagree: Mobile Banking as a Defensive Strategy


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