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米国のコマーシャルクレジットカード市場の分析・予測:堅調な拡大

U.S. Commercial Credit Cards Market Forecast, 2016-2022: Growing at a Healthy Pace

発行 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品コード 725347
出版日 ページ情報 英文 18 Pages, 5 Exhibits
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米国のコマーシャルクレジットカード市場の分析・予測:堅調な拡大 U.S. Commercial Credit Cards Market Forecast, 2016-2022: Growing at a Healthy Pace
出版日: 2018年10月15日 ページ情報: 英文 18 Pages, 5 Exhibits
概要

当レポートでは、米国のコマーシャルクレジットカードの市場を調査し、カード利用拡大の推進因子と課題、技術の発展と業界による対応の動向、製品タイプ別の支出額の予測、ネットワーク別のシェア推計、新興技術・新しい決済システムに関する戦略的考察などをまとめています。

調査ハイライト

  • 概要:技術の発展と決済サービスプロバイダーによる適合
  • B2B決済パターンの変化と業界によるより大きなシェアの拡大に向けた取り組み:詳細ディスカッション
  • ケースサマリー
    • 従来型サプライヤーの転換時の課題を解消するイノベーション
    • 企業顧客の旅費のより良い支払いエクスペリエンスを創出するためのソリューション
  • 米国のコマーシャルクレジットカード支出額の予測:製品タイプ別
  • カード支出額の感度分析・ネットワーク別のシェア推計
  • 新興技術・新しい決済システムに関する戦略的考察

掲載企業

  • American Express
  • AvidXchange
  • Billtrust
  • Boost Payment Solutions
  • Bora Payments
  • Comdata
  • Conferma
  • Greensky
  • Mastercard
  • Mineral Tree
  • Nvoicepay
  • Regal Software
  • Strands
  • UATP
  • U.S. Bank
  • Visa
  • Vocalink
  • Wells Fargo
目次

The U.S. market for commercial credit cards for mid-to-large corporate segments continues to produce spending growth.

Mercator Advisory Group reports that the U.S. commercial credit card market for the mid-to-large corporate segments continues to experience healthy growth.

The U.S. market for commercial credit cards in the mid-to-large corporate market space continues to grow at a healthy pace. The growth in usage of commercial cards is associated with several interrelated factors. Certainly questions remain around broader adoption of cards as a primary payables tool, but generally all the factors are converging in a positive direction. In a new research report, U.S. Commercial Credit Cards Market Forecast, 2016-2022: Growing at a Healthy Pace , Mercator Advisory Group examines factors driving the growth, along with opportunities to gain greater share of business-to-business (B2B) spending.

This research report examines the state of the U.S. commercial card market, including market size, changing dynamics, emerging trends, and continued growth channels.

"Factors contributing to results include macro trends such as corporate travel budgets and general business activity (GDP), along with more focused developments around technology innovation and the pace of corporate adoption," commented Steve Murphy, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Commercial and Enterprise Payments Advisory Service , author of the report. "Increased business activity leads to more domestic and international travel, an increased demand for goods and services, while simultaneous technology innovations create a more digital payment environment. During 2017 and continuing into 2018 and coming years, factors are converging into positive tailwinds, which results in healthy commercial card growth trends."

This report is 18 pages long and contains 5 exhibits.

Companies mentioned in this report include : American Express, AvidXchange, Billtrust, Boost Payment Solutions, Bora Payments, Comdata, Conferma, Greensky, Mastercard, Mineral Tree, Nvoicepay, Regal Software, Strands, UATP, U.S. Bank, Visa, Vocalink, Wells Fargo

One of the exhibits included in this report:

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Highlights of the research report include:

  • An overview of shifting technology capabilities and how payments services providers are adapting to these changes
  • A detailed discussion of the changing patterns in B2B payments and how the industry can capture greater share
  • Case summaries describing both innovation to remove friction from the traditional supplier conversion challenges and a solution designed to create a better corporate client travel spend experience
  • Chart and text presenting Mercator Advisory Group's forecast for U.S. commercial credit card spend by product type through the year 2022
  • Sensitivity analysis for card spend along with estimated network share
  • Strategic considerations around emerging technology and new payments systems
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