This product is a list of over 175 top POS ISVs (independent software vendors) in the North American POS and mPOS markets. It is inclusive of those that make their own POS equipment like NCR, Oracle, Oracle/MICROS, Fujitsu and others, as well as pure software players like Aptos, OneView Commerce, and others. This list also includes the mPOS players such as Square, Toast, Clover, etc.
For each company, we look at their overall business, Total revenue, maintenance revenues, licenses outstanding, and Gross Payment Volume through their systems installed. The analyst looks at the data for Enterprise-level retailers by segment (retailers with 50 or more stores) and then SMB (below 50 stores) and this data is broken down by 13 different segments.
This product is ideal for payment providers, POS companies, private equity companies looking for acquisition candidates. It provides market share by more than 30 different metrics.
The format is in Excel and provides custom graphing opportunities.
This includes a list of 175 POS and mPOS software providers. This includes OEM providers such as NCR, Oracle, Fujitsu and Diebold Nixdorf as well as companies that only do software such as Aptos, Epicore, Envista, etc.
It includes both POS and mPOS vendors. Included in the data is the following:
Revenue/Software Related Revenue - Worldwide Sales, North American Sales, North American POS Revenue, and North American mPOS Revenue
Software Related Revenue Sales - On Prem, Software Maintenance, Software as a Service
Enterprise vs SMB - Revenue in chains below 50 stores, Revenue in chains with more than 50 stores
Total Software Related Revenue by Segment - See segments and examples below
Food/Grocery (Kroger, Safeway, Trader Joe’s, Wakerfern)
Drug Stores (Walgreens, CVS)
Superstore/Warehouse Clubs/Hypermarkets (Walmart, BJ’s Wholesale, Costco)
Mass Merchants (Target, Meijer Stores, Dollar Tree)
Department Stores (JC Penney, Sears, Kohls, Bealls)
Specialty Hard Goods (Home Depot, Lowes, Best Buy, Rooms to Go, Canadian Tire)
Specialty Soft Goods (H&M, Victoria’s Secret, Casual Male, Old Navy)
Convenience/Gas (Chevron, Exxon,)
Fast Food (McDonald’s, Subway, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell)
Bar/Restaurant (Applebees, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chipotle)
Lodging (Marriott, Sheraton, Hilton)
Entertainment: Casinos and Cruises (Carnival, Harrah’s, Wynn, Caesar’s Palace)
Entertainment: Museums, Theme Parks, Theaters, Others (Disney, Universal, AMC, Carmike)
Licenses Installed By Device Type - POS for SMB, POS for Enterprise, mPOS for SMB, mPOS for Enterprise
Gross Payment Volume by Segments (listed above) and Total - This is the value of card payments by segment for each company - particular valuable to payment providers.
27 charts already produced - include segment, POS or mPOS or Both, On-Prem or SaaS, SMB or Enterprise
Create Custom Chart - this allows you to create your own charts.
- BJ’s Wholesale
- Best Buy
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Burger King
- Caesar’s Palace
- Canadian Tire
- Casual Male
- Diebold Nixdorf
- Dollar Tree
- Home Depot
- JC Penney
- Meijer Stores
- Old Navy
- OneView Commerce
- Pizza Hut
- Rooms to Go
- Taco Bell
- Trader Joe’s
- Victoria’s Secret
General 5 step process for all research.
Step 1 – The WorldView IT Sizing Forecast Model is used by the analyst as a leverage as a sizing and forecast tool for over 300 retail Hardware, Software, SaaS and Services categories is leveraged within this research. The analyst has been sizing and forecasting the retail/hospitality market worldwide by solutions for over 10 years. This provides the upper bounds of the market data and total market size.
Step 2 – This is then combined with a Sophia Data Service that tracks over 4,500 enterprise retailers and hospitality providers (with a minimum of 50 locations) in terms of which vendor’s technology a given retailer/hospitality provider has installed, the total lanes/licenses, the timing of those installations and when they are due to be replaced.
Step 3 – If it is part of an end user study, the analysts will do customized web surveys and phone calls with key retail industry leaders several times a year. This data is then leveraged for several different research reports if applicable. When combined with the IT Sizing in step 1, the detailed installs by retailer in step 2, and then the vendor and customer interviews in step 4, the research data comes from several angles to provide the most insight to readers.
Step 4 – The installs and business sizing for each vendor is validated through public records and vendor/channel interviews. Customer service/traction is validated through existing customer interviews and surveys.
Step 5 – All of this is then merged together into a singular view that not only provides total market size, but also market share and scale of difference between vendors.
Where many research companies provide a top level of insight with just the facts, these reports go a bit deeper through the use of cross-tabulation and sources to answer the questions about “So what?”, not just the data, but what it means and how you can react to the market as a result of this data.