In 2013, the growth of e-commerce significantly outpaced brick-and-mortar both domestically and worldwide. 2014 and 2015 kept up this pace of growth, and the trend will continue in coming years.
In response to this structural shift from physical to digital, Lafferty Group introduced a new databank series, which became the Lafferty E-commerce Payments Databank. The databank will show you the relative size of the players and gauge potential opportunities. Lafferty's e-commerce databank is grounded in surveys of leading e-commerce service providers worldwide, rigorous and objective methodologies, and the shared wisdom of our global clients.
With over a hundred clear, precise and actionable metrics — covering data on e-commerce merchants, payment service providers, acquirers, issuers, payment players and mobile payments — the databank is an indispensable strategic resource for e-commerce professionals.
Access to the databank includes:
- Data on over 100 e-commerce merchants by volume of sales, by channels, methods of payments and iPSP provider and acquirer relationships
- E-commerce procurement contacts for merchants
- Volume of sales by iPSPs
- Volume of sales by acquirers
- Volume of sales by issuers
- Data on mobile payments via apps and mobile browser
- Insights into the key players
The United States, United Kingdom and Germany markets are ready to purchase immediately, with the UAE and France currently in production. To request access to any of our e-commerce or other research reports, or to request a new e-Commerce market, please contact:
Director of Client Relations and Councils
Phone: +44 (0) 203 008 8415
Senior Client Relationship Manager
Phone: +353 (0) 98 39119
For more information, download the brochure.
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