The market for self–service technologies expected to reach 33.8 million by 2015

The total installed combined base for self–service technologies including ATMs, self–service kiosks and vending machines is estimated at 28.2 million units and is expected to reach 33.8 million units by 2015, growing at a CAGR of 3.7% from 2010 through 2015.

Learn about the global market for automated teller machines (ATMs), self–service kiosks and vending machines. Get an overview of the self–service industry, global forecasts, trend analyses and information on the impact of economic, technological, legal/regulatory, and other factors that will drive the future market for each of these new technologies…

Use this report to:

  • Understand the various factors and trends that affect the self–service industry from the perspective of various stakeholders, including technology vendors, component suppliers, and customers
  • Assess the impact of economic, technological, legal/regulatory, and other factors that will drive the future market for each of these new technologies and how they will influence your business
  • Identify the structural and market forces that will shape the self–service industry at a global level though 2015
  • Develop market growth strategies based on objective, quantitative analysis of the key segments of the self–service market, the technologies that show the greatest potential, and the challenges that must be overcome for the market to realize its full potential.

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SUMMARY FIGURE
OVERALL INSTALLED BASE OF SELF-SERVICE TECHNOLOGIES, 2009-2015
(MILLION UNITS)

Source: BCC Research
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