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Biometrics for Banking; Market & Technology Analysis, Adoption Strategies & Forecasts 2015-2020 is a 238 page analyst report that provides detailed analysis of the adoption of biometrics for banking.
This comprehensive report includes a review of current global adoption, market analysis including key drivers and barriers for adoption, interviews with leading stakeholders, technology analysis with review of key biometric technologies and profiles of companies supplying biometric systems to banks plus forecasts (regional and global) for users and revenue within the six-year period 2015 to 2020.
Alan Goode, author of the report and founder of Goode Intelligence said “There is a growing desire from the banking industry to adopt convenient methods to verify the identity of their customers and this is creating the conditions to drive the adoption of biometrics in banking even higher.
'Banking adoption of biometrics is creating a booming biometrics industry with biometric vendors experiencing tremendous growth on the back of the escalation of consumer-led adoption of biometric authentication. The adoption for banking purposes is a major contributor to this growth and we are forecasting that by 2020 it will contribute US$5.5 billion in revenue for companies involved in delivering biometric systems to the banking industry.'
The report is available in four versions (all enterprise multi-site licenses):
Full Suite includes Analyst Report & Forecasts - £3125.00
Analyst Report (no forecasts) - £2375.00
Executive Summary plus Forecasts - £2187.00
Forecasts Only - £1812.00
The report investigates the global adoption biometrics by banks across traditional and emerging bank channels including:
Electronic Banking (web-based)
Goode Intelligence reveals the most popular biometric technologies that are being adopted across each banking channel and introduces emerging biometric systems that are beginning to be piloted by some of the most innovative banks across the world; these include:
Eye (Iris and Eye-Vein)
This report is aimed at technology vendors and service providers involved in providing biometric systems to banks and banks wanting to understand the reasons for deploying and what biometric solutions they should implement. The report is also aimed at management and technology consultants, hardware ODMs looking to support biometrics and investors looking to take advantage of this growing industry.
Companies referenced in this report include:
Access Softek, Agnitio, Ally Bank, Apple, ARM, Atom Bank, Axis Bank, Banco Bradesco, Bank BG, Bank BPH, Banco Santander, Bank of Lanzhou, Bank Muscat, Bank of America, Bank of China, Bank of Korea, Bankmobile, Barclays, BehavioSec, BioCatch, BIO-key, Biometrics Signature ID, British Bankers Association, Cairo Amman Bank, Cardtech, Cifas, City Bank of Texas, DAB Bank, Daon, DARPA, Deutsche Bank, Diamond Fortress, Diebold, Digital Insight, EarlyWarning, Encap Security, Ernst & Young, ECB, eyeLock, EyeVerify, Facebanx, FFIEC, FCA, FFA, Fingerprint Cards, Fotonation, Fujitsu, Garanti Bank, Gemalto, Getin Bank, Hitachi, Hoyos Labs, Idair, IDEX, IEEE, ING Bank, IrisGuard, Isbank, ITCARD, KeyLemon, Lamassu, Lumidigm, MasterCard, Microsoft, Monetise, Mountain America Credit Union, Morpho, M2SYS, Natwest Bank, NICE, NIST, NCR, NEXT Biometrics, Nok Nok Labs, Noris Bank, Nottingham University, NTT DoCoMo, Nuance, Nymi, OCBC, OCC, OKI, Pindrop, Planet Cash, Qualcomm, RBS, Robocoin, Royal Bank of Canada, Royal Oman Police, RSA Security, Salesforce, Samsung, SayPay, Smartmetric, St Georges Bank, Sonavation, Synaptics, Tangerine Bank, Tencent, The FIDO Alliance, The Natural Security Alliance, Trustonic, Turkiye IS Bankasi, USAA, US Federal Reserve, Verint, VISA, VoiceTrust, VoiceVault, Westpac, Wincor Nixdorf, ZTE, Zwipe.