Report: Global ATM market to hit $30.50bn by 2027

The global Automated Teller Machine (ATM) market, which was valued at $20.58 billion in 2019, is projected to reach $30.50 billion by 2027, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.2 per cent from 2020 to 2027, a report by alliedmarketresearch. com, has said. According to the report, factors such as increase in demand for ATMs, rise in cost of managing, handling, transportation of ATMs and security related expenses of ATM are fuelling the growth of the market. It also attributed the growth in the ATM market to the surge in need for automation in the banking sector in emerging and developed countries.

The report stated: “In many countries, customers prefer cash as their first choice of making payments due to the convenience factor. With the advancements in technology, customers are seeking for faster, reliable, secure, and convenient means of accessing cash, which is a key factor contributing toward the growth of the global ATM market. In addition, the growth of the market is driven by increase in demand for ATMs; rise in cost of managing, handling, transportation of ATM machines; and security related expenses of ATM.

“Surge in need for automation in the banking sector in the emerging as well as the developed countries such as the U.S. Canada, Italy, and China is driving the ATM market growth. Moreover, the global banking sector has witnessed several technological advancements such as integration of IoT data analysis, digital convergence, and biometrics & cyber security over the last decades, which fuel the market growth.” However, the report said that the rise in digitisation in developing countries is expected to adversely affect the ATM market revenue in the coming years. “This is attributed to increase in preference of consumers toward digital payment solutions, such as online & mobile banking and digital wallets and Bitcoin transactions.

These online banking channels provide convenient, fast, and secure transactions, thereby limiting the growth of the global ATM market,” it stated. Still, the report noted that “improvement in security mechanisms, such as biometrics, fingerprints, EMV adoption, cash recycling, video banking, and two-factor authentication services to prevent fraudulent transactions is anticipated to offer lucrative opportunities for the market expansion.” According to the report, banks are banks are introducing new security features for verifying whether the physical card is a fake or duplicate.

It also noted that banks are focusing on developing additional security measures, such as the intelligent anti-ATM skimming devices, which help to monitor the system for illegally mounted intrusion mechanisms and help in safeguarding card & PIN data theft.

Meanwhile, a RBR’s upcoming report shows that the global ATM market shrunk in 2020 due to COVID-19, even as almost half of all markets saw an increase in usage during COVID-19. According to a press release, of the 110 countries surveyed, 59 of them saw decreases in ATMs while 51 saw increases during 2020. The Asia-Pacific market saw the largest drop, with China removing 50,000 ATMs due to trends towards cashless. The Egyptian market, however, saw an increase of 12 per cent, and 700 new ATMs were deployed in India. “While the total number of ATMs worldwide has fallen slightly, the sophistication of the ATMs that are being installed continues to increase as banks look to ATMs to fulfil transactions previously conducted at the teller,” Rowan Berridge, lead of the report, said in the release. “Despite the growth of cashless payments, cash remains a necessity for many. ATMs serve as a cost-effective method of increasing customers’ access to cash compared to opening bank branches, encouraging ATM deployment in underbanked areas.”




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