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The following reports are available to purchase. Payments can be made by credit card – call Deb Seth on 01252 629730 or contact Alternatively if you’d like to explore our excellent value subscription options Deb will be able to assist.

GDPR: Opportunities and Recommendations for UK SITS Suppliers 2018 - £1,500 +VAT

Our latest report on data protection sets out where TechMarketView thinks the universal need to comply wtih the EU's new privacy regulation presents hardware, software and service providers with new routes to market for their wares. It also summarises the primary areas of attention for establishing GDPR compliance amongst SITS suppliers themselves, and offers recommendations on the best way to proceed.

Understanding the Legacy Issues facing Banks - £1,500 +VAT

In FinancialServicesViews we have written long and often about how banks need to address their legacy issues urgently if they are to remain competitive against agile, cloud-native digital businesses and to meet ever-increasing customer expectations.

But what exactly are these legacy issues, how did they arise and specifically what sort of opportunities do they provide for vendors? The answers are here...

Understanding the UK Payments market – a comprehensive analysis Nov 2017 - £2,995 +VAT

This report provides a comprehensive explanation and analysis of the UK payments market which is undergoing major change and should be a key target sector for many software and IT service providers. See here for further details.

UK Police SITS Supplier Landscape & Market Trends 2017 Oct 2017 - £2,450 +VAT

This report updates our view of the major suppliers of Software and IT Services (SITS) into the UK Policing sector, based on TechMarketView’s estimate of revenues. We take a close look at the pressures that are influencing the market, how policing is likely to change and the role that technology might play in that transformation, and review the major change programmes that are underway. See here for further details.

FinTechViews: Digital Identity Sep 2017 - £1,500 +VAT (Buy with RegTech for £2,000 +VAT)

This report takes a look at various models for National Identity Schemes, then assess the current state of digital identity, before introducing a model to help develop views concerning possible future forms of identity. It concludes with a description of the various sub-sectors of the identity industry and some of the key players.

RegTech - A Big New Opportunity May 2017 - £1,250 +VAT (Buy with Digital Identity for £2,000 +VAT)

Provides a description of this subset of FinTech, which is rapidly evolving into a hot space. There is a big opportunity here, at a relatively early stage of development.

Open Banking & PSD2 - £1,500 +VAT

2018 is going to be a year when a tidal wave of regulatory change hits the banking sector, with the EU’s Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD 2)/Open Banking and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) both launching in the first half.

The first to go live was the UK’s Open Banking initiative, requiring the UK’s nine largest banks to open up their data and payment rails to authorised third parties. We covered the regulations in detail in our report Open Banking & PSD 2, but the key question now is whether this is going to be a damp squib, a charter for cyber-criminals or a revolution in the way we bank?

State of UK & European Fintech - £1,500 +VAT

The recent Money2020 conference in Copenhagen has given us some real insight into current trends and concerns and deepened our understanding of how Fintech can accelerate real change across the sector. We have also been able to identify some significant opportunities for Software and IT Services suppliers as they and their customers interact with this vital and dynamic market segment.

State of Global Fintech - £1500 +VAT

This is the first in a series of reports on the payments market which is intended to drive enthusiasm and knowledge of this sector amongst SITS providers and market participants. Many SITS suppliers will want to target multiple aspects of payments, but when looking for industry research they will generally find themselves confronted with a series of specialist vertical deep-dives with different jargons. Hence our aim is to cover a wide range of sectors of the UK payments market using a common taxonomy and analysis. We are not aware of any comparable reports or studies of this market.