Enterprise Ireland clients can access the list of reports below on the Digital Payments market at the Market Research Centre.


The global mobile wallet market reached $46.8 billion in 2014. The market is expected to reach $635.0 billion by 2020 from $113.5 billion in 2015, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 41.1% from 2015 to 2020. Mobile Wallet & Payment Technologies, Report Highlight, BCC Research



  • When to Use Next-Generation Digital Payment Providers
  • Market Guide for Digital Payment Gateways & Payment Service Providers
  • What’s Hot in Digital Commerce in 2017?
  • Market Guide for Digital Wallet Solutions
  • Hype Cycle for Digital Commerce, 2016
  • The Top 10 Questions to Ask When Selecting a Digital Commerce Payment Vendor

Frost & Sullivan

  • US Digital Payments Market Outlook, Forecast to 2022
  • In-Vehicle Payments
  • Future of Cashless Payments in Singapore
  • “Going Cashless” as catalyst for the Asia-Pacific Mobile Payments Market
  • Asia Pacific Mobile Payments
  • Wearables Future Analysis – Revolutionizing Digital Payments
  • How Blockchain Will Disrupt the Payment Industry
  • Latin American Mobile Money & Payment Services Market, Forecast to 2022

BCC Research

  • Mobile Wallet & Payment Technologies
  • E-Commerce

IBISWorld focuses on the US market

  • Online Payment Processing Software Developers
  • Credit Card Processing & Money Transferring
  • Credit Card Issuing
  • Prepaid Credit & Debit Card Providers


  • Financial Cards & Payments
  • Banks Lead the Way with Mobile Payment Initiatives in Poland
  • Review of Eastern Europe Card Payment Drivers

Marketline has a range of country specific reports on Credit Cards.


The Market Research Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. To make an appointment or if you have any queries, contact us at market.research@enterprise-ireland.com. Enterprise Ireland clients can view our list of resources available at this link.


Important Note: All databases are subject to copyright which is explained to clients on their visit. The use of cameras and USBs is strictly prohibited.