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North American Hospitality POS Terminals

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Date of PublicationMay 2, 2017
GeographyNorth America
LicenseSingle User License $1,695 | Enterprise License $1,995
FormatElectronic PDF

This 40-page report focuses on the Hospitality POS market in the United States and Canada, challenges from Mobile devices and opportunities for growth. Its 15 figures describe shipments, installed base and trends analysis of POS devices based on processor speed and operating system choice. Additionally, the report covers emerging trends and influences that affected the market in 2016 and those that will help form market decisions in the future. It also includes market value for the installed base and a forecast for shipments and installed base through 2020.

The report is designed for use by POS Hardware and Software Providers, Maintenance Providers, Printer Manufacturers, EFT device vendors, Retailers and others who might have a vested interest in the North American Point-of-Sale Market.

 

We provide detailed analysis in 5 retail market segments:

Bar/Restaurants – Table Service Restaurants and Bars

Quick Service/Fast Food – Fast Food Chains, Food Stands, etc

Lodging: Hotels, Motels, RV Parks, Camp Sites – Includes restaurants, bars, inside the establishments, etc.

Entertainment: Casinos and Cruises – Includes gambling establishments, but not lottery, bingo, etc.

Entertainment: Theme Parks, Ball Parks, Museums, and Other – Wide ranging category that also includes Arcades, Fun Parks, National/Municipal Parks, etc.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Introduction
POS Definitions Used
Background of POS in Hospitality

1. BAR / RESTAURANT

1.1 2016 POS Installed Base by Processor Type
1.2 2016 POS Installed Base by Operating System
1.3 POS Shipments Growth Year-to-Year
1.4 POS Shipments for 2016 by Operating System
1.5 Situation Analysis – Trends, Strategies and Business Drivers

2. QUICK SERVICE RESTAURANTS/FAST FOOD

2.1 2016 POS Installed Base by Processor Type
2.2 2016 POS Installed Base by Operating System
2.3 POS Shipments Growth Year-to-Year
2.4 POS Shipments for 2016 by Operating System
2.5 Situation Analysis – Trends, Strategies and Business Drivers

3. LODGING

3.1 2016 POS Installed Base by Processor Type
3.2 2016 POS Installed Base by Operating System
3.3 POS Shipments Growth Year-to-Year
3.4 POS Shipments for 2016 by Operating System
3.5 Situation Analysis – Trends, Strategies and Business Drivers

4. ENTERTAINMENT – CASINOS & CRUISES

4.1 2016 POS Installed Base by Processor Type
4.2 2016 POS Installed Base by Operating System
4.3 POS Shipments Growth Year-to-Year
4.4 POS Shipments for 2016 by Operating System
4.5 Situation Analysis – Trends, Strategies and Business Drivers

5. ENTERTAINMENT – THEME PARKS, BALL PARKS, THEATRES & OTHER

5.1 2016 POS Installed Base by Processor Type
5.2 2016 POS Installed Base by Operating System
5.3 POS Shipments Growth Year-to-Year
5.4 POS Shipments for 2016 by Operating System
5.5 Situation Analysis – Trends, Strategies and Business Drivers

6. SUMMARY ANALYSIS

6.1 Sizing Summary
6.2 Trends

7. MARKET VALUE/SIZE IN $$$

8. FORECASTS

8.1 2016 – 2021 Forecast of Shipments by Segment
8.2 2016 – 2021 Forecast of Installed Base by Segment

9. REFERENCES

 

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What do you define as POS?
At IHL we believe it is important that we state clearly the definitions of what we are classifying as a POS device. For the purposes of our analysis, we are defining POS as PC-based workstations, namely PC-class Processor-based and LAN-available terminals. Although others might include Electronic Funds Terminals as POS, we do not include them here.

In our research, we do include PC on Cash Drawer Devices (PCOCD), however, we do not attempt to distinguish between vendors unless a particular market is affected significantly.

We do not include Electronic Cash Registers (ECR’s) in our study. Although the lines have blurred as to POS and ECR in terms of processors and connectivity, we believe there is a clear distinction in functionality, expandability, and serviceability between the devices.

What segments are included in the study?
Our format for the study is based on detailed analysis of the following 5 retail market segments:

Bar/Restaurants – Table Service Restaurants and Bars

Quick Service/Fast Food – Fast Food Chains, Food Stands, etc

Lodging: Hotels, Motels, RV Parks, Camp Sites – Includes restaurants, bars, inside the establishments, etc.

Entertainment: Casinos and Cruises – Includes gambling establishments, but not lottery, bingo, etc.

Entertainment: Theme Parks, Ball Parks, Museums, and Other – Wide ranging category that also includes Arcades, Fun Parks, National/Municipal Parks, etc.

 

 

For the purposes of this report we do not count units that are in labs; we only count those in pilot or in rollout.

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