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Latin/South America Retail POS Terminal Market Study

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Latin/South America Retail POS Terminal Market Study
Published: March 22, 2018 Content info:
Description

Walmart and the 2016 Summer Olympics helped to drive POS adoption throughout Latin/South America. The market for POS in LATAM continues to grow. Large western retailers continue to expand in the market, bringing new POS terminals with them. Yet not all the news is good news. Natural disasters, political unrest and economic issues threaten pockets of future growth. These trends and more are in our latest study.

Our Latin/South America POS terminal market study is 57 pages in length and has 22 figures. It explores the market climate for POS terminals throughout the Latin/Central and South American region. More than just numbers without explanation, this report goes deep into discussion of retailing in the countries and segments to reveal the forces that are shaping POS purchase decisions. We believe it is important for our customers to not only see numbers, but understand the market behind the data so as to make more informed decisions for the future. The report includes country-by-country shipments, installed base, forecasts and trends for the electronic point-of-sale terminal market in LATAM. Note that this is not a vendor market share report (other than operating systems and processor types), but rather a fresh look at the state of POS technology in the world's fastest growing market.

Additionally, the report covers emerging trends and influences that affected the market in 2017 and those that will help form market decisions in the future. It also includes estimated market value for shipments and installed base and a forecast for shipments and installed base through 2022.

Highlights

Along with the general retail environment for each country/region, we discuss the country by country shipments, installed base, and forecasts for the following retail market segments:

  • Food/Supermarket: Stores that sell food and grocery items and have between 4-20 terminals per store.
  • Drug Stores/Pharmacy: Stores that sell personal care and medicinal items and have 2-5 terminals per store.
  • Hypermarkets: This is a broad segment that varies by country. In many, it includes a full service Food store as well as products typically included at Discounters under one roof. In other countries, stores can range anywhere from a Superstore format (think Wal-Mart Supercenter) to a full-line Department Store (with large appliances) combined with a full-line Grocery store.
  • Department Stores: Traditionally larger format stores, upscale in products and including hard and soft goods with department style checkout.
  • Mass Merchants: Like a Hypermarket format, only carrying non-food items or limited food items and using a front-end checkout. Also includes Discounters.
  • Specialty Stores: Stores that focus on particular product line niches. Includes apparel, news, shoes, and DIY type stores.
  • Convenience/Gas: Stores selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items; open long hours for the convenience of customers.
  • Hospitality: Includes Restaurants, Bars, Pubs and Hotels.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction
  • Market Segment Definitions
  • POS Definitions Used
  • Country Details

1. POS-Related Trends in LATAM Retail

2. Latin America Market Overview

3. Mexico

  • 3.1 Retail Overview
  • 3.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 3.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

4. Brazil

  • 4.1 Retail Overview
  • 4.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 4.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

5. Colombia

  • 5.1 Retail Overview
  • 5.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 5.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

6. Chile

  • 6.1 Retail Overview
  • 6.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 6.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

7. Argentina

  • 7.1 Retail Overview
  • 7.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 7.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

8. Peru

  • 8.1 Retail Overview
  • 8.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 8.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

9. Venezuela

  • 9.1 Retail Overview
  • 9.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 9.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

10. Other Latin America

  • 10.1 Retail Overview
  • 10.2 POS Shipments History and Forecast
  • 10.3 POS Installed Base History and Forecast

11. Summary Tables

  • 11.1 Historical Shipments by Segment from 2015 - 2017
  • 11.2 Historical Installed Base by Segment from 2015 - 2017

12. Forecasts

  • 12.1 Forecast Shipments by Segment from 2017 - 2022
  • 12.2 Forecast Installed Base by Segment from 2017 - 2022

13. References

List of Figures

  • Figure 1 POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 2 POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 3 Mexico POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 4 Mexico POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 5 Brazil POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 6 Brazil POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 7 Colombia POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 8 Colombia POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 9 Chile POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 10 Chile POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 11 Argentina POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 12 Argentina POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 13 Peru POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 14 Peru POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 15 Venezuela POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 16 Venezuela POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 17 Other LATAM POS Shipment History and Forecast
  • Figure 18 Other LATAM POS Installed Base History and Forecast
  • Figure 19 Historical Shipments by Segment from 2015 - 2017
  • Figure 20 Historical Installed base by Segment from 2015 - 2017
  • Figure 21 Forecast Shipments by Segment thru 2022
  • Figure 22 Forecast Installed Base by Segment thru 2022
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