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Top 10 Disruptive Technologies in Fintech
OverviewJuniper’s Top 10 Disruptive Technologies in Fintech research assesses the emerging technologies that, individually and collectively, are taking digital commerce in fresh and exciting new directions. Our new research investigates these disruptive technologies and ranks them according to the scale of their anticipated impact.

It examines how these digital commerce technologies will affect the consumer and B2B (Business to Business) experience, alongside an in-depth analysis of critical barriers and ecosystem readiness.

In addition, the research includes an Impact Assessment Heat Map and Scoring Matrix, and also an analysis of the long term implications of, and strategic recommendations for, each financial technology.

Key Features

  • Top 10 Technologies: Analysis and ranking of the top 10 technologies in fintech, supported by case studies and unique insights.
  • The Opportunity: Analysis of the key benefits and implications for each of these technologies.
  • Juniper’s View: How will these technologies impact moving forwards (in terms of both timescale and likely effect), and what industry stakeholders can do to take advantage.
  • Key Players & Innovators: Identification of leading players and innovative providers, presented alongside case studies.

Key Questions

  1. What are the top 10 technologies for 2017?
  2. What are the emerging opportunities in Fintech, and how can businesses utilise these?
  3. Who are the new players entering fintech what impact are they having?
  4. What are the key trends and developments for 2017 and beyond?
  5. How is the industry set to evolve, and what are the pressures faced by more established providers such as banks and FIs?

Companies Referenced

Alibaba, Amazon, American Express, Apple, Ariel, Audi, Axoni, Barclays, Betterment, BNY Mellon, Boston Dynamics, CBA (Commonwealth Bank of Australia), Charles Schwab, Cheesecake Factory, Clearmatics, Comarch, Deloitte, Denmark’s Central Bank, Deutsche Bank, Digital Asset Holdings, Domino’s, EBA (European Banking Authority), Ernst & Young, Facebook, FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), Finish, Fitbit, Freecharge, FreshDirect, Gemalto, GMO Click Securities, Goldman Sachs, Google, Huawei, Hyperledger Project, IBM, ICAP, Infosys, Intel, JP Morgan Chase, KPMG, Lenovo, LG, Lowe’s Stores, MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore), Mastercard, Microsoft, Misys, MoneyMate Group, Morgan Stanley, Motorola, Mswipe Technologies, Munich Re, NASA, National Australian Bank, Nest, Netsize, PayPal, Pebble, Promontory, PwC, QxBranch, R3 CEV, RBI (Reserve Bank of India), Santander, Schaft, SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), Silverfinch, Simbe, SoftBank, Subway, Swedish Riksbank, Swissquote, TCS, Tesco, TPWG (Transatlantic Policy Working Group Fintech), UBS, UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India), Vanguard, Visa, Volvo, Wealthfront, WeChat, WhatsApp, Whole Foods, YouGov.

Data & Interactive Forecast

Not Applicable 

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Top 10 Disruptive Technologies in Fintech: 2017

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This new study from Juniper Research comprises an essential guide to the fast evolving global fintech industr. Our new Top 10 Disruptive Technologies in Fintech research investigates how the digital commerce market is undergoing a major transformation and how new and disruptive technologies will shake up the commerce sector.
The research ranks the top financial technologies based on critical impact factors, including:
  1. How they affect the consumer experience;
  2. How they impact the B2B (Business to Business) space;
  3. The extent of regulatory barriers to technology deployment and adoption;
  4. Technological clarity, shared industry standards;
  5. Security concerns;
  6. Quality of user experience; and
  7. Ecosystem readiness: is there a settled value chain?
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Research Details

Lauren Foye
Fintech & Payments

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