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  1. 1. Providing in-depth insight, data, and analysis of everything digital. The Top 5 Digital Trends of 2016 Mobile | Digital Media | Payments | E-Commerce | Internet of Things
  2. 2. The World Is Now Digital Today, nearly 43% of the world is connected to the internet1, enabling us to talk, share photos, and conduct business halfway across the globe. As a result, we have seen more technological advancements in the past 10 years than we’ve witnessed in the past 10,000 years. And in the next five years, we’ll see even more advancements. In this overview provided by BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium subscription research service, we identify the key trend in each of our top vertical areas including Mobile, E-Commerce, Digital Media, Digital Financial Services, and the Internet of Things. 2
  3. 3. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 WhatsApp Facebook Messenger WeChat Viber LINE Snapchat Tango Kik KakaoTalk 3 MOBILE: Messaging apps are the new OS The top four messaging apps in the world have nearly 3 billion monthly active users and are opened almost five times as much as regular apps. Because users spend so much time in these apps, companies are leveraging the apps to connect with their customers. Facebook Is Dominating The Messaging App Wars The two largest messaging apps in the world – Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp – are both owned by Facebook. What’s more, these two apps are global, meaning Facebook reaches both the Eastern and Western worlds. Calls Chat GIFs Games Stickers VoIP Taxi E-commerce Music Video Payments URL Bar / Search Utilities QR Codes Apps On Top Of Apps Companies throughout the world have realized that messaging apps are a great way to connect with their customers. Therefore, many companies have leveraged the apps to sell goods, promote products, chat with customers, and more. 2015 Messaging Apps MAU2
  4. 4. 4 DIGITAL MEDIA: The rise of the bots Programmatic advertising — or the automatic buying and selling of ad impressions — has exploded in recent years, as the digital shift has led to an increase in ad inventory. But the rise of programmatic has also led to a massive ad fraud problem in which traffic bots are penetrating the ecosystem, mimicking human behavior, and siphoning billions from the digital media industry. 52% 20% 29% Actual Human Traffic A little over half of all traffic on the internet is from actual humans. The ‘Good Bots’ 30% of global internet traffic comes from “good bots” – or bots that can be easily detected as nonhuman viewers. These bots are often built to collect and track information. The ‘Bad Bots’ ‘Bad bot” traffic imitates user behavior to boost website audience numbers, generate revenue for the host website, or steal revenue from the advertiser. It disrupts the delivery of the right ad to the right user. “Bad bots” accounted for nearly 20% of all internet traffic and cost advertisers $6.3 billion in 2015 5. 2015 Online Traffic Sources4
  5. 5. Consumer Adoption Compatible Terminals PAYMENTS: What comes first? Mobile in-store payments have gained traction over the past two years. The EMV migration and the launch of mobile wallet solutions from smartphone providers have been the two largest enabling factors for in-store mobile payments. Consumers will be further incentivized by offer and loyalty programs, which will drive up volume. & A Chicken And Egg Problem Before merchants upgrade their terminals they want to know if there is demand for mobile payments. For consumers to adopt mobile payments, they need to be able to use them. So the question is, “which will come first?” Mobile Wallets Are Plentiful Tech companies, such as Apple, Samsung, and Google, have released mobile wallet solutions that come native on the vast majority of smartphones. Retailers Are Onboard In the US, the EMV migration is forcing retailers to upgrade their POS systems. To stay ahead of the curve, many are opting for NFC-compatibility as well. That solves acceptance. Already, 2 million retail locations currently accept Apple Pay6. Consumers See The Benefits We expect 65% of the US population will make a mobile payment at least once in 2019, up from 8% in 20152. Incentives, including store-loyalty cards, could be the primary driver for consumer adoption. The 3 In-Store Payments Market Drivers 1 2 3 5
  6. 6. 6 E-COMMERCE: Shipping innovation As e-commerce continues to grow, retailers have to ship more packages, which is overwhelming shipping companies. As a result, shipping companies are raising their rates. But this increase is causing mega-retailers, like Amazon and Walmart, to create their own shipping solutions. Amazon Prime Air* $1.00 Amazon Same- Day $8.99 Google Shopping $4.99 UPS Ground $12.92 FedEx Ground $8.32 USPS Priority 1- Day $5.25 $0 $2 $4 $6 $8 $10 $12 $14 DeliveryFee *Launch date unknown, and delivery fee is an estimate Delivery Fee That Consumers Pay For A Small Package 2.2kg (5lb) package delivered within 16.1km (10 miles) in the US7 30 MINUTES SAME-DAY NEXT-DAY Mega-Retailers Are Creating Their Own Shipping Solutions USPS shipping rates are going up in January 2016:  Priority Mail rates increased nearly 10%.  Prices for Parcel Select Lightweight increased 23%. Parcel Select Lightweight is USPS' lowest-priced shipping option and is exclusively for shipments booked online.  First Class Package International Service rates increased 22%
  7. 7. 7 IoT: The Next Industrial Revolution Businesses in almost every industry throughout the world are realizing how they can leverage Internet of Things (IoT) devices to lower operating costs, increase productivity, expand to new markets, and develop new product offerings. Over the next five years, we expect enterprise investments in IoT solutions to total over $3 trillion3. We estimate those investments in IoT solutions will generate a nearly $8 trillion ROI3 by 2020. Manufacturing 35% of manufacturers already use smart sensors, 10% plan to implement them within a year, and 8% plan to implement them within three years, according to PwC8. 74% of insurance executives said they believe the IoT will disrupt insurance within the next five years, and 74% plan to invest in developing and implementing IoT strategies by 2016, according to an SMA Research survey9. Insurance We estimate 5.4 million IoT devices will be used on oil extraction sites by 20203. The devices will primarily be internet-connected sensors used to provide environmental metrics about extraction sites. Oil, gas, and mining Agriculture We estimate that IoT devices shipped for agricultural uses will grow at a 20% CAGR3, to reach 70 million devices in 2020. These devices are primary sensors placed in soil to track acidity levels, temperature, and variables that help farmers increase crop yields. We estimate 310 million IoT devices will be used by food services companies by 20203. The majority of these devices will be digital signs connected throughout grocery stores and fast-food companies. Food ServicesUtilities Energy companies throughout the world are trying to meet rising demand in energy. To do this, they will be installing nearly 1 billion smart meters by 20203. Retail Beacons, paired with mobile apps, are being used in stores to monitor customer behavior and push advertisements to customers. In the US, we estimate $44.4 billion will be generated from beacon-triggered messages3. Healthcare We estimate 646 million IoT devices will be used for healthcare by 20203. Connected healthcare devices can collect data, automate processes, and more. But these devices can also be hacked, thereby posing a threat to the patients who rely on them. 8 Industries Being Transformed By The IoT
  8. 8. 8 Powered by Business Insider and trusted by thousands of business professionals, BI Intelligence offers essential insight and analysis on disruptive technologies, helping to drive successful decision making. Our Coverage Areas:  Internet of Things  Payments  E-Commerce  Digital Media  Mobile What We Deliver:  Over 100 Extensive Research Reports  At Least 1 New Report/Week  5 Insightful Daily Newsletters  Actionable Charts & Data  Online Research Center Learn more about BI Intelligence today: http://read.bi/bii-5-top-trends
  9. 9. 9 "I have found at least one great piece of new, useful information in the BI Intelligence newsletters every single day. They are quick and to-the-point. BII is coming out with new and insightful information every single day.” Peter Sedlarcik, EVP - Business Insights & Intelligence, Havas Media "BI Intelligence is one of the main resources I use on a daily basis to stay ahead of the ever-changing digital media curve. The BII research team publishes great charts and reports in a timely manner. I find about 4 or 5 reports to be useful every month." Francis Che, Head Of Insights Strategy & Research – APAC, Yahoo ”BII research has no agenda – it’s an objective source of market intel. Plus, BII analyzes info from multiple sources. As a smaller company, that’s super valuable to us." Dee Dee Walsh, VP of Marketing & Business Development, Mobilize.net
  10. 10. 10 Sources: 1. International Telecommunications Union 2. Companies, BI Intelligence Estimates 3. BI Intelligence Estimates 4. Imperva Incapsula 5. IAB 6. Digital Trends 7. ARK Investment Management, Company Info 8. PriceWaterhouse Coopers 9. SMA Research 10.Penguin/Shutterstock, Julia Tim/Shutterstock, Olga Lebedeva/Shutterstock, eatcute/Shutterstock, Max Gribodoev/Shutterstock, T-Kot/Shutterstock, microvector/Shutterstock, Ira Yapanda/Shutterstock, Sentavio/Shutterstock, Vadam Ervmak/Shutterstock, Oxy_Gen/Shutterstock, ProStockStudio/Shutterstock Learn more about BI Intelligence subscription options at: http://read.bi/bii-5-top-trends

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