The 2012 First Annapolis Fee-Based Pricing Study provides a data-intensive look at fee-based pricing strategies for small merchants (<$10 million in annual bankcard sales) in the United States. The study provides unique insights into how acquirers are currently pricing these merchant groups.
2012 Mobile Banking and Payments Study: The 3rd edition of the study analyzes year-over-year data, providing a linear perspective of the developments and trends occurring in mobile banking and payments among the top 100 U.S. financial institutions.
2012 Person-to-Person (P2P) Payments Study: Evaluating the P2P payments landscape and leading solutions. This study provides a data-driven analysis on the functionality, performance, business-models, and pricing present in the P2P market. This study is provided in a PowerPoint format with over 60 pages of content and analysis spanning the key factors that are currently driving P2P.
2012 Top 100 Retailer Mobile Payments and Marketing Study: Tracking how mobile is driving new promotional opportunities and payment choices at the virtual and physical points of sale.
The 2011 Acquirer Pricing Study provides a data intensive look at pricing strategies for small merchants (<$10 million in annual bankcard sales) and mid-sized merchants ($10–$50 million in annual bankcard sales) in the United States.
The study is available for $3,500. Purchase of the report includes a one hour walk-through and Q&A session with the authors. The raw data used to create the report will be available upon request for an additional fee.
First Annapolis has released its 2011 Mobile Person-to-Person (P2P) Payments Study. The report provides unique insights into how leading providers of P2P services are leveraging mobile technology and capabilities to offer market-competitive mobile P2P offerings.
First Annapolis has released its study of mobile banking and payments capability and activity among the Top 100 U.S. financial institutions (ranked by deposits). The report is the first data-intensive study of its kind and will provide unique insights into how banks currently leverage mobile as a new channel to reach consumers.