IDC's Consumer Spending Priorities: Tech and Services provides a holistic view of consumer spending across all goods and services, payment methods, and transaction channels for current and emerging technologies. This research tracks the broad forces that alter the matrix of consumer spending behaviors, including macroeconomic influences that are reallocating consumer spending, technological advances altering the broad landscape of payment methods, and business model developments that modify consumer relationships with vendors. This research will size the shifting spend patterns of consumers due to these influences.
- A twice-annual pivot table that allocates consumer spending in the United States along three vectors: goods and services, payment methods, and transaction channels
- Analysis of business models, macroeconomic forces, and technological advances that are impacting the long-term shifts in share among payment methods, spending categories, and transaction channels
- Pivot Table: U.S. Consumer Wallet 2015–2020
- Long-term Changes in Consumer Payment Methods
- Macroeconomic Shifts in Consumer Spending Categories
- Pivot Table: U.S. Consumer Wallet 2016–2021 Update
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
- How is consumer spend shifting as technology and connectivity become critical elements of their lives?
- How is the sharing economy influencing payment patterns?
- What are the next-generation payment models for the consumer market?
- What are the macroeconomic forces affecting consumer spending?
- Which emerging technology vendors are developing innovation solutions that will capture consumer wallet share?
AIRBNB, INC., AT&T Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., American Express Company, Apple Inc., Assurance Wireless of South Carolina, LLC, BT Group plc, BlackBerry, Cablevision Systems Corporation, CenturyLink, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Comcast Corporation, Cox Communications, Inc., Deutsche Telekom AG, EE Limited, Facebook, Inc., France Telecom SA, Google Inc., HP Inc., IBM, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Orange S.A., PayPal Holdings, Inc., Samsung, Scratch Wireless, Inc., Sprint Corporation, Telefonica S.A., Time Warner Cable Inc., TracFone Wireless, Inc., U.S. Cellular Corporation, Uber Inc, Verizon Communications, Inc., Visa Inc., Vodafone Group Plc