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Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market to be Worth $38.16 Billion by 2030: Grand View Research, Inc.

Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market to be Worth $38.16 Billion by 2030: Grand View Research, Inc.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The global restaurant point of sale terminal market size is…



Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market to be Worth $38.16 Billion by 2030: Grand View Research, Inc.

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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The global restaurant point of sale terminal market size is expected to reach USD 38.16 billion by 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 8.0% from 2023 to 2030. The need to accelerate inventory tracking, multiple payment options, quick service, automated analysis, centralized recipe, menu management, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is enhancing the demand in the restaurant Point-of-Sale (POS) terminal industry.

Key Industry Insights & Findings from the report:

  • POS demand in QSRs is expected to witness modest growth exceeding 8.5% CAGR over the forecast period. This demand is attributed to the rise in the number of small and large QSRs worldwide, a trend expected to continue amidst the pandemic.
  • The swipe card machine segment is expected to account for approximately USD 8,142.0 million by 2030. The need to provide secure and quick cashless payment options to customers is expected to contribute to the segment's growth. Moreover, social distancing during the pandemic is expected to boost demand for cashless payment options using POS terminals.
  • Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand at 9.9% CAGR over the forecast period. Increasing usage of credit/debit cards as a payment option along with a rise in the number of quick-service restaurants is expected to favor regional demand over the next few years. The POS industry is anticipated to capitalize on the opportunities in countries including Japan, South Korea, India, and Vietnam.
  • The key players include Ingenico Group (acquired by Worldline); PAX Technology Ltd.; Verifone Systems Inc.; NCR Corp.; EposNow; Harbortouch Payments, Aireus Inc.; Aireus Inc; Dinerware, Inc.; Posist; LLC; LimeTray; POSsible POS; Posera, ShopKeep (acquired by LightSpeed); Toshiba Corp.; Upserve, Inc.; and TouchBistro

Read 153-page market research report, "Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product (Fixed & Mobile), By Component, By Deployment, By Application, By End-user, By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2023 - 2030", published by Grand View Research.

Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market Growth & Trends

The COVID-19 pandemic decelerated the market growth owing to the closed restaurant operations while only the online order system was in-service. The restaurant sector started its recovery in 2021 and POS vendors have adopted new approaches to introduce beneficial features for creating the recovery roadmap for restaurants.

Restaurants, bars, and food service providers rely highly on POS technology to track sales, products, operations, and inventory. Touchscreen ordering technology is ideal to ensure precise procurement of customer orders. The POS technology tends to account for the largest portion of the restaurants' IT budgets and investments, as it serves as an important tool to track sales. Large restaurants including nightclubs, dining restaurants, hotels, cafes, breweries, pubs, wineries, and casinos have high-priced menus, and customers prefer card payment in such a scenario. Therefore, the menu price and size of the restaurants act as a stimulus to augment the demand for restaurant POS terminals.

Restaurants' POS terminals for back-end and front-end operations can be deployed separately to segregate the workload and keep administrative task management at the back-end. This also helps in securing sensitive business information and in control of the management to avoid a data breach. Furthermore, the rise in the number of Full-Service Restaurants (FSRs) and Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs) in major cities across the world is promoting the adoption of restaurant POS terminals.

Moreover, the new demand is being generated for POS terminals as some of the largest QSR vendors such as Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, Pizza Hut, McDonald's, Wendy's, Subway, KFC, and Burger King are expanding their business and opening new outlets across the world. The restaurant POS terminal streamlines everyday operations for these large QSRs that need to keep their inventory loaded due to the rising number of customers consuming fast foods. Hence, the POS system deployment benefits QSRs by facilitating quick order placement and payment processing while also supporting similar services for online orders. For instance, the PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. acquired Linga a point-of-sale payments solutions firm that provides cloud-based restaurant operating solutions. Through this acquisition, both firms aim to expand corporate payment facilities as well as investment solutions.

Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market Segmentation

Grand View Research has segmented the global restaurant point-of-sale terminal market based on product, component, deployment, application, end-user, and region

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - Product Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • Fixed
    • Self-serve Kiosks
    • Cash Counters Terminal
    • Vending Machine
  • Mobile

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - Component Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • Hardware
    • Swipe Card Machine
    • Touch Screen/Desktop
    • Others
    • Software

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - Deployment Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • Cloud
  • On-premises

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • Front-End
  • Back-End

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - End-user Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • Full-Service Restaurant (FSR)
    • Fine Dine
    • Casual Dine
  • Quick Service Restaurant (QSR)
  • Institutional
  • Others

Restaurant POS Terminal Market - Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2018 - 2030)

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
  • Europe
    • U.K.
    • Germany
    • France
    • Italy
    • Spain
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Australia
    • South Korea
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Argentina
  • Middle East & Africa (MEA)
    • UAE
    • Saudi Arabia
    • South Africa

List of Key Players in the Restaurant Point Of Sale Terminal Market

  • PAX Technology Limited
  • Verifone Systems Inc.
  • NCR Corporation
  • Revel Systems
  • Aireus Inc.
  • Dinerware, Inc.
  • Posist
  • EposNow
  • LimeTray
  • POSsible POS
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Posera
  • ShopKeep (acquired by LightSpeed)
  • Squirrel Systems
  • TouchBistro
  • Upserve, Inc.

Check out more related studies published by Grand View Research:

  • U.S. Restaurant Point Of Sale Solution MarketThe U.S. restaurant point of sale solution market size is expected to reach USD 4.74 billion by 2028, expanding at a CAGR of 3.9% from 2021 to 2028, according to the new study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. The rising demand for digital solutions for effectively managing restaurant business operations such as tracking employee attendance, inventory, online food order delivery status, and recording orders and sales is expected to drive the market growth.
  • Mobile Point-Of-Sale Systems MarketThe global mobile POS terminals market size is expected to reach USD 85.11 billion by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of 11.1% from 2023 to 2030 according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Mobile POS terminals have evolved from basic payment processing tools to advanced analytics solution providers with greater processing capability and wireless communication support. The inflection of these terminals came with the adoption of consumer-grade devices such as tablets for business use. Ubiquitous wireless connectivity such as Bluetooth, availability of mobile printers, scanners, card readers, and peripheral devices; and multiple platform support have driven the mobile POS terminals market in various applications.
  • U.K. Point Of Sale Software Market - The global U.K. point of sale software market size is expected to reach USD 1.05 billion by 2028, expanding at a CAGR of 8.1% from 2021 to 2028, according to the new study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. The integration of a Point-Of-Sale (POS) solution with capabilities such as sales reports monitoring, cash flow recording, product demand analysis, tracking delivery status, and inventory management ensure systematic functioning and upscaling of a business. The adoption of POS software is directly impacted by the demand for POS terminals, which is witnessing growth in demand due to changing lifestyles and government policies.
  • Global Point-of-Sale Terminal MarketThe global point-of-sale terminal market size is expected to reach USD 181.5 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 8.3% over the forecast period, according to a new study by Grand View Research Inc. Increasing demand for Point-of-Sale (POS) terminals from various end-use industries, an increase of modern drive-thru, and rising preference for affordable wireless technologies is anticipated to be among the significant factors driving the industry growth over the forecast period.
  • Point-of-Sale Software Market - The global point-of-sale software market size is expected to reach USD 27.71 billion by 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., expanding at a CAGR of 10.8% over the forecast period. The industry is expected to witness substantial growth owing to the need for compatible software for POS system functioning.

Browse through Grand View Research's Electronic Devices Industry Research Reports.

About Grand View Research

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Fed, central banks enhance ‘swap lines’ to combat banking crisis

Currency swap lines have been used during times of crisis in the past, such as the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.



Currency swap lines have been used during times of crisis in the past, such as the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced a coordinated effort with five other central banks aimed at keeping the U.S. dollar flowing amid a series of banking blowups in the U.S. and in Europe.

The March 19 announcement from the U.S. Fed comes only a few hours after Swiss-based bank Credit Suisse was bought out by UBS for nearly $2 billion as part of an emergency plan led by Swiss authorities to preserve the country's financial stability.

According to the Federal Reserve Board, a plan to shore up liquidity conditions will be carried out through “swap lines” — an agreement between two central banks to exchange currencies.

Swap lines previously served as an emergency-like action for the Federal Reserve in the 2007-2008 global financial crisis and the 2020 response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Federal Reserve-initiated swap lines are designed to improve liquidity in dollar funding markets during tough economic conditions.

"To improve the swap lines’ effectiveness in providing U.S. dollar funding, the central banks currently offering U.S. dollar operations have agreed to increase the frequency of seven-day maturity operations from weekly to daily," the Fed said in a statement.

The swap line network will include the Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank and the Swiss National Bank. It will start on March 20 and continue at least until April 30.

The move also comes amid a negative outlook for the U.S. banking system, with Silvergate Bank and Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapsing and the New York District of Financial Services (NYDFS) takeover of Signature Bank.

The Federal Reserve however made no direct reference to the recent banking crisis in its statement. Instead, it explained that they implemented the swap line agreement to strengthen the supply of credit to households and businesses:

“The network of swap lines among these central banks is a set of available standing facilities and serve as an important liquidity backstop to ease strains in global funding markets, thereby helping to mitigate the effects of such strains on the supply of credit to households and businesses.”

The latest announcement from the Fed has sparked a debate about whether the arrangement constitutes quantitative easing.

U.S. economist Danielle DiMartino Booth argued however that the arrangements are unrelated to quantitative easing or inflation and that it does not "loosen" financial conditions:

The Federal Reserve has been working to prevent an escalation of the banking crisis.

Related: Banking crisis: What does it mean for crypto?

Last week, the Federal Reserve set up a $25 billion funding program to ensure banks have sufficient liquidity to cover customer needs amid tough market conditions.

A recent analysis by several economists on the SVB collapse found that up to 186 U.S. banks are at risk of insolvency:

“Even if only half of uninsured depositors decide to withdraw, almost 190 banks are at a potential risk of impairment to insured depositors, with potentially $300 billion of insured deposits at risk.”

Cointelegraph reached out to the Federal Reserve for comment but did not receive an immediate response.

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MGM Shares Surprising Las Vegas Strip News

Two of the resort casino operator’s executives spoke at a recent event where they talked about Las Vegas’s covid comeback.



Two of the resort casino operator's executives spoke at a recent event where they talked about Las Vegas's covid comeback.

The Las Vegas Strip suffered during the covid pandemic when lights on the iconic 4.2-mile stretch of road literally went dark due to a government-mandated closure. Recovery, however, has been not exactly a straight line because the lingering impact of the pandemic has been a drag on some key business areas.

The two biggest players on the Strip -- Caesars Entertainment (CZR) - Get Free Report and MGM Resorts International (MGM) - Get Free Report -- have both had to make decisions without being able to use the past as a guide. In most years, for example, you could make a reasonable guess as to how many people might visit the city during a major convention based on how many attendees that show had the past year.

DON'T MISS: Las Vegas Strip Faces a New Post-Pandemic Reality

Covid, however, changed that equation. Some companies have realized that maybe they don't need to spend the money on exhibiting or attending shows while others may have employees reticent to be in crowded spaces.

In addition, some major events -- like CES in 2022 -- saw attendance plummet at the last minute due to a spike in covid numbers. Add in that international travelers and some more-vulnerable populations have continued to be wary of travel and it makes planning a challenge for Caesars and MGM.

All of this has led to low prices for tourists and business travelers -- especially those who booked far in advance. That has been slowly changing, especially for major non-business tourist events like March Madness, the NFL Draft, and November's Formula 1 race (a weekend where Caesars, MGM, and the other Strip operators may break pricing records).

Rising prices and a rebounding convention business don't mean the end of Las Vegas as a value destination for tourists, according to MGM COO Corey Sanders, who spoke at the recent J.P. Morgan Gaming, Lodging, Restaurant & Leisure Management Access Forum in Las Vegas. 


MGM Expects a Convention Comeback (Just Not Yet)

Although Las Vegas has largely returned to normal after its covid disruptions, room rates at many Caesars and MGM properties remain below historic norms. That's at least partially because the convention business remained soft in 2022 and not having those huge blocks of rooms booked led to the casino operators generally keeping prices low.

That's expected to continue through 2023, according to Sanders, reported.

"With regards to convention, in particular with MGM, we’re going to be down a little bit this year. Some of it is strategic. We have made a decision that on weekends, we’ll put less convention business in our buildings,” he shared.

Fewer rooms booked for conventions generally means lower rates across the Strip.

Sanders said he expected 2023 to be a "decent" year for MGM's Strip convention business, but he believes that 2024 and 2025 will be stronger.

MGM Sees the Value of an Affordable Las Vegas

A convention business bounceback, however, does not mean an end to affordable Las Vegas Strip hotel rooms, according to MGM Senior Vice President Sarah Rogers, who joined Sanders onstage. She made it clear that MGM understands that the Las Vegas Strip must maintain its status as an affordable vacation destination.

“We still offer a relative value. That gap has tightened a little bit,” said Rogers. “Some of those drivers that have allowed us to sustain that are things like continued programming, improved product, and the suite offering that we have. So we’re comfortable that we still offer relative value.”

Sanders also pointed out that "much of the increase in traffic at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas is attributable to economy carriers, meaning the travel costs to get to the U.S. casino hub are, broadly speaking, tolerable for a broad swath of customers,"'s Todd Shriber wrote. 


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The Growing Auto Loan Problem Facing Young Americans

The Growing Auto Loan Problem Facing Young Americans

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have taken on significantly more debt to buy vehicles….



The Growing Auto Loan Problem Facing Young Americans

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have taken on significantly more debt to buy vehicles. This is especially true for Gen Z and Millennials, who the Federal Reserve believes may have borrowed beyond their means.

In this infographic, Visual Capitalist's Marcu Lu visualizes data from the Fed’s most recent consumer debt update.

Aggressive Borrowing

The first chart in this graphic shows the growth in outstanding car loans between Q2 2020 (start of the pandemic) to Q4 2022 (latest available).

We can see that Americans under the age of 40 have grown their vehicle-related debt the most. It’s natural for Gen Z (ages 11-26) to have higher growth figures because many of them are buying their first car, but 31% is quite high relatively speaking.

Part of this can be attributed to today’s inflationary environment, which has pushed used car prices to new highs. Supply chain issues have also resulted in over 30% of new cars being sold above MSRP.

Because of these rising prices, the Fed reports that the average auto loan is now $24,000, up 41% from 2019’s value of $17,000.

Spiking Delinquencies

Interest rates on auto loans are typically fixed, meaning many young Americans were able to take advantage of the low rates seen during the pandemic.

Despite this, one in five Gen Zs say that their car payments account for over 20% of their after-tax income.

Shown in the second chart of this infographic, the amount of auto debt transitioning into serious delinquency is much higher for Gen Z and Millennials. Throughout 2022, these generations saw $20 billion in auto debt fall 90+ days behind.

The outlook for these struggling borrowers is bleak. First there’s inflation, which has pushed up the prices of most consumer goods. This eats into their ability to make car payments.

Second is rising interest rates, which make credit card debt—another pain point for young borrowers—even more costly. Finally, there’s student loans, which are expected to resume in summer 2023. Payments on student debt have been suspended since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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