Strategic Analysis of the Mobility Value Chain, 2017

Mega Trends, Disruptive Technologies, and Partnerships to be the Driving Factors

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This research service analyses the mobility market value chain in detail and discusses the expected trends. The study delves into evolving business models, market consolidations and partnerships, and advanced technology trends shaping the market. It provides the market trends and outlines potential growth avenues for the near future.

Research Scope

For the carsharing and eHailing market segments, the geographic scope is global, while for ridesharing and P2P carsharing, the scope is North America and Europe; for corporate carsharing, the regional scope is Europe.

Research Highlights

The study looks at 5 collaborative business models—car sharing, P2P carhsaring, corporate carsharing, eHailing and ridesharing. Trend analysis is done for 2016 through to 2025. One of the primary reasons for the popularity of these business models is that they help combat pressing issues such as congestion and pollution, which many cities across the world are facing.

Key Features

The key metrics discussed in the study are the various stakeholders in the value chain and the structure of contracts among the stakeholders. The research study also discusses key trends that affect these segments. The mobility market will see a lot of activities in terms of investments and mergers and acquisitions among the many stakeholders. Automakers will be one of the most important stakeholders, as they are trying to look at alternative streams of revenue from the mobility market. There is lot of room for innovation in the shared mobility space for mobility operators, infrastructure providers, and technology software providers, who can keep updating their offerings to provide a more wholesome customer experience.

Research Benefits

This study will benefit the entire automotive value chain, including mobility service providers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), car rental and leasing companies, financial service providers, technology solution providers, and a host of other market participants who are looking to understand mobility market trends and their implications.

Key Issues Addressed

  • How are the various contracts/partnerships among the various stakeholders in the value chain structured?
  • Who are the key stakeholders in the mobility value chain for the 3 business models covered in the study?
  • What is the impact of advanced technologies such as autonomous driving and connectivity on the mobility value chain?
  • What are the partnerships that can be expected to be included as part of the mobility value chain?
  • What are the future trends in the shared mobility market? What are the steps that mobility service providers are likely to take to meet the afore-mentioned demands?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsTraditional Carsharing Value Chain—SnapshotTraditional Carsharing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsRidehailing Value Chain—SnapshotRidehailing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsRidesharing Value Chain—SnapshotRidesharing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsCurrent Trends and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyDefinitions and SegmentationMobility Service CategoriesCarsharing MarketTraditional Carsharing—DefinitionsP2P Carsharing—DefinitionsCorporate Carsharing—DefinitionsCarsharing Value ChainCarsharing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsCarsharing Fleet ProvidersTraditional Carsharing Fleet ProvidersP2P Carsharing Fleet ProvidersCorporate Carsharing Fleet ProvidersOEM Contracts with Carsharing OperatorsLeasing Contracts with Carsharing OperatorsRental Company Partnerships with CSOsCarsharing Technology ProvidersCarsharing Technology ProvidersKey OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers Key OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers (continued)Carsharing Technology Operators—Key TrendsCarsharing OperatorsTraditional Carsharing Operators—OverviewTraditional Carsharing—Key Market ParticipantsP2P Carsharing Operators—OverviewP2P Carsharing—Key Market ParticipantsCorporate Carsharing Operators—OverviewCorporate Carsharing—Key Market ParticipantsCarsharing Operators—Key TrendsOperational and Infrastructure SupportInsurance Providers as Part of the Value ChainCarsharing—Insurance Providers’ RolePayment Provider EvolutionVehicle Maintenance as Part of the Value ChainVehicle Maintenance—ExamplesAutolib—Vehicle MaintenanceEV Charging as Part of the Value ChainParking as Part of the Value ChainCarsharing Value Chain—ExamplesCarsharing Value Chain—ExamplesCarsharing Value Chain—Examples (continued)Carsharing Value Chain—Examples (continued)Carsharing Value Chain—Examples (continued)Ridehailing MarketRidehailing—DefinitionsRidehailing Value ChainRidehailing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsRidehailing Fleet ProvidersRidehailing Fleet ProvidersVehicle Financing/Rental OptionsVehicle Financing/Rental Options (continued)Uber Vehicle Finance Options—ExampleFleet Leasing Arms/Companies—Key TrendsRidehailing Technology ProvidersRidehailing Technology ProvidersKey OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers Key OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers (continued)Ridehailing OperatorsRidehailing Operators—OverviewKey Market TrendsRidehailing Market—Key ParticipantsOperational and Infrastructure SupportInsurance Model in RidehailingInsurance Providers as Part of Ridehailing Value ChainSample Insurance Coverage by Ridehailing CompaniesVehicle Maintenance as Part of the Value ChainVehicle Maintenance Providers—ExamplesPublic Transit Collaboration with Ridehailing Service ProvidersFuture Partnerships in the Value ChainRidehailing Value Chain—ExamplesRidehailing Value Chain—ExamplesRidesharing MarketRidesharing—DefinitionsRidesharing Value ChainRidesharing Value Chain—Roles of ActorsRidesharing Fleet ProvidersRidesharing Fleet ProvidersRidesharing Technology ProvidersRidesharing Technology ProvidersKey OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers Key OTS Aftermarket Solution Providers (continued)Ridesharing OperatorsFixed Ridesharing Operators—OverviewDynamic Ridesharing Operators—OverviewCorporate Ridesharing Operators—OverviewRidesharing Market—Key ParticipantsRidesharing Operators—Key TrendsOperational and Infrastructure SupportInsurance in RidesharingRidesharing Market—Future PartnershipsRidesharing Value Chain—ExamplesRidesharing Value Chain—ExamplesGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Mobility Business ModelsStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Conclusions and Future Outlook—Total MarketKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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