Liminal Projects the Market for Integrated Identity Platforms to Reach $115.9B by 2027 at a 24.6% CAGR over the next five years, outpacing the overall digital identity market
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09 May, 2023, 14:00 ET
New research examines the shift toward end-to-end digital identity solutions that reduce tech stack complexity, improve security, deliver a better customer experience, and build consumer trust.
NEW YORK, May 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new research report from Liminal, “The Rise of Integrated Identity Platforms,” businesses can capture a rapidly growing market opportunity for an end-to-end digital identity solution working across the consumer lifecycle, that is capable of reducing fraud costs for businesses and improving customer engagement.
There is a large and rapidly growing market opportunity for IIPs, and it’s expected to outpace the growth of the overall identity market. Based on 90 market use cases across 18 verticals, there’s a $48.1B TAM for the Integrated Identity Platform market in 2023, growing at a 24.6% CAGR to reach $115.9B by 2027.
Integrated Identity Platforms are comprehensive identity solutions that streamline capabilities across the consumer lifecycle through orchestration and network-sharing capabilities. IIPs are becoming increasingly relevant for businesses with their ability to minimize fraud loss, increase customer conversions, and reduce overhead costs with a simplified tech stack.
“We expect significant market growth for Integrated Identity Platforms as enterprise demand shifts away from point solutions,” said Will Charnley, Managing Director at Liminal. “There are real cost savings for buyers to
simplify their legacy systems while converting more good customers. Consumers stand to benefit from more streamlined, secure digital interactions for an overall better customer experience. Many institutional investors are driving the market towards IIP with their investments and acquisitions, and we expect to see these solutions begin to emerge in the market.”
Compared to current solutions, IIPs have greater potential for network effects due to their orchestration and signal-sharing capabilities, resulting in increased speed, efficiency, and security. As vendors develop capabilities, IIPs are well-positioned to serve many use cases such as credit decisioning, age assurance, targeted marketing, and additional value-added services.
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Liminal is a market intelligence and strategic advisory firm serving digital identity, fintech, cybersecurity solution providers, and the private equity and venture capital community. Since 2016, Liminal has provided strategy and analytical services that support executive decision-making at all product or business lifecycle stages. We advise some of the world’s most prominent and innovative business leaders, investors, and government officials on building, buying, and investing in the next generation of digital identity solutions and technologies.