Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) Report - 2018

October 29, 2018  | Subscribers Only

Bryan Montany Bryan Montany Research Analyst II
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This is the second edition of a study that examines the cutting-edge technology at the forefront of logical and physical security integration. Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) solutions provide unified identity management capabilities across all IT applications, physical security systems and building networks. These systems allow end-users to centrally manage the lifecycle of identities for anyone who comes into contact with the company, including employees, clients, suppliers, contractors and visitors. This includes the ability to deploy identities (card holders), credentials (cards) and assign access rights into one or more vendor-independent physical access control systems.

In this edition of the report, coverage has been expanded to encompass the global PIAM market, with new analysis of market conditions in the Asia Pacific region. This report also now includes company profiles of the PIAM software and services offered by five of the leading PIAM solution providers. Market trends and barriers have also been updated to include new innovations and challenges introduced in the past year.

The report aims to provide qualitative analysis on the benefits and barriers to end-user adoption, while also examining the pricing models and sales channels that are used in the industry. Quantitative analysis of the market is provided in the form of market revenues for software and services as well as market shares for PIAM software providers. Analysis is also offered for five key end-user segments with access control project shipments segmented by level of logical and physical access integration adoption. Five-year forecasts are also provided for all data apart from market shares.

End-user industries segments analyzed in this report include:

  • Education
  • Government & Healthcare
  • Transportation
  • Commercial
  • Industrial

Geographic regions include:

  • The Americas
  • Europe
  • The Middle East
  • Asia Pacific

Bryan Montany

Research Analyst II

Bryan is an analyst for IHS Markit Technology's Security and Building Technologies group.

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