Amsterdam, November 9, 2023 – Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint’s third paper in its Mobility 2030 series examines: “What happens to your business when users prioritize the consumption of mobility services over ownership?”. BearingPoint’s research indicates that by 2030, 80 percent of survey respondents expect to be using a single app or platform for all personal or public mobility-related services, whether for booking or requesting vehicle type (e.g., car, bus, bike, train, plane) billing, infotainment, and complementary services. Software service platforms will drive a revolution across the entire mobility landscape, disrupting incumbents in all sectors and continuing to create opportunities for new entrants into the ecosystem. The BearingPoint study suggests that the ability for all organizations in the ecosystem to redesign and reorientate their services and value propositions will be key differentiators in the future mobility ecosystem.
All industries must adjust to the mobility ecosystem of 2030. They must look at their current business model now to ensure they are fit for purpose in a future driven by services rather than hardware alone. This will mean all players will have to reorganize to face the future, focusing on the customer, whether it is B2B or B2C, ensuring they are sustainable and embrace an ecosystem that incorporates data and forecasting.
Dr. Stefan Penthin, Global Leader Automotive and Industrial Manufacturing at BearingPoint
The conclusion is that all players in the mobility industry will have to deliver in five areas to be able to compete and differentiate themselves in the 2030 mobility ecosystem.
Our insights in this study show that in every country government and public sector agencies have a key role as enablers in the changing mobility ecosystems. This includes planning for and funding appropriate infrastructure, facilitating a market for new and innovative service providers, providing information and incentives to citizens to support behavioral change, and integrating services and modes, in addition to ongoing regulation, licensing and enforcement.
Andrew Montgomery, Global Leader Government and Public Sector at BearingPoint
The study is based on BearingPoint’s research, the views from clients across all industry sectors, and input from sector and technology leaders from throughout the firm. It is part of a series of insights and research that are being published regularly.
For more details and insights, you can download the study here: https://www.bearingpoint.com/en/insights-events/insights/destination-2030-mobility-services/
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