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The future of mobile commerce

  1. 1. The Future ofMobile Commerce
  2. 2. Agenda Mobile Commerce Evolution Of Mobile Payments Mobile Commerce: Beyond eCommerce Mobile Payments Gateway Integration Mobile Business ApplicationsNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 2
  3. 3. Mobile Commerce Mobile commerce (m-commerce) is the buying and selling of goods and services through wireless handheld devices such as Smartphones and Tablets. It includes the following features:  Creates opportunity to deliver new services to existing customers and to attract new customers  Allows direct access to information on the go  Can be done via the Internet, private communication lines, smart cards, etc.NVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 3
  4. 4. Why Mobile Commerce? Online retailers stepped-up their mobile commerce promotions resulting in a significant increase in mobile traffic and mobile sales. In 2013 more people will use mobile phones than PCs to get online. Gartner Research According to research projections, mobile commerce will cross $30 billion by 2016, growing at a 40% compound rate, in US alone. Forrester Research Globally, consumers are likely to spend $119 billion by 2015 through their mobile phones, which will account for 8% of all e-commerce activity. ABI ResearchNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 4
  5. 5. Evolution Of Mobile Payments Mobile payments are playing a vital role in increasing the market share of mobile commerce in ecommerce market.  Mobile payments will reach $90 billion in 2017. Forrester Research, U.S.  48% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from $12.8 billion spent in 2012. Forrester Research, U.S.  Sales through Smartphones will grow, reaching $13.44 billion in 2013 and $24.32 billion by 2016. eMarketer  28% of Smartphone owners use the device for buying products online.  Shoppers made purchases worth $25 billion in 2012 using their Smartphones and tablets. eMarketerNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 5
  6. 6. Mobile Commerce: Beyond e-commerce Mobile commerce has gone beyond e-commerce in a lot of ways:  Interaction to a wider audience in a more personalized way  Opportunity to connect information with objects in a more direct way  Massive global adoption  Potential to bridge the digital divide  Allow organizations and individuals to reach out to one another more easilyNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 6
  7. 7. Mobile Payment Gateway IntegrationM-commerce sites will be complete only by integrating a reliable payment gateway toprocess credit cards, e-checks, and other payment modes. Payment processing for all majormobile platforms like iOS, Android, BlackBerry.Benefits of Payment Gateway Integration: Flexible service Cost effective solution for money transaction Real time payment Secured over internet Easy installation Quick processing of transaction Instant information processing Online payment receipt Complete transaction historyNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 7
  8. 8. Mobile Business Applications Mobile owners can easily track their order by mobile and also avail full service of discount coupons through following major apps. Extended packaging Consumers access additional information about products & services through their mobile phones Mobile coupons Mobile phones are used both to capture and redeem coupons and discounts Mobile phones are used to check whether or not a Authentication product is genuine Mobile phones are used to re-order products with orders Re-ordering sent to the supplier in a standard format Consumers in supermarkets use their mobile phone to scan Mobile self-scanning products as they do their shoppingNVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 8
  9. 9. LET’S CONNECT…. OFFICE LOCATIONS DEVELOPMENT CENTERS HEADQUARTERS SALES OFFICE CENTER I CENTER II 5201, Great America Pkwy, 81 Oxford St. London DLF Info City Quark City SEZ, Suite 320 W1D2EU, First Floor, Tower E, IT Park A-40, Phase VIII, Santa Clara CA 95054 United Kingdom Chandigarh 160101 Mohali - 160071 Phone : (+1)-408-730-2615 Phone : (+44)-207-993-4843 India India Phone: (+91)-172-433-7709 Phone: (+91)-172-400-8500NVISH SOLUTIONS INC. © 2013 All rights reserved Website: www.nvish.com │ E-Mail: info@nvish.com Slide 9

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