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  • In oneweekDanes had collected 15 Mil DKK for Haitianvictims. 9 Mil (60%) collected via Premium SMS( Da SMS-biletter blev introduceret i hovedstadsområdet for 23. januar 2009 blev de første 10.000 sms-biletter solgt i løbet af 12 dage. I dag sælger de 7.000 sms-biletter om dagen og har faktisk øget kundegruppen med 10 %( ”motivation -> action” Grand problem withpremiumSMSes: Telcostakealmosthalf of revenue.
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  • eCommerce, Mobile and mPayments

    1. 1. Ecommerce, Mobile and mPayments<br />Presentation for FDIH seminar “online and mobile payments”<br />
    3. 3. SELECTED CLIENTS<br />
    4. 4. Mobile payments in Denmark at present<br />© Creuna<br />4<br />Busses, X-Factor, Gyldendal and Haiti<br />SMS tickets<br />WAP-billing books(1-click payment)<br />Premium SMSes are everywhere!<br />
    5. 5. Future Mobile Payments?<br />5<br />In Japan since 2004. In Europe from 2012?<br />
    6. 6. What we are looking at<br />Mobile Financial Services Value Chain<br />
    8. 8. Devices And Technology<br />
    9. 9. Mobile web is becoming mainstream<br />
    10. 10. Don’t adapt to platforms - Adapt to Behavior<br />OEM share EU-5last year<br />Unique visitors at week<br />
    11. 11. From 1Q09 to 1Q10 smartphone sales are up +56,7%<br />
    12. 12. Apps or web? – a classic<br />APPS<br />iPhone, Android, Nokia and/or WinMo 7 – All different code<br />You are there on the home screen (along with all the other icons)<br />Access to most phone features, restricted by framework rules<br />App Store CAN be a great distribution channel<br />MOBILE WEB<br />It’s what you already do<br />Please don’t go buy another website, use your own!<br />Tracking, login, user data, products, billing, payments are all there.<br />
    13. 13. Users<br />
    14. 14. Smartphones areonly for men?<br />14<br />50%<br />
    15. 15. 15<br />But the kids?<br />
    16. 16. Women stepping up and usage expanding<br />Source: <br />Product: MobiLens<br />Data: Three month average ending September 09 <br />Country: US -N= 32,811<br />
    17. 17. It’s Really all about Services<br />Source: <br />Product: MobiLens<br />Data: Three month average ending September 09 <br />Country: US -N= 32,811<br />
    18. 18. Mobile webshops arising in Denmark?<br />No, not really<br />Apparently, no one has products to offer to the social, always connected, money at hand, brand defining, product comparing crowd... <br />
    19. 19. Techniques and CONCEPTS<br />
    20. 20. Payments are still in Danish Kr, but...<br />
    21. 21. Mary Meeker’s What and How To Mobile Commerce (freely interpreted)<br />location-based services<br />time-based offers<br />mobile coupons<br />push notifications<br />Easy-to-Use/SecurePayment Systems<br />Small Price Tags<br />Walled Gardens<br />Established Store Fronts<br />Personalization<br />
    22. 22. Offline to online – call to action!<br />Send ”Yes” to 1220<br />Scan/sms the same code and getdifferentthingseveryday<br />Scan the screen and get the information<br />Scan to get info, updates, to report<br />Scan pairedwith time<br />Scan pairedwith locations<br />
    23. 23. Advertising and Time based offers<br />More than 1/3 of mobile users reacted on a mobile ad: Meaning they sought more information, signed up or received a coupon<br />At Kansas they received 50 % - 80 % response within one hour on SMS offers!<br />But is mobile more engaging?<br />More than TV?<br />More than a poster at a bus stop?<br />More than a desktop computer?<br />The whole viral deal: Mobile is much easier shared<br />…And then there is proximity and AR advertisements<br /><br />
    24. 24. Not just internet on a smaller screen:Compareplaces, prices and opinions on spot<br />
    25. 25. New Sales channel by application<br />25<br />Walled garden: Arla mobile cookbook <br />
    26. 26. Add services to your product<br />A heavy walled garden: Q8 Denmark and driving economy<br />
    27. 27. Dinner inspiration at hand<br />27<br />Cross media service: DSB S-Tog turn inspiration into service into buying<br />
    28. 28. Mobile Coupons: ScreenTicket would SellYourMother<br />60 % saw the coupon send to their mobile phone<br />28 % of send coupons where redeemed<br />Clear communication: It looks like a coupon – it is a coupon!<br />Awesome tracking opportunities<br />
    29. 29. More on Mobile Coupons<br />75 % of smartphone users are positive towards receiving mobile coupons for offline buys<br />A coupon can be entertainment in itself<br />A coupon can be something you make yourself (collect bits, by submitting content to web 2.0’ish campaign, by collecting friends in Facebook app etc.)<br /><br />
    30. 30. Identification: Skarp and 3f<br />Mobile phones can be tracked down to its phone number<br />Will work most of the time, but not on WiFi<br />Will provide pretty unique identification<br />Use with care<br />Use for customer convenience<br />
    31. 31. Identification and intelligence<br />Using mobile phone number for one-time logins<br />Great when your users often forget their password<br />Or if you want to get to know your customers better!<br />And then there’s Google and Facebook logins<br />
    32. 32. Webshops as Navigators<br />Mobile payment can be a hassle<br />Good user interface is a challenge<br />From price runners to mobile shops sending leads to non-mobile shops<br />
    33. 33. BankSMS: Old school AND/or game changer?<br />A new payment service by PBS<br />Assigned to your bank account<br />Immediate clearance checks<br />Immediate transactions<br />Keep track of account balance<br />No need for premium SMS!<br />Telcos are to find their place in the value chain – only for campaigns?<br />Still we have faith in “uncle Danny”<br />
    34. 34. Mobile Banking Will make Mpayment Mainstream<br />Instant control of money flows<br />Can I really afford this jacket?<br />Banks are looking to see what they should do<br />Hypes are on apps (for iPhone, Android, Nokia and/or WinMo 7?)<br />Experience comes from web<br />Switching login to NemId<br />
    35. 35. your business: Your services for the mobile context<br />Where are consumers thinking about your brand or products? – Greet them there!<br />When are your customers available for 5 minutes of interaction: Eating breakfast, riding the bus, in front of the telly, before going to bed.<br />There’s that stuff they buy over and over again – make that part easy!<br />Track and trace packages<br />Then track your customers as well<br />
    36. 36. your business: Finding, maintaining, retaining<br />Help people find your mobile site<br />Offline  online in ad material<br />Web  mobile<br />Same URL, same experience<br />On your site, make people stay<br />Cater for dropped internet connections<br />Avoid data entry where possible<br />Reassure users about transaction security<br />Make people come back<br />SMSes: “how was delivery”? “care for free delivery?”<br />Offlineonline content on packaging<br />Mobile friendly newsletters<br />
    37. 37. Convergence Media<br />To communicate in converging media means to meet the audience in different contexts with a service, message or story that is fitted this context. It’s not just fitting into small screens, it’s rethinking for these new opportunities to engage.<br />According to ComScore 43% of people watching online commercial video have stopped a video to visit the brand website. That’s because they can!<br />
    38. 38. Focus<br />Identify the core <br />services to your mobile <br />users and make them easy to access<br />
    39. 39. Presentation for FDIH seminar “online and mobile payments”<br />Thankyou!<br />SIMON KIBSGÅRD<br />Business consultantwithexpertknowledge of mobile businessM: (+45) 22 49 83 41<br /><br />
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