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Mcommerce digest – Feb 6 - 12, 2012


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The presentation focuses on the weekly highlights of Mcommerce, Mbanking sector with the future trends, growth & latest developments of mobile money market globally.

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Mcommerce digest – Feb 6 - 12, 2012

  1. 1. MCommerce Digest –Feb 6-12,2012
  2. 2. Index• Latest news in Mcommerce Feb 6-12, 2012 Obopay Confidential 2
  3. 3. Latest news in Mcommerce Feb 6-12, 2012Over half of mobile owners will use mobilebanking within next 5 years, according toJavelin Strategy & Research. in Mobile banking as consumerpreferences & confidence on the usage ofmobile financial transactions increases. surge in Smartphone sales over2011, paves way for Smartphones todominate the consumer computing sector. insightful read on how mobile bankingcontinues to dominate banks applicationdevelopment initiatives. Website Follow us on
  4. 4. Latest news in Mcommerce Feb 6-12, 2012 Businessmen opt for mcommerce platforms to provide services to their customers through cell phone networks. The Indian handset market witnessed a 14% growth in 2011 with smartphones expected to drive sales going ahead. Consumers in Germany are increasingly using wireless devices to research & buy goods and services. Mobile commerce boosts: Retailers are under increasing pressure to ensure their webstores work properly on mobile devices. Website Join us on
  5. 5. Weekly Highlights Highlights: Feb 6-12, 2012 92% of the largest 25 banks in the U.S. (by deposit size) offer mobile banking, institutions that lack mobile banking risk losing valuable customers to those that offer it. Over twice as many consumers at the largest banks (over $750 billion in deposits) are using mobile banking than are those at credit unions. Phenomenal growth was observed in the mobile and internet banking which was due to the higher consumer preferences and confidence on the usage of these systems for their financial transactions. With the rise of mcommerce industry, there are a number of businessmen who opt for mobile ecommerce platforms to provide a number of services to their customers through cell phone networks. As consumers continue to drive mobile forward as a critical sales channel, retailers are under increasing pressure to keep up market share by ensuring their webstores are configured to work properly on mobile devices.Corporate Website Like us on
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