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Mcommerce digest – Jan 9 - 15, 2012


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

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Mcommerce digest – Jan 9 - 15, 2012

  1. 1. MCommerce Digest –Jan 9-15, 2012
  2. 2. Index• Latest news in Mcommerce 9 – 15 Jan, ’12 Obopay Confidential 2
  3. 3. Latest news in Mcommerce 9 – 15 Jan, ‘12African continent is the second mostconnected region in the world in terms ofmobile subscriptions after Asia-Pacific. million Americans use their mobilephone to access email. Click here to read aninsightful article: concise view of MCommerce holiday seasontrends with online marketing & sales data ofmore than 500 U.S. retailers. season a turning point for mobilecommerce, as sales via the iPhone, iPad andAndroid soar. Website Follow us on
  4. 4. Latest news in Mcommerce 9 – 15 Jan, ‘12 Sears mobile commerce site tops mobile & web performance index with an overall load time & quality of the home page. European Union looks at strengthening e- commerce to double the value of the Internet sector by 2015. The global market for ecommerce to expand at an annual growth rate of 13.5% by 2015. Mobile & ecommerce statistics validate it to be more positive as 2012 progresses. Must read: E-retailers beat out 14 web merchants and topped the list of consumer satisfaction with mobile retail sites and apps. Website Join us on
  5. 5. Weekly Highlights Highlights: 9 – 15 Jan, ‘12 The focus was on the sales figures and trends that has been a turning point in mobile commerce, as sales via the iPhone, iPad and Android soared. Mobile shopping revenues on Android grew by 173 percent compared to last holiday season, while iOS had a 338 percent increase in revenues. The iPad, while generating one-third the traffic of the iPhone and Android, had 33 percent more revenue than both iPhone and Android combined. With the rapid adoption of smartphones and other internet-connected mobile devices, more companies have increased their spending for mobile marketing campaigns and is predicted that mobile ecommerce statistics will be more positive as 2012 progresses.Corporate Website Like us on
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