Mobile commerce needs more mobile payment initiatives, like these three! [5 Reading Tips]

In China, mobile commerce is already a part of everyday life. 82 percent of the revenue from the last “Singles Day” was generated via mobile devices. Customers in this market love to make purchases using their smartphones; especially for small transactions at places like food stands via Alipay or Tenpay (the Alibaba and WeChat e-wallets). … Continue reading "Mobile commerce needs more mobile payment initiatives, like these three! [5 Reading Tips]"

Updated white paper: Success in mobile commerce – Optimisation and best practices

Thanks to the wide spread of smartphones and mobile Internet, consumers are more accessible than ever and shopping takes place wherever consumers happen to be. Some facts indicate that mobile commerce is and will be the most important growth driver within e-commerce and that the smartphone is the cornerstone to succeed in an omnichannel world. … Continue reading "Updated white paper: Success in mobile commerce – Optimisation and best practices"

Throw your credit cards away! The smartphone is your next payment method [5 Reading Tips]

It is exciting times for quick and easy payment methods. Google, Paypal, Apple, and Samsung are recently moving forward in their race to increase the reach of their online and mobile payment solutions. The new payment methods aim to boost conversation rates at the checkout point by enhancing the customer paying experience on every device, … Continue reading "Throw your credit cards away! The smartphone is your next payment method [5 Reading Tips]"

German banks in the digital transformation: challenging PayPal – could it work?

It seems to be trend as the moment, that old, well-established companies banding together in order to finally be able to challenge the large tech conglomerates. So the Pangea network, consisting of CNN, The Guardian, The Economist, The Financial Times and Reuters, is supposed to be standing against Facebook and Google.”United we stand” – that’s … Continue reading "German banks in the digital transformation: challenging PayPal – could it work?"

Battle of the payment providers

Amazon is often the non plus ultra in e-commerce, regardless of the area. But in the field of payment gateways, the Etail company recently had to concede a bitter defeat. In general, the struggle in the payment market is hard, and in Germany it is fuelled by the imminent revolution in the mobile payment sector.

Facebookisation: Twitter is changing

Up to now, social network Twitter has focused on an unfiltered news stream…but these times appear to be over. Similarly to Facebook, particularly relevant Tweets disturb the chronological order. Even Tweets by people you don’t follow will reportedly turn up in your stream in the future.