Articles Comments

QR Code Press Mobile Commerce News Articles

QR Code Press » Commercial

World Store mobile commerce platform hopes to compete with e-commerce giants

World Store mobile commerce platform hopes to compete with e-commerce giants

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); GGIS unveils a new mobile commerce platform that it hopes will rival platforms from Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba GGIS, Inc., a developer focused on the mobile space, has announced that it will be launching a massive mobile commerce platform that aims to rival solutions from Amazon, eBay, and even Alibaba. The platform will be called World Store and GGIS notes that it is being designed for the “21st century,” targeting millennials as … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, Mobile Commerce, Mobile Payments

Mobile commerce is being driven by cheaper smartphones

Mobile commerce is being driven by cheaper smartphones

Smartphone based shopping saw an growth of an astounding 800 percent last year, and it is still rising. According to data that has been released by Flipkart, an online retailer, it is expecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in mobile commerce of another 150 percent that will occur until 2016. Smartphones are tremendously commonplace and are vital to the growth of the m-commerce sector in India. At the moment, e-commerce in India is estimated to be worth … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, International, Mobile Commerce, Trends

Panera Bread launches new mobile payments application

Panera Bread launches new mobile payments application

New app aims to help Panera Bread recover from operational struggles Panera Bread Company has launched a new mobile application that aims to help the company recover from the operational struggles it has faced over the past 18 months. The mobile app is meant to help the company’s restaurants better manage the high volume of orders they receive during peak hours by taking advantage of the mobile commerce scene. More consumers are beginning to use their … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, Mobile Apps, Mobile Commerce, Mobile Payments

Mobile commerce will be used by 86 percent of Australians in the next year

Mobile commerce will be used by 86 percent of Australians in the next year

A new survey has shown that the upcoming 12 months will see considerable growth in this market. A new report from InMobi has revealed the results of their research and data analysis, which has shown that over the year that followed the study, almost 86 percent of consumers in Australia intend to engage in mobile commerce. This would represent a growth of 11 percent over the figures recorded at the same time in 2013. About 34 percent of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, International, Mobile Commerce, Trends

Mobile commerce popularity crown handed to eBay

Mobile commerce popularity crown handed to eBay

According to a recent Ofcom report, the massive online auction site is the most popular retailer for smartphone and tablet users. Ofcom has now released a report that has identified eBay as the leading mobile commerce retailer in the United Kingdom in terms of its popularity among consumers throughout the country. The same report also pointed out that 41 percent of consumers spend a minimum monthly £100 over smartphones and tablets. This represents an increase of 4 percent … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, International, Mobile Commerce, Trends

Yahoo re-launches its e-commerce service

Yahoo re-launches its e-commerce service

Yahoo Stores is being re-launched in order to help the company find a footing in the digital retail space Yahoo has announced that it will be re-launching its beleaguered e-commerce platform, called Yahoo Stores. The platform had served as a way for the company to connect with digital consumers and businesses, providing them with a way to shop online. Unfortunately, the platform found it difficult to compete with others being offered by companies like Amazon and … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, Mobile Commerce, Technology News

Mobile shopping more likely among men than women

Mobile shopping more likely among men than women

A recent report from BI Intelligence has shown that male consumers shop far more often on smartphones and tablets. According to a report that was recently issued by BI Intelligence, when it comes to mobile shopping, it is male consumers who are considerably more likely to actually make a purchase than their female counterparts. This is an important finding, considering the fact that women are typically the target of marketing campaigns. The report showed that women and men … Read entire article »

Filed under: Commercial, Mobile Commerce, Trends, United States