the Mobile Commerce or Mcommerce business market is currently strong and growing. For example, 41 % of professionals from InformationWeek`s 500 companies asked in July 2012 have extensive implementation of worker access to corporate applications via personal devices (i.e., BYOD) and 29 % have restricted implementation.
Other generally implemented cellular business projects include a cellular edition of a customer web page (39% extensive implementation / 14% restricted deployment), cellular phone applications for customers (37% / 24%) and cellular phone applications for workers (25% / 29%). And while only a mixed 28 % of participants have extensive or restricted implementation of a cellular worker web page, 39 % are analyzing one.
Now women and man let us look at the response of the previously query. Where was cellular business (m-commerce) born? It was actually in our special town of Helsinki. Yes that is right, although the town is not even known by Siri (the iphone’s speech managed individual assistant).
Helsinki organised the first m-commerce ever, when a Coca Soda selling machine-which could be managed with cellular phones-was set up. Merita Financial institution released in 1997 the first phone-based financial assistance, which consequently allowed expenses via sms information and thereby introduced the way for m-commerce.
Custom company applications are also popular, although a substantial percentage of the 323 company technology experts interviewed in Aug 2011 have no programs to develop or use them. One-third (33%) of company IT experts currently develop and use customized company applications and 31 % plan to, although more than one-quarter (27%) do not develop and use them and have no programs to do so. About one in 10 (9%) don’t know.