Tag: Wallet

Digital Commerce 2.0: New $50bn Disruptive Opportunities for Telcos, Banks and Technology Players

Digital Commerce 2.0: New $50bn Disruptive Opportunities for Telcos, Banks and Technology Players

Telcos, Internet and technology players, banks and payment networks have disruptive $billion opportunities to act as intermediaries / enablers in mobile commerce and personal cloud services, based on the appropriate use of customer data. This report is a unique and comprehensive strategic guide for success in these roles. It analyses the strategies of the main and cutting-edge players, and outlines key success factors in designing and delivering customer propositions, technology, organisation and value network strategies. It also includes evaluations of the related strategic opportunities of ‘raw big data’, professional data services, and internal data use, and a business model showing how one type of candidate for the intermediary role, a telco, could grow profitable new revenues equivalent to c.$50Bn (5% of existing core revenues) within five years. (October 2013, Dealing with Dsiruption Stream). Telco 2.0 Transformation Index Small

Digital Commerce 2.0: Report and Analysis of the EMEA 2013 Event

Digital Commerce 2.0: Report and Analysis of the EMEA 2013 Event

Digital Commerce 2.0: A summary of the findings of the Digital Commerce 2.0 Executive Brainstorm, 6 June 2013, held in the Wyndham Grand Hotel, London, part of the New Digital Economics EMEA event. With more and more people using their smartphones to shop, the Brainstorm explored how to use mobile technologies and capabilities to optimise and enable each element of the wheel of commerce. The sessions explored the evolution of mobile payments, the need to rethink mobile advertising/marketing and the potentially pivotal role of personal data.
Digital Commerce 2.0: Event Summary Analysis Presentation

Digital Commerce: Time to redefine the Mobile Wallet

Digital Commerce: Time to redefine the Mobile Wallet

The ‘Mobile/Digital Wallet’ needs to evolve to support authentication, search and discovery, as well as payments, vouchers, tickets and loyalty programmes. Moreover, consumers will want to be able to tailor the functionality of this “commerce assistant” or “commerce agent” to fit with their own interests and preferences. Our report and analysis of the Digital Commerce 2.0 Executive Brainstorm, 20 March 2013, part of the New Digital Economics Silicon Valley event. (April 2013, Executive Briefing Service, Dealing with Disruption Stream.)
Who is best placed to win in local commerce April 2013

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