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Mobile Commerce Technologies

  • Published: June 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 164 Pages
  • Mind Commerce LLC

Mobile commerce is expected to reach $10 B USD by the end of 2013, representing an annual compound growth rate of 39% that will continue over the next five years.

M-commerce growth is driven by many factors including the introduction of the various new use cases involving tablet PC's and the next generation smartphones. In addition, new business models involving social networking, user-generated content, instant messaging, location-based services, search and discovery are all driving a more open environment in which users can share, collaborate and exploit content free from carrier restrictions.

This report analyzes the major mobile commerce vendors, current and anticipated future m-commerce technologies.

Target Audience:

- Mobile Network Operators

- Mobile Software Developers

- OSS/BSS Solution Providers

- Handset and Tablet Manufacturers

- Mobile Payment Service Providers

- Content and Applications Aggregators

- Mobile Marketing and Advertising Providers

- Telecommunications Infrastructure Providers

- Social Commerce Vendors

Keywords: Mobile Commerce, Mobile Commerce Technologies, M-Commerce, M-Commerce Technologies

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.0 INTRODUCTION

3.0 ARCHITECTURE OF MOBILE COMMERCE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE (GUI) FOR MOBILE DEVICES

3.1 GUI AND THE USER INTERFACE

3.1.1 HTML EMBEDDED

3.1.2 CONNECTION BETWEEN SERVER AND CLIENT

3.1.3 GPS MAPS ON MOBILE PHONE SCENARIOS

3.1.4 MOBILE COMMERCE SOCIAL FRAMEWORK

4.0 MOBILE COMMERCE PLATFORMS ACCESSIBILITY

4.1 SYMBIAN AND LINUX MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEMS

4.2 WHAT PLATFORMS SHOULD M-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS DEVELOPERS FOCUS ON

4.2.1 SYMBIAN

1.1 RIM BLACKBERRY

4.3 APPLE OSX MOBILE

4.4 GOOGLE ANDROID

4.5 WINDOWS MOBILE AND PHONE 7

4.6 PALM WEBOS

4.7 SAMSUNG BADA

4.8 EMERGING PLATFORMS

4.9 SUCCESSFUL M-COMMERCE CASE STUDIES

4.10 SALESFORCE

4.11 DEXTERRA

4.12 AMERICA'S EMERGENCY NETWORK

4.13 CARRIER AND VENDOR ADAPTATIONS

4.14 TOPOLOGY AND NETWORK CHANGES

4.15 POLICY CHANGES AND ITS EFFECT ON M-COMMERCE

4.15.1 OPEN NETWORK MOVEMENTS

4.15.2 BILLING PLAN CHANGES

4.15.3 INFRASTRUCTURE HARDWARE CHANGES

4.15.4 LOCATION BASED SERVICES

4.15.5 WIFI LOCALIZED SERVICE HOSTING

4.15.6 NETWORK MONITORING CHANGES AND EFFECTS

4.16 HANDSET MANUFACTURER CHANGES

4.16.1 INTEGRATING NEW HANDSET FEATURES

4.16.2 EVOLVING THE HANDSET

4.17 SOFTWARE CHANGES

4.17.1 MOBILE BROWSER EVOLUTION

4.17.2 MULTIPLE PLATFORM MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEMS

4.18 THE FUTURE OF APPS

4.19 INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS ON THE HORIZON

4.19.1 CONTEXT AND LOCATION SENSITIVE APPLICATIONS

4.19.2 PAY POINT SOLUTIONS

4.19.3 SWARM DATA MINING

4.19.4 PREDICTIONS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

4.19.5 OBSOLESCENCE OF THE WALLET

4.19.6 MOBILE PAYMENT METHODS

5.0 MOBILE COMMERCE IN HEALTHCARE ARCHITECTURE

5.1.1 HEALTHCARE ISSUES

5.1.2 RFID-BASED HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS

5.1.3 RFID-BASED SYSTEMS THAT ARE ALREADY SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED

5.1.4 THE FUTURE OF RFID, AND NFC IN THE HEALTH CARE SECTOR

5.2 CASE STUDY: PATIENT TRACKING IN AN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT WITH NFC

5.2.1 INTRODUCTION

5.2.2 AGENT BASED MODELING

5.2.3 IMPLEMENTATION

5.2.4 NFC IN HEALTHCARE

5.2.5 GENTAG APPLICATION

5.2.6 NFC MEDICAL PLATFORM

5.2.7 COMPATIBLE NFC PHONES WITH THE MEDICAL PLATFORM

5.3 GENTAG SWOT ANALYSIS

5.3.1 STRENGTH

5.3.2 WEAKNESS

5.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES

5.3.4 THREATS

5.4 THE JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN EXTELIA, INSIDE CONTACTLESS AND ABRAPA

5.5 PC TABLETS IN HEALTHCARE

5.5.1 HEALTHCARE IT AND APPLE'S IPAD

5.5.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS MARKETPLACE

5.5.3 COMPETITIVE THREATS

5.5.4 ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECS

5.5.5 WHAT DOES THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY WANT IN A TABLET?

5.5.6 APPLE'S STRONG BRAND, B2B HISTORY

5.5.7 HEALTHCARE POLICY AND TECHNOLOGY SUBSIDIES

5.5.8 ADDITIONAL EMR SKEPTICISM

5.5.9 QUANTITATIVE DATA

5.5.10 IPAD AND GLOBAL HEALTHCARE

5.5.11 SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.5.12 IPAD SALES PREDICATIONS

5.5.13 COMPETITORS

5.5.14 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL FOR IPAD IN HEALTHCARE

5.5.15 IDEAL DEVICE FOR HEALTHCARE

5.5.16 VALUE DENIALS AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES IN HEALTHCARE WITH IPAD

5.5.17 SUITABILITY OF IPAD FOR HEALTHCARE

5.5.18 UNSUITABILITY OF IPAD FOR HEALTHCARE

5.5.19 CONCLUSIONS

6.0 MOBILE COMMERCE SECURITY

6.1 SECURITY SERVICES

6.1.1 CONFIDENTIALITY

6.1.2 NON-REPUDIATION

6.1.3 AUTHENTICATION

6.1.4 ACCESS CONTROL

6.1.5 INTEGRITY

6.1.6 THREATS ON WIRELESS NETWORK

6.1.7 COMPUTERS NETWORKS SECURITY ISSUES

6.1.8 WIRED EQUIVALENT PRIVACY (WEP)

6.1.9 WEP SCHEME WEAKNESS

6.1.10 VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK (VPN)

6.1.11 POINT-TO-POINT TUNNELING PROTOCOL (PPTP)

6.1.12 LAYER-2 TRANSPORT PROTOCOL (L2TP)

6.1.13 INTERNET PROTOCOL SECURITY (IPSEC)

6.2 MOBILE COMMERCE PAYMENT METHODS, AND ITS SECURITY

6.2.1 INTRODUCTION

6.2.2 PAYMENT METHODS

6.3 REQUIREMENTS OF MOBILE COMMERCE SECURITY

6.3.1 BASICS OF SECURITY

6.4 MOBILE SECURITY

6.4.1 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE AND SECURITY

6.4.2 WLAN STANDARDS

6.4.3 WAP SECURITY

6.5 PAYMENT METHODS IN M-COMMERCE

6.5.1 CONTENT DOWNLOAD

6.5.2 POINT OF SALE

6.5.3 CONTENT ON DEVICE

6.5.4 COMMON ISSUES OF MOBILE PAYMENT

6.5.5 CONCLUSION

6.6 MOBILE LOCATION COMMERCE

6.7 CASE STUDY: HOW LOCATION BASED SERVICE CAN BE USED WITH M-COMMERCE

6.8 MOBILE LOCATION COMMERCE ECOSYSTEM AND APPLICATIONS

6.9 VIRTUAL GOODS CONCEPT AND ITS BENEFITS FOR M-COMMERCE VENDORS

6.10 THE VR-MALL CONCEPT

6.10.1 VR-MALL PERSONALIZATION ENGINE

6.10.2 VR-WORLD GENERATOR

6.10.3 VIRTUAL SELLING IN MOBILE PHONES

6.10.4 VIRTUAL COMMERCE APPLICATIONS

6.10.5 CHALLENGES OF THE VIRTUAL M-COMMERCE

6.10.6 SOLUTIONS TO OVERCOME CHALLENGES

6.10.7 FUTURE OF VIRTUAL COMMERCE

6.10.8 E-GOVERNMENT CONCEPT

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