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m-commerce

(ˈɛmˌkɒmɜːs)
n
(Commerce) business transactions conducted on the internet using a mobile phone
[C20: from m(obile) + commerce]
Translations

m-commerce

n (Comm) → M-Commerce m, → mobiler Handel
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Through MEF, Barwa Bank will be able to 'create thought leadership, share knowledge, define opportunities and challenges and discuss solutions' about various aspects of the M-Commerce sector, particularly in the emerging markets of GCC and the Middle East.
Through the MEF membership Barwa Bank will be able to create thought leadership, share knowledge, define opportunities and challenges and discuss solutions about various aspects of the M-Commerce sector, particularly in the emerging markets of GCC and the Middle East.
Current e-commerce providers, engaged through mobile devices, will find advantage in developing unique m-commerce value propositions founded upon the specific dimensions of ubiquity, convenience, localization, and personalization.
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In addition we've also seen the growth in use of other mobile devices such as PDAs, all of which can potentially be used for m-commerce applications.
M-commerce is not just a variant of e-commerce, but a unique distribution channel based on the shifting role of mobile devices from purely communicational to transactional.
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