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m-commerce

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

n (Comm) → M-Commerce m, → mobiler Handel
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This research fills this gap in research by exploring users' exchange perceptions specific to the context of m-commerce in China and by examining the inhibitors and drives of m-commerce adoption in China from the perspectives of social exchange.
Knowledge of technological innovations such as m-commerce can help business students in two ways: (1) to effectively direct management and strategies related to m-commerce in organizations, and (2) to become digital innovators themselves by conceiving and developing innovative organizational processes, products, and business models by matching the potential of m-commerce with unmet organizational or societal needs (Fichman, Santos, and Zheng, 2014).
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Ericsson has entered into an agreement with Business Sweden to bolster the implementation of its Regulatory Outreach Program, which has been created to support the needs of Ericsson customers wanting to grow their m-commerce business around the world.
Leveraging on enhanced reach like MVAS and diverse features like e-commerce, m-commerce is poised for greater adoption across India, in the coming years.
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Ac cording to market pace the transactions will cross the mark of $200 billion in 2012 under the umbrella of m-commerce, this will be 100 percent growth to com pare to current year.
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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.
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.