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Research and Markets: Global Market for Mobile Payments Report 2014 Featuring American Express, Apple, Google, Mastercard, PayPal, Visa, and a Case Study on the Isis Mobile Wallet

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h2ftn3/global_market_for) has announced the addition of the "Global Market for Mobile Payments" report to their offering.

With the popularity of smartphones, electronic payments has today become a reality. This has brought about a marked shift in the payment ecosystem. While there are many challenges that the mobile payments industry needs to tackle at the moment, there is no doubt that mobile payments is poised to become one of the fastest growing sectors in the years to come.

This report analyzes this fast growing industry in its research report Global Market for Mobile Payments.

Coverage in this in-depth industry analysis is as follows:

  • An analysis of the global mobile communication industry through statistics, analysis of the market by technology, by subscribers, by regions, by the importance of data as an area of growth, growth of new applications as well as an outlook for mobile communications.
  • An analysis of the mobile payment industry through industry statistics, a look at the current electronic payment system and industry structure, mobile payment deployment options, the growing number of apps catering to mobile payment, security and privacy concerns of consumers as well as the important role semiconductor companies are playing in this industry.
  • An analysis of how the mobile phone is driving the market for mobile payments through the emergence of mobile wallets, impact of the growing use of smartphones, higher consumer expectation, importance of loyalty and reward programs and other factors.
  • An analysis of the key growth regions of mobile payment. Markets analyzes include Brazil, Japan, South Korea and the region of Latin America in general.
  • The emergence of mobile payments and its impact on issuers, merchant acquirers, payment network operators, retailers, customers and other players.
  • An analysis of the market for mobile wallets through hardware-based mobile wallets and cloud-based authentication for mobile wallets.
  • An analysis of the major industry players and their presence in the global mobile payment markets. Players analyzed include American Express, Apple, Google, Mastercard, PayPal, Visa, and a case study on the Isis Mobile Wallet.
  • An outlook for the global market for mobile payments.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary
2. Global Mobile Communication Market
3. Market for Mobile Payments
4. How the Mobile Phone is Driving the Market for Mobile Payments
5. Key Growth Regions
6. Emergence of Mobile Payments & its Impact
7. Market for Mobile Wallets
8. Major Players & their Marker Presence
9. Industry Outlook
10. Glossary

Companies Mentioned

  • American Express Company
  • Apple Inc
  • Google
  • Isis Mobile Wallet
  • Mastercard Inc
  • PayPal (eBay)
  • Visa Inc

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h2ftn3/global_market_for

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