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Research Project: Mobile Commerce

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( Coverage in the German-language media )

Provenir Unveils Mobile Banking Component
Provenir (New Jersey, USA): Mobile banking is on the verge of staging significant growth. A study titled “The Mobile Commerce Prospects: A Strategic Analysis of opportunities in the Banking Sector”, which was conducted by Hamburg University, Germany “…detected large-scale consumer interest in mobile banking services…..For finance, over 92% of all survey participants were willing to conduct transactions via mobile phones”. [more] (08.12.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking: Framework conditions vary around the world
Giesecke & Devrient GmbH (Germany): Mobile banking is heralding a new generation of location-independent financial transactions. [...] “Current mobile technologies provide banks with a full-fledged transaction and communication channel, allowing them to offer customers real added value,” emphasizes Rajnish Tiwari, scientist at the Institute of Technology and Innovation Management at the Technical University of Hamburg. At the start of 2006, the University published a study that shows interest in mobile banking growing significantly again. [more] (Nov. 2006) [PDF]

The Mobile Commerce Technologies: Generations, Standards and Protocols:
The Paper on Mobile Commerce Technologies (Working Paper 40) authored by Rajnish Tiwari, Stephan Buse and Cornelius Herstatt at Institute of Technology and Innovation Management, Hamburg University of Technology, has been listed at several internationally renowned technology sites as a reference paper for mobile and wireless technologies:
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silicon.com
zdnet.com
zdnet.de
zdnet.fr
zdnet.au

Mobile Banking and its regenration
ultraviolet.co.uk (UK): [...] Tiwari's and Buse's study also says that a shift to m-banking forms additional revenue streams for banks by offering premium services to existing customers and attracting new customers who generate revenue through the utilisation of mobile services, but also by using more conventional distribution channels. [more] (Okt. 2006) [PDF]

Finally Successful: Mobile Banking
Fun Communications (Germany): Mobile phones with coloured displays, large memory, faster networks, cheaper tariffs, modern mobile technologies and the fact that most Germans go nowhere without their mobile phones explain the increasing popularity of Mobile Banking. A study of the University of Hamburg, proves the increasing acceptance. Over 92 per cent of the asked ones were open for mobile transactions and more than 74 per cent were even ready to pay for it. [more] (14.07.2006) [PDF]

Focus shifts to Mobile Banking
Balda Invest (Germany): A study by the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg signals a noticeable trend towards Mobile Banking. [...] [more] (May 2006, p. 4) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Reamarkable Come-back in Germany
PR Leap (USA): Mobile Banking, availment of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is on the verge of staging a remarkable come-back. After almost 4 years of oblivion it is slowly but surely showing signs of a healthy recovery as a study by University of Hamburg (UHH) reveals. A stunning growth in the offers of Mobile Banking can be observed not only in the German banking sector but worldwide, says Dr. STEPHAN BUSE who led this research project along with Mr. RAJNISH TIWARI of Chair of International Management at UHH. [more] (16.02.2006) [PDF]

Random Notes
Banking Strategies (Chicago, USA): Is banking by cell phones and other remote devices on the rebound? A study by researchers at the University of Hamburg sees "a remarkable comeback," not only in Germany but also worldwide due to Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) technology. Cell phone banking had been the buzz of the industry back in 2000, before dropping from sight in the wake of the dot com crash. After surveying more than 450 potential customers and 50 banks worldwide, the researchers say mobile banking "presents a sizeable opportunity for banks to offer value-added, innovative services and attract new customers from technology-savvy, financially affluent sections of the society. [more] (FEBRUARY 15, 2006 VOL. 1 / NO. 12) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Gains Relevance in Germany as Business Strategy
PR News Now (USA): The increased need/wish for mobility amongst various sections of the society, particularly amongst professionally active groups, is confronting credit institutions (banks), and other enterprises offering financial services, with challenges to adjust their service portfolio in a way to best suit customer needs. [more] (not dated) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Remarkable Come-back in Germany
The Business Edition (India): Mobile Banking, availment of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is on the verge of staging a remarkable come-back. After almost 4 years of oblivion it is slowly but surely showing signs of a healthy recovery as a study by University of Hamburg (UHH) reveals. A stunning growth in the offers of Mobile Banking can be observed not only in the German banking sector but worldwide, says Dr. STEPHAN BUSE who led this research project along with Mr. RAJNISH TIWARI of Chair of International Management at UHH. [more] (25.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking in Germany Gains Strategic Relevance
PR Leap (USA): The increased need/wish for mobility amongst various sections of the society, particularly amongst professionally active groups, is confronting credit institutions (banks), and other enterprises offering financial services, with challenges to adjust their service portfolio in a way to best suit customer needs. On the other hand it also opens up a new arena of opportunities by the way of offering innovative, value-added services so as to not only cater to the needs arising out of the mobility of the customer but also by actively inducing demand for new, mobility-centric services. [more] (15.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Gains Relevance in Germany as Business Strategy
PR Web (USA): Mobile Banking has staged a remarkable come-back in Germany, as a recent study by University of Hamburg established. The rapid acceptance of mobile financial services has created new opportunities and challenges for providers of financial services, e.g. banks. A workshop in Hamburg is set to deliberate upon strategic implications of increased customer mobility for banks and other related institutions. [more] (13.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking in Germany Gains Relevance as Business Strategy
OpenPR.com (Germany): The increased need/wish for mobility amongst various sections of the society, particularly amongst professionally active groups, is confronting credit institutions (banks), and other enterprises offering financial services, with challenges to adjust their service portfolio in a way to best suit customer needs. On the other hand it also opens up a new arena of opportunities by the way of offering innovative, value-added services so as to not only cater to the needs arising out of the mobility of the customer but also by actively inducing demand for new, mobility-centric services. [more] (13.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Gains Relevance in Germany
Payments News (USA): Mobile Banking has staged a remarkable come-back in Germany, a study by researchers at the University of Hamburg recently concluded. The rapid acceptance of mobile financial services has created new opportunities and challenges for providers of financial services including banks. An upcoming workshop scheduled for March 2 in Hamburg is set to deliberate the strategic implications of increased customer mobility for banks and other related institutions. [more] (11.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking in Germany Gains Relevance as Business Strategy
Business Portal 24 (Germany): Workshop in Hamburg to Discuss Strategic Implications of Increased Customer Mobility. [more] (11.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Workshop in Hamburg
Business Portal 24 (Germany): The increased need/wish for mobility amongst various sections of the society, particularly amongst professionally active groups, is confronting credit institutions (banks), and other enterprises offering financial services, with challenges to adjust their service portfolio in a way to best suit customer needs. On the other hand it also opens up a new arena of opportunities by the way of offering innovative, value-added services so as to not only cater to the needs arising out of the mobility of the customer but also by actively inducing demand for new, mobility-centric services. [more] (10.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Remarkable Come-back
Business Portal 24 (Germany): Mobile Banking, availment of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is gaining signifiacnt customer acceptance, as a study by the University of Hamburg reveals. This growing popularity is not limited to Germany but may be observed in many parts of the world, as Mr. Rajnish Tiwari, the co-author of the study suggests. [more] (07.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile revealed
Digital Money Forum (USA): Another survey, this time from the University of Hamburg, reinforces the point. Over 92% of all survey participants were willing to conduct transactions via mobile phones. What's more, nearly 60% were even willing to pay extra fee in order to perform mobile money transfers and it seems as if there are number of “Paypal via mobile phone” companies springing up to move into this sector. [more] (09.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Remarkable Come-back in Germany
i-newswire.com (USA) : Mobile Banking, availment of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is gaining signifiacnt customer acceptance, as a study by the University of Hamburg reveals. This growing popularity is not limited to Germany but may be observed in many parts of the world, as Mr. Rajnish Tiwari, the co-author of the study suggests. [more] (07.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Remarkable Come-back in Germany
Payments News (USA): According to new research from Germany, Mobile Banking, the availability of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is on the verge of staging a remarkable come-back. [more] (06.02.2006) [PDF]

Mobile Banking Stages a Remarkable Come-back
OpenPR.com (Germany): Mobile Banking, availment of bank-related financial services via mobile devices such as cell phones, is on the verge of staging a remarkable come-back. After almost 4 years of oblivion it is slowly but surely showing signs of a healthy recovery as a study by University of Hamburg (UHH) reveals. [more] (06.02.2006) [PDF]