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Research and Markets: Mobile Commerce: Current State and Future Prospects for Wireless Carriers - 2014

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cw7pqw/mobile_commerce) has announced the addition of the "Mobile Commerce: Current State and Future Prospects for Wireless Carriers" report to their offering.

Mobile commerce is a huge opportunity for wireless carriers as they position themselves to leverage both existing technologies/solutions, such as NFC, as well as emerging ones, such as smart shopping apps and related services.

This report provides critical information for wireless carriers and the entire ecosystem including infrastructure suppliers, software developers, application and service providers.

The report assesses the current state of mobile commerce and provides a vision of the anticipated future opportunities in both existing service/application areas as well as emerging areas.

Report Audience:

- Mobile Cellular Carriers

- Wireless Device Manufacturers

- Wireless Infrastructure Providers

- Commerce, Content and Application Providers

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Mobile Commerce Offerings

3. Mobile Commerce Vendors

4. Wireless Carriers in Mobile Commerce Today

5. Future of Mobile Commerce for Carriers

6. Conclusions

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cw7pqw/mobile_commerce

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