Recent findings from FICO show that by 2017 1 billion people will be using mobile banking. At the moment it’s the consumer who is leading the mobile banking revolution. Will the banks be catching up to the demand?
Mobile Banking Revolution infographic
Here are a few of the stats:
Currently 20.4% of people bank via their mobile device – an increase of 10.7% since 2010.
58% of people would like to use mobile banking
67% of UK banks predict that all of ... Read more
AppBeat are back with another guest post. The arrival of mobile has significantly changed how consumers interact with brands-and introduced some worrisome trends. In this week’s episode of AppBeat, Phil Gault, Director of Strategy at Sponge Group, discusses why consumer experience on mobile’s essential, as well as its role in keeping consumer loyalty. Make sure you subscribe to their newsletter and follow them on Twitter.
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“Antithesis of Customer Loyalty”
As always we invite you to share you insights ... Read more
Recently it came out that CEO of Yahoo Marissa Mayer is banning home working. In the article it says “Marissa Mayer has ordered an end to ‘remote’ work as all staff are told to be in the office as part of a new era of collaboration”
Apparently hundreds will now either have to relocate or quit by June. Some of the quotes from the memo mention that this new move is “to become the absolute best place to work, communication and collaboration ... Read more
Is mobile part of your marketing strategy? Now more than ever it needs to be. The question “Should I have mobile presence?” should no longer exist. Can customers effectively find your business on mobile or tablets? Can they navigate your site efficiently via a mobile device? Get the information they want and contact you effectively? Can they use your app successfully? Most importantly can they purchase your product/service via their mobile device?
Predictions are that by 2014, mobile device use will overtake desktop computer ... Read more
It’s still officially the New Year but at that interesting point within it where the world has accepted the passing of revelry and gets its head down to focus on what it planned for the coming 12 months.
So how does that apply here at Wapple? Well it’s an exciting one as far as we are concerned. Last year we spent a little time reflecting on the market and consumer behaviour and have a clear vision of how it’s all going ... Read more
Get set for a Merry Mobile Christmas
UK consumers are set to spend £1.64 billion via their mobile phones this Christmas. A survey conducted by Kelkoo reveals that the UK is leading the pack within Europe for retail sales on mobiles. Mobile shopping is expected to be 10.7% (£3.68 billion) of European online Christmas sales.
In September 2012 MarketLive conducted a survey which revealed that twice as many consumers are planning to buy their Christmas gifts using a mobile device compared ... Read more
Microsoft have dominated the technology world this past week. On the 26th October 2012 Microsoft launched their new Surface Tablet along with Windows 8. Less than a week later on the 30th October 2012 they launched the new Windows Phone 8.
The Windows 8 proposition has people at the core. “We reinvented the smartphone experience around you. We didn’t make Windows phone for all of us, we made Windows phone for each of us” said Jo Belfiore VP Windows Phone. Their ... Read more
Toward the tail end of last year I read an article suggesting that there was no longer a need for mobile web specialists like ourselves here at Wapple as “…web developers can make one site work across multiple devices/platforms, including PC’s…” It further suggested that the populus will all be smartphone users shortly therefore rendering designing for multiple devices redundant.
This article struck me as particularly misleading for those seeking genuine advice on mobile strategy and creating a future friendly mobile ... Read more
Let’s speak plainly here. If you’re a half-decent company and you do not have a mobile strategy then you could be seen as a dinosaur. That is the here and now at the end of 2011. If you’re the same in 2012 then it’s likely you’re going to be buried so deep under the cataclysmic, extinction-grade meteorite that is mobile web that your fossil will never be found.
I have been asked by many in the industry what my predictions are ... Read more
We were delighted to have the opportunity to sponsor the Guardian Mobile Business Summit last week in London which brought together an impressive collection of industry leaders including Angus McCarey from Ebay, Dave Coplin from Microsoft UK, Oglivy’s Scott Seabourn and our own Chief Executive Officer Rich Holdsworth.
The goal of the summit was to increase understanding of the mobile eco-system, so ensued a day of news, ideas, networking and a chance to hear some of our industry’s brightest share their ... Read more