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IoT Based Mobile Financial Services

As on date the most common use for sensors is telematics, which allows devices installed in cars (car tracking devices) to transmit location data to owners and insurers. This also includes ability to track-stolen vehicle and help in recovery, automatic crash notification, and vehicle data recording force full actions by controller over telematics infra. Telematics also extends to tracking ships, car and trucks for fleet management and route optimisation. IoT merged with mobile financial services can ensure you can get fuel

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Mobile Money – Key Stakeholders

Technology is a friend/ helper not as tester or rocket science; MFS product use and accessibility needs to be simple for people to make them comfortable and pull out maximum benefits especially for unbanked who have not seen the real MFS. Study from google shows that globally, mobile money users transacted a total of USD 7.5 billion through 479.5 million transactions in the month of December 2014. If cash-ins and cash-outs are included, mobile money users performed 717.2 million transactions, total of USD 16.3 billion.

Rush Hour – Mobile Payments

Abstract – This post “Rush Hour – Mobile Payments and Financial Services” was originally published on 26-April-2015 on Linkedin. This article explores the different mode of Mobile Payments i.e. ApplePay, Samsung, Microsoft, Google, Facebook and many more and where we are actually and where we wanna be. Advantages of […]

Convergence a World Ahead – Telecom Billing

Telecom subscribers are getting smarter (so it’s not only the handset which is getting smarter haan!!!), demanding more and more and, at the same time many new players are entering the marketplace. To compete in this environment, operators have to not only maintain but also grow their part of the new value chain to gain loyal customers and adding new blended services which are ridding on their investment/infrastructure made during all those times.