Singtel and Onebip by Neomobile have partnered to offer merchants the most advanced billing technology for mobile payments – Direct Carrier Billing in Singapore.
This partnership will allow Singtel subscribers in Singapore, to charge purchases from Onebip merchants directly to their mobile phone bills.
Benefits for Onebip Merchants:
- More advanced carrier billing technology
- Higher pricing flexibility
- Better commercial conditions
- Increased conversion rates
- New and increased revenue stream
- Support to enter or develop presence in Singaporean market with local promotions/marketing.
For more information read the full Press release or visit Onebip Blog.
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Mobile Payments to Rise 40% This Year, Juniper Research Finds
A new report from Juniper Research has found that the value of global payments via mobile devices will reach around $507 billion this year, a rise of nearly 40% year-on-year.
The report – Mobile Payment Strategies: Remote, Contactless & Money Transfer 2014-2018 – found that growth would continue to be driven by purchases of physical goods via mobile devices. Average transaction sizes over tablets are already exceeding those via desktop PCs in many markets. It also observed that while spend via smartphones was increasing sharply, their primary function in retail was as search and discovery devices with the final purchase being made on the tablet.
As one of the pioneering mobile companies in Italy, Neomobile was an early adopter of significant changes that the digital economy dynamics brought to the corporate strategies: investing in talents is as important as business development, marketing or finance. That’s why we are dedicated to nurturing and developing talents that are not only the “best in class” but also those who are highly motivated, brave, passionate, and connected.
As a part of this strategy we are reaching out to our social media channels and launching a Work With Us section on Neomobile’s Facebook page, aiming to our primary target: young talents with passion for all things mobile & digital. Through social engagement and more personal connection with applicants we will offer a more informative and less formal way applying for the desired position. The visitors will be able to Like and Share the job offer directly from the page to their friends who might be suitable for the position. By creating the Job alert the candidates can stay informed on the future job offers.
Apply for the opened positions in Neomobile now!
Visit our Facebook page and discover more:
If still prefer a good ol’ application through website you can always visit http://www.neomobile.com/work-in-neomobile/.
The fourth article from our Open platform series featuring Finnish project Jolla and its OS Sailfish, inheriting the Nokia’s finest with the pop of extravagance
At this year’s Mobile World Congress the Jolla stand was dominated by a huge slogan “A brave new phone”. And indeed it is, thinking about the current mobile market landscape, with Samsung, Google and Apple. Jolla’s self-confidence comes from carefully designed phone, powered by new Sailfish OS, that inherits only the best from MeeGo, Nokia’s Linux based OS. But can it succeed in a saturated market, where even Windows Phone and Blackberry are struggling for survival? But let’s start from the begging, and discover the exciting story behind Jolla and its OS.
Photo via Tech Crunch
Back in the early 2011, a famous announcement by Stephen Elop, Nokia’s CEO, stated simply that all Nokia devices will be adopting Windows Phone. What is actually meant was the abandoning of the Nokia’s MeeGo, based on Linux and running on N9, the first and the last device with this OS. Even though the N9 received great reviews, the MeeGo was officially abandoned.
BitMap, a network that covers the world of Information & Communication Technology, recently dedicated an insight on our company and our Human resources strategies.
In just 7 years Neomobile has grown from a Startup, with just 12 mobile enthusiasts, to a global Mobile commerce Group with 300 employees and 14 offices worldwide. This relentless growth was followed by a carefully designed human capital management, which is the main focus of BitMap’s article, including the interview with our HR Manager, Enrica Lipari, that we bring here, in its English version.