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Control costs, removal of cost duplication Cater to increasing online channel customers Personalize customer interactions Unparalleled convenience and proactive customer service Cross sellingImportance of mobile channel for banks: Importance of mobile channel for banks Proactive and simple alerting services reduces branch/ call center costs M-Commerce is expected to account for an increasingly high proportion of transactions. Mobile device can be an ideal POS device allowing transactions to be authorized in many more places than ever before Mobile services are expected to generate access to new business opportunities & new alliances across business sectors High market penetration (up to 80% in some countries) and still growing Mobile Banking in the past: Mobile Banking in the past Mobile banking solutions were mainly reproduction of already existing web-based applications with less stress on its mobile aspects Low bandwidth & latency issues High communication costs Low functionality and fewer capabilities in the mobile devices Security concernsMobile Banking Today: Fast data services (GPRS) Low data transfer costs (e.g. flat rates) More functionality possible (new devices with better displays and browser functionality) Higher Security mechanisms Applications capitalize on the mobile aspects and diversify from existing web-based solutions Mobile Banking TodaySecurity Concerns: Security Concerns Devices are easy to lose/ steal and get misused Mobile communication being sent as clear text can be read or interrupted Location-aware applications are considered to be invasion of privacy Lack of standardizations in payment solutions Security measures: Security measures SMS channels can be used with encryption by mobile payment applications to protect data integrity and security. Use of crypto-Java SIM cards & PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) for establishing hierarchy of trust; non-repudiation. Debit/Credit cards linked to a specific phone number of consumer for added transaction security Implementation of secure PIN for transactions For a financial application, gateways should reside behind your firewall instead of the carrier premises. Mobile Banking Applications: M-payments (B2C) & Inter-personal (P2P) payments Card based payments (Mobile debit/credit/pre-paid card) Cash payments (Electronic purses/wallets) Utility bill payments, Credit Card Payment, Mobile Top up Alerting Services (Transaction alerts, reminders, Stock alerts, Offers & marketing promotions) Mobile solutions for personnel servicing business customers e.g. mobile credit approval, mobile insurance assessment, mobile collections etc. Mobile Banking ApplicationsImplementation strategy: Implementation strategy Corporate strategy should drive the use of mobile technology. Determine which business processes or workflows would benefit most from being mobile-enabled Eg. Sales and field force automation Mobile enable first, those processes that guarantee the best return on investment Approach: Approach Identify the right processes Define measurable outcomes Implement integrated platforms Mobile channel integration: 2 approaches: Mobile channel integration: 2 approaches Middleware - Separate channel-by-channel or application-by application integration Enterprise - An Integrated middleware layer capable of connecting all delivery channels with all back end systems Main Players/Stakeholders/ Partners: Telco's Banks Financial services/ Card companies ( VISA, MasterCard …) Payment service providers Suppliers/ Solution providers Customers/ users Main Players/Stakeholders/ PartnersMarketing: Marketing Build up a database with high-quality and detailed information about customers in their target group. Gaining an in-depth understanding about customers desires & building a means to address customers on a very personal medium such as a cellular phone Launching marketing campaigns which are non-invasive and privacy-preserving Position the products with a strong personal bond Banking Focus: Banking Focus SMS alerts can disburden more expensive channels (e.g. contact centres). Useful information can be transmitted to the client, and increase customer loyalty at low cost. Research shows that the more services the customer uses, the higher the switching costs would be. Also, the more services the customer uses, the greater are the bank’s expected profits. Mobile offers - e.g Apply for a Personal Loan today "&" get a chance to win a free dream holiday to Singapore. Just reply "Loan" Conditions apply Broadcast to increase the usage of Credit card or debit card - e.g 10 days left for 5%Cash Back "&“ Bonus Reward Point! Use IDBI Bank Debit Card Now! *Conditions Apply Trends: Trends Mobile devices are proving to be the most compact technological aid of the future, set to overtake PCs and laptops. Use of mobile handsets as a payment device is already well established in Europe and the leading Asia-Pacific markets. eg. Almost a million Koreans now do their banking via 3G cell phones (CNN report) Services which link credit/debit cards with mobile hand held devices have started to pick up and are expected to play a major role. Slide18: Mobile trends indicate the potential of m-BankingStatistics: Statistics Cell phone teledensity is still very low in India at around 6%, In comparison, China’s cell phone density is at around 35%, while some of the European and Asia-Pacific countries have 100% teledensity or more in mobile telephony. In the past two years, the number of people using mobiles has increased three times Indian cellular services market is projected to reach $24 billion by the end of 2009, a CAGR of 35.6%, Gartner said. Indian cellular services market had recorded the highest growth in Asia Pacific and Japan region in 2004 with a CAGR of 67%. India is all set to be among the top four countries in mobile phone subscriber numbers by the end of year 2005, from its current 8th position, according to industry analysts As on August 31, 2005, There were 62.57 million mobile subscribers in India, according to data provided by the TRAI. Fixed Phone users already lag behind by 47.44 million Communications Minister Mr.Dayanidhi Maran recently announced the objective of India reaching the top of the heap with 250 million phones by December, 2007Indian Scenario: Indian Scenario Increasingly faster transmission via GPRS 3G technology to be launched soon in India, is expected to bring in a mobile revolution. Broad band Internet in India is expected to ride on a 3G backbone Users are slowly getting used to the concept of a mobile hand held device as digital cash or wallet to carry out purchases Presently in India low-value m-commerce transactions are happening. High value mobile transactions would pick up once the concerns of mobile secure transactions are being addressed.mCheque: mCheque mCheque is a secure debit/credit card payment system using mobile phone SIM with security based on EMV 2000 specifications. CUSTOMER BANK MERCHANTS/SERVICES mCheque - Overview: mCheque - Overview mCheque is a secure card-present transaction system. Acceptance of VISA/Visa Electron in mChq mode does not require a PoS terminal. Any GSM mobile phone (with an enhanced mCheque SIM) can be used to accept a VISA/Visa Electron payment in mChq mode. Upto 16 different VISA or VISA Electron cards from different Banks can be securely personalized Over-the-Air (OTA) on mobile SIMs. mCheque is inter-operable across multiple operators and banks. Key management process is regulated by IDRBT-Hyderabad (subsidiary of Reserve Bank of India) in agreement with the participating Bank. Product Benefits: Customer Benefits Secure, Convenient and easy method of payment Anywhere anytime payment Merchant Benefits Additional payment method for customers Small payment amounts can be accepted Portable payment options for merchants on move (Taxis, Couriers, Doctors etc) Banks Additional channel for customer payments Use of existing Infrastructure Value added service to customers Product BenefitsSlide24: Mobile devices will also be used to handle short distance payments and transactions enabled by the Blue tooth technology, for example Point of sale machines and parking meters VPN – secured corporate network payments m-Commerce – fully loaded including share trading (m-Trading) INDIA India’s mobile market has grown to over 50 million subscribers and this number is constantly on the upswing. India is one of the world’s largest markets for mobile phones. – A fact acknowledged by Nokia, Motorola and LG among others. 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