Mobile Payments in United States: Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions

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Title
Mobile Payments in United States: Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions
Creator
Zitong Zhang
Degree Name
<p>This project was submitted as part of the requirements for the Masters in Management and Information Systems program.</p>
Project Type
professional_project
Date
3/21/2018
Abstract
<p>Innovation in technology has changed the way individuals fulfill an easier payments method in people’s lives, which is called Mobile Payments. It can be defined as any payment transaction, whether in close or remote proximity, executed on mobile devices or internet payments made through mobile phones. The M-Payments market is potential, as the different trends in business models and technologies shape the M-Payments evolution. Business decision makers may use these insights to develop action plans to seize the M-Payments opportunity. However, some problems remain, especially the adoption of mobile payment in the U.S moved slowly, but is increasing and expanding widely throughout Europe and Asia countries.</p>
<p>This project provides an integrated view of improvements to mobile payments in both the U.S. and China, and analyzes the factors that influence the adoption of mobile payment apps in U.S. The author compares different third-party payments to explore the valuable functions, demonstrate new technologies of mobile payments and the integration of mobile payments with e-commerce website and mobile applications that improve transaction efficiency and make it easier to pay.</p>
Committee Member
David Olson, Scot Morse, Tom L.Burrell
Rights
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Language
eng
Date Available
3/21/2018
Type
Text
Identifier
computerscience_studentpubs/4
Historical Downloads
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Subject
Management Information Systems
department or school name within institution
Computer Science