E-Complish Study Reveals 215% Increase in Mobile Payments in 2013
Internal Research Highlights Significant Profit Potential for Mobile Payment Systems
New Market, Md. (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
E-Complish has announced a major increase in mobile payment inquiries and transactions through 2013. Tracking the data over the previous two years, they have seen a 215% increase in mobile payment inquiries in 2013 compared to 2012. With over 30,000 transactions this year and counting, E-Complish has processed more than $4,500,000 in mobile payments, compared to 10,000 and $1,500,000 in 2012.
This is a trend they expect to see continue, as customers increasingly rely on smartphones for banking and business purposes. More companies have begun to integrate mobile payment processing into their business models as the technology has become simpler and more accessible. Customers now use mobile payment systems for a variety of purposes, from personal finance apps to shopping apps and pay-by-text services.
Since founding E-Complish in 1998, Stephen Price has overseen the successful implementation of mobile payment processing in an assortment of businesses. “The main thing we’re looking for is efficiency,” Price said. “Mobile payments work for a diverse range of business models. They’re easily adaptable, and this data proves their versatility. When companies utilize mobile payment systems, we’re seeing an overall trend of increased interest in the systems and a substantial increase in profits.”
E-Complish, LLC: Since 1998, E-Complish has helped businesses increase profit and communicate more efficiently with customers through its unique financial services, quickly becoming one of the nation’s most reliable and secure payment partners. For more information about E-Complish, visit http://www.e-complish.com
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