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Mobile commerce partnership formed between Opera and Neomobile

Mobile Commerce Partnership Opera and NeomobileNeomobile mobile commerce platform to be integrated into Opera Payment Exchange

Opera Software, a leading software and technology company, has announced that it has formed a new partnership with Neomobile, a mobile payment service provider. Together, the two companies will work to improve the Opera Payment Exchange service, which is used to facilitate mobile commerce in a variety of industries. The deal was made through Opera Commerce, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Opera Software. Opera Commerce has been seeing major growth in the field of mobile commerce recently, and Neomobile may be able to help translate that growth into future success.

Opera Mini sees more than 208 million users last month

Last year, Opera Commerce launched the Opera Payment Exchange as part of the Opera Mini browser, which is a web browsing tool designed for mobile devices. The Opera Mini application has since become a breakout success among mobile consumers. According to Opera Commerce, more than 208 million people around the world used the application last month, with a significant portion of these people participating in the mobile commerce elements of the application.

Mobile commerce to be made simpler

Opera Commerce is looking to make mobile commerce a much simpler process for Opera Mini users. The company will be making use of the one-click operator billing platform designed by Neomobile. This allows consumers to make purchases through their mobile devices in one simple step. Opera believes that this will cut down on the time it takes for consumers to make payments, creating a faster and more efficient process that consumers may favor.

Neomobile platform may have promising future with Opera

Though the platform from Neomobile expedites the mobile commerce process, it does not diminish the security measures that are in place to protect a consumer’s financial information. Through the platform, consumers will be able to purchase mobile games, music, video, and various other forms of digital content with a simple “click.” The partnership currently only operates within the realm of mobile commerce through Opera Commerce. The platform developed by Neomobile may see expansion into other sectors of Opera in the future.

Mobile commerce initiative launched by Opera and Naranya

Opera sets sights on expanding into mobile commerce

Opera Software, a Norwegian software company, has announced its partnership with Naranya, Latin America’s leading mobile marketing and commerce company. Together, the two companies are looking to bring mobile commerce to Latin America through the Opera Mini mobile browser. This effort is encompassed in the Opera Payment Exchange, which is a mobile commerce platform that is available to the 191 million users of the Opera Mini application. Opera users will now be able to purchase goods and services through Naranya and its billing connections in 7 countries around the world.

Opera has a large audience to tap into

Opera is one of the world’s leading Internet browsers, on both mobile and static platforms. Opera Mobile has become one of Opera Software’s flagship platforms, with more than 270 million users worldwide. The Opera Mini application is based on this platform and has become a popular tool for those that like to browse the Internet from their smart phones and tablets. Many of these consumers have begun looking into mobile commerce, and Opera Software has been quick to respond to this interest.

Naranya boasts of well established presence in mobile commerce

Naranya boasts of more than 500 million users linked into its Monetization Platform. This platform has been used by numerous game developers, social networks, online media groups, and digital companies to monetize their goods to mobile consumers. The platform has become quite popular in Latin America, where advances in mobile technology are raising the demand for mobile commerce. By mobile commerceteaming with Opera, Naranya aims to further expand its mobile commerce platform into new markets.

Mobile commerce growth slightly delayed due to concerns over security

Mobile consumers are becoming enthralled with the concept of mobile commerce, but many are still wary due to concerns regarding security. Mobile commerce applications have, in the past, been hacked with relative ease, putting a consumer’s financial information at risk of theft and exploitation. Naranya has extensive experience in mobile commerce and has stringent security measures in place to mitigate the risks involved with mobile commerce. These security measures appear to have been enough to win the favor of Opera Software.