Mobile Payment Expert DIMOCO:
261 percent more mobile payment transactions for the purchase of virtual goods
Brunn am Gebirge, 14 November 2011 – DIMOCO – http://www.dimoco.org – confirms the mobile payment trend. The operator of a proprietary hub reports a 228% increase in the general mobile payment transaction volume (comparison period: annual development from 2008 to 2011) and a 261% increase in the mobile payment transaction volume for virtual goods (comparison period: September 2010 to 2011). The results reflect the general industry trend and underscore DIMOCO’s success as a high-performance provider of mobile operator payment for digital goods in the mobile and web sector.
DIMOCO‘s CEO, Gerald Tauchner, comments: “With our DIMOCO Hub, we have become one of the key players processing mobile payment transactions in the CEE countries today. We have a trained eye for upcoming trends and are in a position to predict how these will develop according to the possibilities in the various countries.”
Mobile payment transactions continue to soar
Speaking for one of the most important mobile messaging and payment transaction hub operators in the Central and Eastern European countries, Tauchner continues: “In the comparison period 2008- 2011 we have seen a 228% increase in the general mobile payment transaction volume. Virtual goods has seen an even higher increase in mobile payment transactions – 261 percent – in the comparison period September 2010 and 2011.” The impressive figures speak for the general trend in the industry and the forecast is for further huge growth in the mobile operator payment sector.
The reasons for the enormous success of mobile operator payment, according to DIMOCO, are a combination of spearheading technology, the new business models it has spawned and the general advantages of mobile operator payment. Mobile operator payment, thanks to the high penetration rate of mobile end devices, attractive payouts, high conversion rates and easy billing method, has become an attractive billing method for many providers in the micropayment sector.
The success rates underscore DIMOCO’s strategy and strengthen the company’s position as a powerful and competent provider of mobile operator payment solutions for digital goods in the mobile and classic web. DIMOCO’s customers come from a variety of different sectors, for example online media, app developers, and companies from the new and booming sectors for virtual goods in browser games and social networks.
The DIMOCO Hub processes mobile messaging and payment transactions
DIMOCO develops, operates and markets a mobile messaging and payment transaction hub. On the one hand, this hub serves to bundle connections to mobile operators in the Central and Eastern European countries; on the other hand, by means of standardized interfaces it provides business customers with the means to transact their operator payment services. Using DIMOCO’s operator payment services, companies can bill their digital content with the consumer’s cell phone invoice. Currently, mobile payment customers can reach more than 260 million end customers via DIMOCO and in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia.
DIMOCO was founded in 2000 by the brothers Gerald Tauchner and Roland Tauchner. The company operates in the mobile messaging and mobile payment sector, as well as mobile marketing under the brand name of Lucy Marx. Besides its headquarters in Brunn am Gebirge, DIMOCO has a number of foreign affiliates and subsidiaries. DIMOCO currently has 60 employees. For more information about DIMOCO please visit http://www.dimoco.org
Margit Anglmaier; DIMOCO – Direct Mobile Communications GmbH
Campus 21, Liebermannstraße A01/405; A-2345 Brunn/Gebirge
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