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    Report 09.22.2016

    Supply chain finance: opportunities in the Italian market?

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    A big gap exists between the real world of business and financial word and this is an issue especially for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEBs), looking for new liquidity and credit access opportunities. But which are the main existing Supply Chain Finance solutions? What is the real value of the Supply Chain Finance market in Italy? Who are the main providers and how is the Italian situation compared to other countries?
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
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    Infographics 03.10.2016

    Supply chain finance: what’s up in Italy?

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    Supply Chain Finance is a combination of solutions enabling companies to fund their Working Capital leveraging the position within the Supply Chain they operate in and relationships with other supply chain players.
    Observatory Supply Chain Finance
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    Infographics 02.25.2016

    Export & Digital: not a bad combination

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    Export is an important driver of Italian economy and represents a strong development opportunity for domestic business organizations. Though Export is very widespread in Italy, with about 20% of manufacturing companies (89,000) active on international markets, there are ample still unfulfilled opportunities, underdeveloped channels and opportunities to be grabbed. In particular, digital channels are not much used yet. Italian consumer goods Export happens primarily through traditional channels, with the intermediation of local importers or physical local retailers and privately owned shops
    Observatory Digital Export
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    Infographics 02.18.2016

    Mobile Payment & Commerce: engage your customers

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    With the entry of two great players – Apple in 2014 and Samsung in 2015 – the competitive Mobile Payment & Commerce framework has become even grander. At the same time, big steps have been made in consolidating technologic configurations, especially in the Mobile Proximity sector, with the improved definition of HCE architectures and tokenization solutions. Meanwhile, Mobile Remote Payment & Commerce has long since established the substantial aspects of IT configurations.
    Observatory Innovative Payments
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    Report 07.21.2015

    Mobile Banking: an app for everyone

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    Banks were among the first players to recognise that the diffusion of mobile devices was exceptionally far-ranging, while being those most affected by the changes in the field. This meant that they had to evolve in terms of their offer strategy, providing banking services calibrated to the upgraded profiles of their customers.
    Observatory Other
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    Report 05.25.2015

    Mobile Payment & Commerce offer in Italy in 2014

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    Mobile remote payment & commerce still remains the main source of value in this market, with transactions worth 2.2 billion Euros in 2014, a growth of 55% (1.2 billion Euros in 2013). In the sector of mobile proximity payment & commerce, NFC has become the preferred technology for proximity/contactless payments and, as a consequence, the first commercial launches based on the SIM-based ecosystem have been taking place in Italy.
    Observatory Innovative Payments
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    Infographics 02.19.2015

    Mobile Payment & Commerce: no one is missing!

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    With all the interested players now entering the field, the conditions are right for fully developing the Mobile Payment & Commerce market, which has always been seen as a model with the great potential of upturning the classical world of payments and trade.
    Observatory Innovative Payments
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