Judo, the UK’s leading provider of simple, secure payment solutions for mobile, today announced it has launched judoHub, a repository of content and educational broadcasts to help businesses, journalists and app developers understand and learn about mcommerce and payments.
The decision to launch the site was inspired by the growing number of requests judo has received from companies that want help to implement an effective mobile strategy and steer through the often complex payments world.
Michael De Jongh, VP of Marketing at judo said: ‘The potential for mobile payments is massive, many app developers and companies ask for our help around mobile commerce. judoHub has been designed to help decode m-commerce and help more people understand everything from the delivery of processing a transaction through a mobile device to the latest mobile trends.’
judo provides an easy, ready-to-install payment processing platform specifically built from the ground up for mobile, allowing developers to focus more time on the quality of the apps they produce.
Demand for judo’s services is growing rapidly as more British consumers turn to their mobile devices to make purchases. According to the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark, the UK ended the year with a spectacular boost for mobile purchases. Sales completed via mobile devices grew 63% year over year, and exceeded 45% of total online sales. Similar growth has already begun in 2014 as more companies prepare to launch a mobile strategy.
Commenting on the launch judo CEO, Dennis Jones said: ‘The mcommerce business model will soon be as ubiquitous as e-commerce. judoHub has been launched to help companies and app developers understand and prepare for this business revolution. With our regular tutorials, infographics, broadcasts and top tips, all the information you need to understand mcommerce can be digested effortlessly.’