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Thanks to the near ubiquity of technology, e-commerce is everywhere. In 2014, consumers worldwide spent more than $1 trillion via e-commerce platforms, and 2015 is on track to be even better, with a 6.4% uptick in sales globally as mobile commerce continues to gain momentum. Though born out of e-commerce, m-commerce cannot be regarded as merely an extension of its predecessor. It presents its own advantages and opportunities when collaborating with Internet-based platforms.

As innovative forms of payments emerge every day, it’s important for merchants to adapt and process transactions the way customers want, whether it’s in-store, online or on-the-go via a mobile device. Consider the following differences between e-commerce and m-commerce to boost the digital payment experience:

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