A FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE FOR MOBILE COMMUTING-AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SCSVMV UNIVERSITY (ENATHUR, TAMILNADU, INDIA)
Abstract

Author(s): C.K. Gomathy, Dr. S Rajalakshmi, M.Prema

Mobile phones are becoming a new well-liked platform for business applications. The number of mobile user’s increases daily and so does the need for efficient mobile data access and services. However, the conventional move toward to business application and service providers for mobile devices. This paper presents a novel trivial mobile SOA- based architecture for business applications running on to analyze which kind of mobile service connections used like postpaid, prepaid and analyze which kind of mobile network like 2G,3G and Scheme using like call rates, roaming charges,sim cost, Sim rates,validaity,value added service and Tariff prefer and how the people select new connection, which service they will prefer and who advised to take the connection of present provider and satisfied with customer service would they are like to change service provider in future.. This exploratory study investigated custom prototype of, and approach about, cell phones among university staff and students in a mature market and a rapidly growing new market by surveying people in each region. In this paper explores the Key findings from the similarities in the usage of phones and in the perception of mobile phone usage in SCSVMV peoples, Overall these results suggest SCSVMV in India use mobile phones differently from their other countries counterpart. The paper emphasizes on different influential factors affecting mobile purchase. If diverse sectors are thoroughly studied and analyzed, organizations willing to enter the emerging market will be able to promote their products and services in a much better manner leading to higher customer satisfaction and in an increased market size.

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