May 2011 was a relatively quieter month for Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), which manages the online rail ticketing for the Indian Railways, and is probably the largest e-commerce player in the Indian market. It reported around 10.3 Million transactions, down 1.78% month on month, but on a positive note, the number of unsuccessful transactions went down by 0.83% to 2.42 million. Around 76.56% of total transactions on the service were successful. Payment Gateway Specific Information: - SBI Debit Card: Accounted for 12.05 % of total transactions, and 11.08% of total successful transactions ICICI Payment Gateway: Accounted for 9.64% of total transactions, and 10.02% of total successful transactions Citibank: 5.46% of total transactions, 4.87% of total successful transactions, and a 68.28% success rate HDFC: 6.46% of total transactions, 6.47% of total successful transactions, and a 71.40% success rate - Itz Cash Card: 5.93%% of total transactions, 7.04% of total successful transactions, and a 90.95% success rate. - I Cash Card: 2.82 % of total transactions, 3.34% of total successful transactions, and a 90.82 % success rate. - Oxicash: 0.15% of total transactions, 0.13% of total successful transactions, and a 69.94 % success rate. Related: - IRCTC Reports 10.5M Transactions For April 2011; 8.55% Down - IRCTC Reports 11.7M Transactions For Janu 2011; 3.26% Up; Cash Cards Down
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