Mobile Commerce is Finding Success During the Holidays
Mobile commerce say a great deal of success during the Thanksgiving weekend, according to a recent report from Adobe. The report shows that many consumers took to their smartphones and tablets to make purchases on Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.
12 Stats About Holiday Sales During Cyber Week 2015
Now that the dust has settled on the 2015 Black Friday through Cyber Monday corridor, it's a good time to look at some the data that's been released. Here are 12 stats about Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales in 2015 including mobile usage stats from authentication and fraud prevention provider iovation.
Big Sales Meant Big Business for the Virginia ABC
The multi-channel online retailer 123Stores, Inc., boasted sales of .4 million from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday. But some statistics were decidedly mixed, with research from Verizon Enterprise Solutions, for example, that actually found most of the e-commerce activity occurred Sunday night and fairly normal online sales traffic on Monday.
Survey Roundup: Properly Aligning the IT Audit Function
Ben DiPietro's look at some recent surveys and reports dealing with risk and compliance issues. Black Frauday: A report from data protection firm iovation of retail online transactions during the Black Friday shopping weekend found 1.1% of all online retail transactions during that period were fraudulent.
Black Friday to Cyber Monday: Mobile Commerce Up
Credit card fraud, identity theft and friendly chargebacks were the top types of online fraud during the 4-day online shopping bonanza, according a report by device intelligence and fraud prevention company iovation. (Infographic included)
Black Friday to Cyber Monday: Mobile Commerce Up, Fraud (Mostly) Down
Credit card fraud, identity theft and friendly chargebacks were the top types of online fraud during the 4-day online shopping bonanza, according a report by device intelligence and fraud prevention company iovation.
Week in Review: Cyber Weekend Hits On All Cylinders
With Cyber Weekend 2015 officially in the books, ecommerce merchants should be encouraged with the results as a harbinger of the rest of the holiday shopping season, as more consumers grow comfortable with the practice and see it as an assumed part of their holiday routine.
Mobile purchases jumped over Thanksgiving weekend
Data released by device-based authentication service provider iovation showed mobile transactions are rising. “Credit applications submitted to some of our financial customers tripled from Black Friday to Cyber Monday meaning more people are buying big ticket items.”
Reports: Mobile Key to Cyber Week Success
From Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday mobile was the push behind a large number of online purchases. That's the takeaway from several new reports. First, iovation research indicates that more people used mobile devices to shop during Cyber Week than did during the rest of the 2015 year.
Nearly Half of Thanksgiving Weekend Online Transactions Made with Mobile Devices
It’s been well established by now that consumers are often opting to use their mobile devices to make purchases online, but this trend tends to be most evident during major shopping events like Black Friday. In fact, new data from iovation shows that Black Friday 2015 saw more purchasing from smartphones and tablets than any before it.