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Oregon’s Most Admired Companies 2016

More than 700 of the region's most influential companies, CEOs and executive teams will be at the Oregon's Most Admired Companies luncheon on Tuesday, January 10th at the Hilton Hotel. This can’t miss awards luncheon is a celebration of the very best of Oregon business and what corporate community brings to the state. iovation is an Honoree in the Technology category, just a few votes short of making the top ten 10 list.

6 Steps to Successfully Apply Big Data for Business Intelligence

In the book extract below, Dr Rado Kotorov, chief innovation officer of business intelligence and data analytics pioneer at Information Builders shares the common criteria for creating successful InfoApps, drawing from two of the nine case studies included in his book, “Organisational Intelligence – how smart companies use information to become more competitive and profitable,” which he co-authored with Information Builders’ CEO and president, Gerald Cohen.

How Retailers Can Fight Holiday Season Hackers

The holidays are here and while it brings out the shoppers, it also brings out the crooks. Big money will change hands. Based on early estimates from the NRF, the trade group expects retail sales excluding gas, autos and restaurants in November and December to increase 3.6% to $655.8 billion. That’s significantly higher than the 10-year average of 2.5% and above the seven-year average of 3.4% since the economy began recovering from the Great Recession in 2009.

Online Credit Card Fraud up 20% Black Friday to Cyber Monday

iovation released new data that shows card-not-present fraud increased significantly from Black Friday to Cyber Monday 2016 when compared to the same period in past years. Research shows a 20 percent increase in online retail credit card fraud during the 2016 holiday shopping weekend when compared to the same period in 2015, and a 34 percent increase in online credit card fraud from Black Friday to Cyber Monday 2014 to 2016.

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