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Better Ecommerce February 26, 2018

Retailers’ Digital Transformation Requires New Thinking

Scott Langdoc, of Boston Retail Partners, understands how daunting building a genuine omnichannel strategy can be for merchants. But retailers don’t have to go it alone. There is a vast ecosystem of retail technology partners who can tackle specific challenges. Retailers just need to embrace the idea of turning to them for help. And then they need to figure out how to select the right ones.

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Old cash register was once the payment processor
Fraud February 21, 2018

What to Look For When Choosing a Payment Processor

One thing every online merchant learns pretty quickly is that a successful e-commerce operation relies on a network of partners to perform the digital ballet of presenting products, taking payment, filling orders and getting the goods to customers as quickly as possible — all while ensuring that no one is taking advantage of them. At the center of the action, from a business standpoint, are…

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Fraud February 15, 2018

Structube’s Global Expansion Begins at Home

Structube is growing fast and expanding globally. Signifyd helps Structube accept more orders while eliminating fraud losses and manual reviews.

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Woman ponders an online order: Is it legitimate or fraudulent? Guaranteed fraud protection can help the machine learn.
Fraud February 14, 2018

How Retailers Can Put the Positive in False Positives

Evolving technology requires evolving thinking for online merchants when it comes to false positives — or orders mistakenly declined for fear of fraud. The goal of modern fraud protection isn’t to eliminate all fraudulent orders, but rather to become better at differentiating between fraudulent and legitimate orders.

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diamond ring in a box, held by hands, jewelers selling high-value items face Valentine's Day fraud challenges
Fraud February 8, 2018

Valentine’s Day Ignites Passion for Innovative Online Fraud Protection

Many Valentine’s Day online orders are laden with red flags: first-time customers, high-value items, mismatched addresses. How can merchants keep up with the spike in orders and their increasing complexity. An innovative fraud protection model could be the answer.

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How Apparel E-tailers Can Embrace In-Store Pickup
Better Ecommerce February 6, 2018

Video: How Apparel E-tailers Can Embrace In-Store Pickup

The gap between consumer expectations and retailers’ performance when it comes to buy-online-pickup-in-store, presents multichannel merchants with a vast opportunity to up their game and capture market share. Dean Frew, of the SML Group, has advice on how to do that.

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Downcast retail executive: Experian says nearly half know they aren't taking adequate measures to recognize online fraud
Fraud February 1, 2018

Should Online Merchants Fear Their Customers?

Retailers are missing out on millions of dollars in sales because they are not taking advantage of advances in the fraud field that squarely address the issue of “false declines.”

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An Amazon Prime airplane of the sort that fulfills the promise of two-day shipping
Better Ecommerce January 31, 2018

You Want That Online Order When?

The iPhone reshaped ecommerce, but nothing has had a bigger effect on online retail than Amazon Prime and its two-day shipping. Discuss.

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sleek interior of Rooted menswear store in Nashville
Fraud January 26, 2018

Rooted: Built from the Ground Up

Rooted is the premium apparel and footwear destination in Nashville. Signifyd helps them accept more orders, eliminate fraud losses and reduce manual reviews to focus on growth.

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Better Ecommerce January 25, 2018

What the Coffee Pour Over Wars Teach Ecommerce About Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence inspires passions among those who decry the loss of the human touch. In turns out, the beauty of artificial intelligence is not that it takes the human out of the picture; it’s that it allows the humans who are in the picture to tackle higher-level problems.

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