With Ruby on Rails features and functionality, Free Country shoppers saw site search auto-complete and suggestions on every page of the site; a user-centric checkout experience designed to maximize conversions; and a fully scalable platform that is capable of handling considerable growth.
Even after arts and crafts merchant Michael’s Stores Inc. announced it was a victim of a data security breach in January, Michaels and its Aaron Brothers subsidiary’s store customer’s credit card data was still at risk.
By now internet users and organizations have heard of Heartbleed, however what is unclear – is whether all internet users and online web sites are checking to see if the sites they use have been affected and if their personal, financial, and medical data is at risk.
One Kings Lane saw a 20% improvement in web delivery times and a 35% boost in mobile page loads just before the 2013 holiday season when it began working with a web content delivery technology company.
Collectible toy retailer Kidrobot quadrupled conversions and increased orders by 13% since making improvements to the user experience on its ecommerce site, including integrating video and other social media content into its site.
Invitation only online merchant Rue La La re-engaged its inactive customers, increased conversions and built a strategic cross-channel data capabilities when it began working with Bright Tag, a tag management system company.