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Yottaa is a cloud platform for optimizing web & mobile apps. Firms can manage, accelerate, & secure end user experience with no code change
Yottaa is a cloud platform for optimizing web & mobile apps. Firms can manage, accelerate, & secure end user experience with no code change

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When is Faster eCommerce not Better eCommerce? - “We need to go faster!  Dump all extra weight – I don’t care what it is.  We won’t miss it if we’re dead!” You know the movie scene.  Our heroes are being chased, the bad guys are rapidly gaining.  Everything not bolted down gets dumped – luggage, food, fuel, etc.  Our heroes escape to live another day, only to realize they tossed something essential, dooming them to an even more desperate situation. A recent Internet Retailer article, “Folle...

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The Container Store gets eCommerce Performance Boost from Yottaa

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Home Storage Retailer Improves Online Experience, Security - The post Home Storage Retailer Improves Online Experience, Security appeared first on Yottaa.

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Gen Z: Likes your stores, but needs your mobile - Every new eCommerce report seems required to offer their own forecast on the pending death of brick and mortar stores. So I was surprised by the recent Accenture 2017 Consumer Survey (short registration required) about Generation Z buying behavior. Accenture found that these shoppers actually likes purchasing in stores. In fact, Gen Z shoppers seem to value many of the aspects of store shopping that Millenials cast aside. They like shopping ...

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Don’t Hold Back: The Case for 3rd Party eCommerce Applications

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Third Party Apps Slow Down 80% of Retail Websites - The post Third Party Apps Slow Down 80% of Retail Websites appeared first on Yottaa.

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4 Reasons Mobile Lost Holiday 2016 To Desktop - How was your holiday?  For most eCommerce sites, it was fantastic.  Adobe Digital Insights recently reported that retailers pulled in $91.7 billion in holiday sales, a 11% increase over last year.  But not all retailers or eCommerce teams are celebrating.  Most notably, mobile commerce teams have to consider how they read these results.   Smartphones were responsible for 41% of traffic, but only 21% of sales.  In other words, shoppers flocked ...
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