Forter is the leader in e-commerce fraud prevention, protecting over $140 billion in online commerce transactions for over 600 million consumers globally from credit card fraud, account takeover, identity theft, and more. Our identity-based fraud prevention solution detects fraudulent activity in real-time, throughout all online consumer experiences.
Forter’s integrated fraud prevention platform is fed by its rapidly growing Global Merchant Network, underpinned by predictive fraud research and modelling, and the ability for customers to tailor the platform for their specific needs. As a result, Forter is trusted by global enterprises to deliver exceptional accuracy, a smoother user experience, and elevated sales at a much lower cost.
With the shops that were temporarily shuttered due to the coronavirus all set to open up again over the coming weeks, albeit with stricter restrictions on visitor numbers and all sorts of health and safety features, how much share of their sales will online have taken?
Some retailers are using automation in warehouses or delivery, but so many retailer processes – in stores, online, and throughout head offices – have the potential to be automated. For this week’s blog we wanted to assess what impact the coronavirus pandemic may have on retail’s relationship with automation.
We’ve done something slightly different with the blog this week in that we have identified five intriguing new examples of retail personalisation I’ve heard about during recent industry interviews and research.