All posts with the tag Omnichannel
Millennials — the first generation of digitally native consumers, or those born between 1980 and 2000 — are now the most populous and the wealthiest group of consumers in the world. Their purchasing power is estimated to exceed $13 trillion worldwide by 2020, according to the Brookings Institute. US millennials are expected to spend the most on holiday shopping this year, spending as much as four times more than baby boomers.
As retailers overhaul their omnichannel offerings to appeal to these consumers’ needs, we have noticed a critical blind spot in their approach: imprecise and outdated fraud prevention strategies that fail to accommodate millennials’ unique lifestyle and shopping behavior, creating friction during checkout.Read More
Sneakers are a hot commodity, and an increasing preference for shopping online is fueling overall growth across this vertical. Industry leaders like Nike and Under Armour announced big gains in online sales last year, a big reason why the global athletic footwear market is projected to balloon to $220 billion by 2020. But this rapid growth presents new challenges to sneaker retailers, among them preventing Card Not Present (CNP) fraud.
When it comes to coping with the high rate of CNP fraud in sneakers, there’s no substitute for experience. Riskified provides fraud management services to several sneaker retailers, including Fortune 500 companies, and is familiar with the intricacies of safe and fraudulent online shopping patterns within the industry. We analyzed our data to compile a report for sneaker retailers, providing insights and best practices for detecting fraud while maximizing online revenue. In this post, I share some of the findings that appear in the full report.Read More