CloudCommerce, a global provider of cloud-driven e-commerce and mobile commerce solutions, is ready for the busy holiday shopping season to come.
The company has just announced the holiday preparedness plans of its Indaba Group subsidiary.
To meet the increased holiday demand, Indaba Group will provide its online merchant customers with “enhanced hosting, logistics, mobile, marketing and other critical online services.”
Black Friday marks the beginning a major cultural event in the American economy. Beginning as early as Thursday evening on the Thanksgiving holiday and spanning the entire weekend through to what has been known as cyber Monday, shoppers in dramatically increasing numbers are staying home to avoid crowds at traditional brick and mortar marketplaces. The result is significant growth for the digital commerce industry. Last year, American holiday shoppers reportedly spent $61 billion online.
According to a report by Statistica, online shopping has increased steadily each year.
The Indaba Group holiday preparedness guide, originally published on its website early in August 2015, outlines critical preparation steps suggested for merchants, enabling them to take advantage of increased website traffic as visitors come to shop for holiday gifts. T
“Over the years our customers have traditionally seen huge spikes in traffic and sales during this upcoming time of year,” says CloudCommerce CEO Andrew Van Noy. “So we advise them ahead of time to batten down the hatches and prepare for the coming storm of increased and welcomed sales. We are proud to see our new subsidiary company so thoroughly preparing customers with well thought out advanced tactics, because when our customers succeed, so do we.”