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04/11/2018

Headed to eTail Canada?

If you will be attending eTail Canada in Toronto on May 15-17, stop by the Yottaa booth for a free website performance evaluation.

Retailers such as Ulta Beauty, The Container Store, Lands' End, and many more have been able to improve site performance up to 60% and increase online conversions up to 20% using Yottaa.

Click the button below to schedule your free site performance evaluation at eTail Canada!

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Month: January 2018

Last updated on February 28th, 2018Waltham, MA—January 30, 2018—Yottaa, Inc., the leading SaaS platform for accelerating eCommerce, today announced outstanding results for 2017, including record-breaking revenue and bookings, wins at the largest and most innovative companies in eCommerce, a new product to the market, two reports guiding the latest thinking in eCommerce, and prestigious industry […]

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Last updated on February 28th, 2018This month a group of security research organizations announced two security vulnerabilities in Intel processors – Meltdown and Spectre.  These vulnerabilities could allow sophisticated hackers to access information and passwords from other accounts using the same hardware. The implications for any eCommerce organizations using shared cloud infrastructure are significant.  The […]

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Last updated on February 28th, 2018World’s Largest Travel Luggage Company Experiences 30% Web Page Speed Improvements from the Yottaa eCommerce Acceleration Platform Waltham, MA—January 9, 2018—Yottaa, Inc., the leading SaaS platform for accelerating eCommerce, today announced that Samsonite International S.A., the world’s largest travel luggage company, has selected the Yottaa eCommerce Acceleration Platform to improve web […]

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Last updated on January 9th, 2018Making your eCommerce website fast should be a no-brainer. Deciding how isn’t as easy. One place to start is by using free tools like Google’s PageSpeed Module, more commonly referred to as Mod_PageSpeed. I was recently asked whether Mod_PageSpeed might be “good enough” to make an eCommerce site load faster. Here […]

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