TOTOWA, N.J., November 30, 2010 — Dydacomp, a leading provider of business technology platforms for ecommerce and multichannel merchants announced today that their cloud hosted SiteLINK ecommerce shopping cart clients collectively registered almost 1.6 million shoppers on Cyber Monday which translated to a 21% increase over last year on a per store basis.
“It is really good to see our SiteLINK clients growing the number of shoppers visiting their stores on Cyber Monday 2010 at a double digit rate,” said John Healy CEO of Dydacomp. Healy went on to say, “SiteLINK clients have taken advantage of all of the conversion and upsell features we have put into our cloud hosted solution for them and it is paying off.”
Additionally, total revenue per store using Dydacomp’s SiteLINK SaaS ecommerce solution grew 15.7% this Cyber Monday compared to 2009, while conversion improved to 1.9% from 1.8%. While Cyber Monday transactions were up 21% per SiteLINK store, average order size was down slightly from a year ago suggesting shoppers found what they were looking for and purchased products at a price that was competitive.
Rick Bednarik, Dydacomp VP of Technology added, “our software and infrastructure worked exactly as designed allowing our SiteLINK clients 100% uptime on Cyber Monday.” Bednarik added, “In fact, our most active clients generated close to 100,000 visitors alone on Cyber Monday without any latency issues.”
Dydacomp launched one of the first online shopping carts in the late 90’s and drew from its rich order management system heritage to build cloud hosted SiteLINK. Rob Coon, President of Dydacomp closed by saying, “Clients have a choice in partners for both their order management and shopping cart needs and they are seeing the value in having those systems synchronized and provided by one company that continues to invest in technology to ensure their future success on Cyber Monday as well as the other 364 days of the year.”