As the inventor of the first mobile phone, Motorola single-handedly launched the mobile communications industry. And as the creator of the first phone that supported iTunes®, Motorola continues to dominate the industry today, with $6.38 billion in sales and revenue in 2017.
ASUS is a Taiwanese multinational company that sells computers, hardware and computer items, and was the 4th largest supplier of computers in the world in 2015 ($14.4 billion in revenue in 2015). It runs about 50 service sites in 32 countries and has over 400 service partners worldwide.
Toronto-based RV Part Shop was founded in 2013 with a simple mission: to help Canadian RV owners find and purchase spare parts online. The company has since expanded into the U.S. market and today boasts one of the largest inventories of RV parts and accessories at competitive prices.
With offices in New York, Hong Kong, the U.K., and more, bloom was founded by four dads wanting to bring meaningful innovation and contemporary design to a world of baby products that have traditionally been functional but not in tune with the design sense of modern parents.
At iDrinkCoffee, fraud management was causing serious anxiety. The speciality coffee equipment company caters to coffee enthusiasts in Canada and abroad. And with product offerings reaching into the low five figures, a fraudulent purchase or a false decline.
At Paraná Lentes, fraud management was drawing employee focus away from the core business. The contact lens company needed fraud prevention that could beat the challenges of CNP sales into 150-plus countries while keeping legitimate customers happy. Paraná Lentes chose ClearSale and got the results they were looking for.
InterConnection wanted stronger protection for its e-commerce sales of computers and other equipment to retail customers and non-profit groups worldwide. InterConnection chose Clearsale’s fully outsourced Total Guaranteed Protection fraud solution and saw dramatic results within two quarters.