At Namogoo, we believe that the best way to prove the value of our solution is to show it. With every prospective customer, we run a 30-day “Proof of Value” (POV) to prove that our technology is both easy to implement, and ROI positive.
The POV applies an A/B test to the visitor population in which Digital Malware has been detected. Group A, the control group, are left to their own devices, while Namogoo blocks the digital malware for group B. Throughout the thirty days, we measure the difference of several KPIs, including conversion, cart abandonment, and retention.
In every POV we run, two things will almost always happen:
- Visitor sessions in which infection is detected will outperform “clean” sessions on several KPIs, regardless of whether the infection is blocked or not.
- Visitor sessions in which Namogoo blocks infection, will further outperform sessions in which infection is detected but not blocked. We consistently see an improvement of 15-25% for conversion rates, and 20-30% in checkout abandonment rate in the blocked population when compared to the monitored population of infected users.
Surprised? A lot of our customers are because there is a tendency to reverse cause and effect. It’s not that infected users are more likely to convert; rather, people who are more likely to convert are more susceptible to infection.
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