As you know, there is always a surge in spending (and Web traffic) for retailers during the weeks leading up to the holidays. “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” draw out massive numbers of consumers for pre-holiday sales. And these purchasing spikes can seriously harm a business if its billing infrastructure isn’t able to handle this considerable increase in transaction volume.
As businesses are moving to the cloud for their system infrastructure, and consumers are increasingly purchasing items online, it’s that much more important for companies to make sure they have a billing platform that will support additional workloads without impacting their system uptime. So, how to prepare for these popular peaks?
Aria Systems, a cloud billing/subscription management platform provider, offers the following checklist for businesses to ensure that their cloud-based billing system is adequately prepared for the upcoming holiday season.
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