Neither. Just say
Your information has been submitted.
Submitting implies success. If the information has been submitted, then it has been successfully submitted. Otherwise, it has simply not been submitted.
Submit, transitive verb
to present or propose to another for review, consideration, or
decision; also : to deliver formally
That said, if you really want to use one of those sentences, I would go for the second. As discussed here, in English the last word carries the greatest emphasis. In this case, you want to emphasize the success so I would recommend
Your information has been submitted successfully.