eCommerce software and consulting that fits your business.
The ability to integrate eCommerce websites with new or existing business and accounting systems is what separates Inforest Communications from those who only offer canned software or third party services.
- Setup of merchant accounts selecting payment gateways
- Development and tuning of velocity controls, captcha
andother fraud prevention measures
- Explanation of and response to third party security audit issues
- Determination of shipping and handling rates and/or obtaining on the fly quotes from UPS, FedEx, USPS
andother shipping services.
- Integration with fulfillment centers, and
creationof custom packing slips.
- Affiliate program integration, provision drop shipping programs and setup of third-party sales channels, such as Fulfillment by Amazon and
- Sales reporting integration with Google Analytics, which can be linked to Google Ads and other channels.
- Landing page design, pay-per-click, social media ads
andsearch engine optimization
Powered by Drupal Commerce and WooCommerce
Inforest does all this with the help of open source software, from utilizing frameworks such as Drupal Commerce and WordPress/WooCommerce or writing our own tools. Open source allows us to collaborate with other developers on the creation and refinement of the code we utilize on our projects, while also providing an enormous foundation of software that runs the websites we develop. Do you have needs for an eCommerce store with difficult requirements? Do you have a legacy shopping cart that needs to be revamped? We are here to help! We’ve worked with OSCommerce, Magento and all manner of legacy PHP programming based websites. Looking for recommendations on starting new? Read more about our current work with Drupal Commerce and WooCommerce, too great options for modern web store options!
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This is a short follow up to a previous post that covered how to alter access restriction queries for Drupal Commerce entities. This includes situations where you want to show information in a View but need to provide an alternate logic for allowing access to view the results. My previous post details a function that utilizes…
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