Monthly Archives: June 2016
At the 2016 Magento Imagine Conference in April, MageTraining met with a lot of people. These people were with companies like development agencies and hosting companies, to solution providers and merchants. Below is our interview with DSNYC, an interesting new solution provider which will be of interest to growing businesses looking to integrate their various business systems. They are poised to disrupt the ecosystem with a comprehensive service at an extremely competitive price.
In our previous post on Magento modules we discussed what modules where and how they can be used to add features and functionality to your website. We also noted things you should consider before adding modules for your Magento store. In this part, we will discuss how to obtain modules and how to install them.
The flexibility of Magento is one of the most appealing factors for businesses looking to adopt the platform. Not only does it come with a lot of functionality out of the box, but it also allows businesses to augment that functionality to meet their very specific business needs. One way businesses are able to do this is by adding modules to their Magento store. With the release of Magento 2, the ability to add modules remains and has, in my opinion, been improved. In this post we will discuss what modules are, the benefits of adding them to your store, and some things to consider when adding modules to your Magento store.
Recently I made a purchase from a timber company online. The experience reminded me that there's a right way and a wrong way to deal with orders and customer service enquiries. I have summarised what happened in the post along with some reminders of how store managers can avoid the issues I encountered.