Let’s take a quick look at the differences between Microservices and Headless eCommerce. Microservices is an option for enterprise customers who already have matured online presence with large amount of content that would only be requiring a commerce microservice delivered via API. This online presence could be powered by a content-rich platform such as WordPress, Drupal and another platform of choice, as the presentation layer, while the backend eCommerce engine would be powered by eComchain. Headless commerce is useful for small to mid-sized companies providing the nimbleness to move and grow fast by enabling teams to work within their existing …read more
With the advent of new technologies, legacy eCommerce platforms have struggled to keep pace with the ever-changing buying habits of shoppers and the innovations that new technologies have been able to provide. Cloud-based platforms have helped businesses adapt without increasing the cost to maintain and without having to rewrite code or replace existing ways of doing business. In this white paper you’ll learn how eComchain’s microservices architecture allows you to continue with your current CMS or non-eCommerce platform while you integrate with the best-of-breed solutions, flexibility at scale and robust eCommerce. In addition, you will find why merchants like yourself need …read more
To provide some background: the premise for one-page checkout is to let users go through the checkout process within a single page of an eCommerce storefront, by entering all of the required information, related to shipping and billing, without having to load additional pages. The goal behind this feature is to get customers to go through the final steps of purchase more quickly. By over complicating the check out process it may result in lost sales and unsatisfied customers. rnrnIf the checkout is all on one page, end consumers or users will be closer to completing their order, increasing the …read more
Email unsubscribes related to the number of people who request to stop receiving marketing campaigns or emails. rnrnThe Option to Unsubscribe Is Required by Law as set forth by FCC. An unsubscribe link is a must in your marketing campaigns, and this is mainly to avoid emails becoming a spam. Having an email subscriber tag merchant’s emails as spam could have all the emails blocked. rnrnWith this new feature, your emails or marketing campaigns will include a working link to easily allow someone to unsubscribe, as shown in the demo.