When talking with potential clients, they tell me the mere thought of the time and cost involved to platform, or re-platform, eCommerce can be enough to leave things ‘status- quo’. Might that be you?

Not so long ago, it was a huge Enterprise undertaking to get an eCommerce system up and running. The good news is, Software as a Service (SaaS) options and the right implementation partner significantly reduce time, cost and stress in getting your platform up and making money.


Insite has a built-in EmailService that allows a developer to easily send emails to a customer whenever they perform an action on the system. This EmailService utilizes the RazorEngine in order to parse HTML and generate rich content emails for delivery. On a recent project, I had many scenarios where an email was being sent to the customer. All of the emails contained a common look and feel, including a fully rendered header and footer. In this blog, I will go over the process I followed in order to allow for the use of the standard Layout property in the Razor template for emails.


Recently, I have been working on a requirement where the client wanted to track the media download events and add this data to xDB. The best suitable approach for this would be to associate these events as a custom contact facet. I am planning to post a thread of articles which will address this requirement one blog post at a time. In this blog post, let’s start by defining our custom contact facet...


Sitecore Commerce currently allows object extension through the use of weakly and strongly typed properties. Although the recommended development practices point to the strongly-typed approach as being preferred our experience shows that the weakly-typed should be used in the majority of the use cases. In this blog we look at the cons and pros of each approach and the reason behind the recommendation.


In some cases, we might have a need to transfer user accounts between different Sitecore instances that do not use the shared user accounts storage. In this article, I would like to share my experiences and thoughts on how I completed a successful migration...


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