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Over a year ago, I wrote a piece on trends driving CPG Commerce Growth that I feel needs to be revisited. The catalyst for circling back on this topic comes from a recent report published by Jumpstart related to the “CPG eCommerce Landscape." My primary theme in the original blogs was three-fold: sell direct, collaborate with retailers and sell via marketplaces. Those recommendations still hold, but Jumpstart’s report highlights through hard facts how CPG brands should optimize these recommendations. Bottomline, they highlighted CPG purchases online have grown 22% since 2017, but most of that growth occurred in 2018. Year-over-year growth in 2019 to date has slowed to around 3%. This pushes a strategy to balance CPG sales for D2C, through retailers, and marketplaces. Let’s give a little context first on what I recommended initially.
In early 2019, our team met to consider which new Sitecore Experience Commerce innovations would be both technically feasible and valuable to companies. I am honored to share our recent contributions that have been spearheaded by several ecommerce visionaries on our XCentium team including Amrit Raj (Founder and Partner), Kautilya Prasad (Director), Balaji Thirumeninathan (Senior Project Manager) and Srikanth Kondapally (Architect).
This post is a quick a "getting started" guide to help new Sitecore Commerce developers to create and run their first Commerce Engine solution.
Sitecore Commerce 9 is delivered with a set of built-in Promotion Qualifications and Benefits.
Qualifications are the conditions you set on a promotion that need to be met for the promotion benefits to be applied to a shopper's order.
Benefits are the possible discounts you select to apply to a promotion. The benefits are applied to a customer's order when the qualification conditions for the promotion are met
For more information on Promotions, Qualifications and Benefits in Sitecore Commerce, check the documentation here: https://doc.sitecore.com/users/90/sitecore-experience-commerce/en/promotions.html
In this blog post we will discuss how you can override these qualifications or benefits to meet your specific requirements.
P.S: This blog post is intended for developers who are familiar with Sitecore Experience Commerce Engine's architecture (Plugins, Pipelines, Blocks...).
This post is a quick high-level summary, describing how Sitecore Experience Commerce 9 (SXC) data is persisted in its databases and how to read and understand those database records. Below are some of the details on Commerce databases and tables, a quick summary which might be useful to Development and QA teams, starting on SXC 9 and need a quick walkthrough before diving deep into SXC9 documentation.