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  • Keith Hubbard 174 posts 402 karma points
    May 07, 2015 @ 00:02
    Keith Hubbard

    Looking for the right E-commerce Solution for a client

    I am current reviewing shopping carts for a client and want to find the best fit for the site.  Can Tea Commerce meet all the steps listed below?


    Step 1 - Waiver

    ·        User arrives at Winter purchase page.

    ·        A release of liability waiver is presented. This information must be editable via Umbraco content node.

    ·        A checkbox is seen at the bottom of the waiver. Only when checked does the Next button appear.

    ·        Customer clicks Next.

    Step 2 – Purchaser information

    ·        A user enters details about themselves. Needed fields can be found on existing site.

    Step 3 – Product selection

    ·        The user is presented with available products.

    ·        A product is selected.

    ·        Depending on the product chosen, a number of fields are then presented. Each product can have many recipients assigned to it. Each recipient can enter their name, age, photo status and can select an associated locker or rental pack.

    ·        Family passes have multiple recipients. Additional recipients can be added at a defined rate.

    ·        Each family pass has a minimum recipients value, a maximum recipients value, and an additional recipient cost value.

    ·        When the product selection is complete, the user can add more products if necessary

    ·        Once all products are entered, they have the option to have their products mailed to them. This has an additional charge which also must be configurable.

    Step 4 – Billing

    ·        Customer enters billing information. Fields can be found on existing site.

    Step 5 –Review order

    ·        Customer reviews submitted information.

    ·        Each product is editable & removalable.

    ·        Each recipient is editable and removeable.

    ·        Billing info is editable.

    ·        The order can then be submitted or cancelled.

    ·        Billing information is submitted to the credit card agency. User is forwarded to a thank you page on the site. This thank you page shows their order details and order #.

    ·        Customer is emailed a confirmation of the order.


    ·        CLIENT is emailed a confirmation of the order.

  • Richard Poyner 2 posts 71 karma points
    May 07, 2015 @ 10:33
    Richard Poyner

    All of steps are possible.
    Tea Commerce is an e-commerce tool that is very flexible for any solution. 

    Step 1:
    You can keep the structure you already now from Umbraco and add your dynamicly content from Umbraco as orderproperties, which will be on an order.

    Step 2:
    Seems as if this step would normally be the cart step 2 where all information is put by the Purchaser.

    You can choose how your flow will be, so after the information is given, and the order is set with the orderproperties, you can choose to show which product you would like, even sorted by which properties given from the information step.

    Orderproperties can be set anywhere on the website.

    Step 3:
    All of the logic you have for your products can be set in umbraco, and therefore be presented as you wish. Basicly you use Umbraco for your product structure, so if you have your vision on the structure in Umbraco, then you can easyly add the nessesary product values to your order.

    Step 4:
    You can split your cartflow as you need with Tea Commerce, and Umbraco. 

    Step 5:
    Yes it is possible to create this page as an "editable page" :)

    With our powerfull javascript Api you can change every order detail as needed. ;

  • Richard Poyner 2 posts 71 karma points
    Jun 23, 2015 @ 13:23
    Richard Poyner

    Hello Keith Hubbard.

    I was wondering if you found am eCommerce solution for your client?

    I would really appreciate if you could tell me which eCommerce solution have chosen for your client, or which solutions you have found most interesting? :)

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