While all Business Users should definitely use Merchandising Manager from within Sitecore to manage all catalog data, including inventory data if you’re using the Inventory System, there’s still scenarios where the use of Catalog Manager makes sense, being: Fast and easy overview of all catalog-related data in a Commerce Server Site Troubleshooting Import/export
This post is the first of many where I’ll be writing about Sitecore Commerce Server, previously known as CommerceServer.net and before that known as Microsoft Commerce Server. I little introduction to myself, I’m Brian and I’ve been doing projects based on Commerce Server since 2007 – and since 2010 I’ve also done a lot of developer training (www.commerceservertraining.com) on the platform. Back to […]
Sitecore har i mange år stået for et robust og velafprøvet Content Management System specielt målrettet større organisationer. I takt med at e-handel til stadighed fylder mere og mere i virksomheders online tilstedeværelse, er det dog blevet mere og mere tydeligt, at de har manglet et framework til dette, som niveaumæssigt kan måle sig med CMS’et. Det ser ud til at ændre sig nu.
Today the 9th of December I spend the day in Copenhagen attending the sitecore partner seminar as well as a technical deep dive of sitecore’s e-commerce offerings. We just recently became partners, so we were interested in what the roadmap is as well as what the commerce modules offer. First part – should have worn a tie The partner seminar started with a “what’s new and cool” segment. As usual these things are targeted towards sales people, so as a developer I thought it was very superficial and all about shiny features and buzzwords to be honest. What I did take away from it was that there is done quite a bit of work on streamlining and performance. To be fair I missed the first part because my train was delayed – big surprise for DSB that it has been snowing apparently.