We have all seen the title “Sitecore Platinum Partner” and may have a vague understanding of what this title really means. However, with Sitecore Symposium on the horizon, I felt it was time to dig into what sets this elite group of firms apart from the rest. In my research, I found six key characteristics that this group, of fewer than 20 firms globally, has in common.
Security breaches of IT systems have been in the news frequently. Multiple companies have seen multi-million dollar expenses due to a security breaches. The cost of a security data breach has frequently exceeded $350 million for Fortune 500 companies. To minimize the risk of the liability for a security breach a company must have a secure infrastructure and public website.
The Web Forms for Marketers module is one tool extremally important and very much used by Marketing team in any type of organization. It allows you create forms to engage and drive customers to your business by generating leads. In addition, you can extend and customize it in ways that satisfy your team's needs. In this blog, I will be writing about a new custom field that I had to implement to achieve specific business requirements in one project that I was working.
A secure website and infrastructure is import to minimize your companies liability due to a security breach. The primary tool to secure and harden your infrastructure is a security audit. The audit will review the infrastructure and process to identify how secure your website is. If your website is secure, great you are done. If your website is not secure you will need to invest and secure your public website.
Do you want to customize your commerce tab views in experience profile? Here is a good start on how to store custom commerce properties data in mongo and render it in the Sitecore Experience Profile Commerce Sub Tabs for Order details
There are instances when we use the properties bag in the Sitecore Commerce Connect entities (or Commerce Server Connect entities) to facilitate data exchange. One example of populating the properties with custom data is 'Unit Of Measure' in the sitecore commerce CartLine entity. Whenever an order is submitted, the outcome is captured in xDB and we can navigate to the experience profile to see the order details and summary. When you click on the "Orders" sub tab, it gives a list of all orders and then you can click an order and view details. In this blog, let's have fund and see how to add more columns to the 'Lines' section.