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A lot of retailers offer promotions to customers and limit it by quantity of an item in cart. Let's say - Take 100$ off each limited to two Laptops. So if you add two laptops to your cart, you get 200$ off, if you add 3 laptops to your cart, you still get 200$ off. If you add 1 laptop to your cart, you get 100$ off. 

This blog post explains how to create a promotion in Sitecore Experience Commerce for the above scenario


Sitecore commerce has its own set of indexes called the CatalogScope, OrderScope and CustomerScope. If we want to perform a search on these index, we can use some of the ootb commands. For example, if there is a need to lookup a sellable item entity id by display name, we can query the Solr documents in the CatalogScope index. This blog explains how to make calls to solr from a Sitecore Commerce pipeline block


With the Subscription Box Industry booming, it is more important than ever for companies is to be able to leverage their ecommerce solution to claim their share of this $2.6 Billion dollar industry. While the additional constant revenue source is appealing to companies, what is ultimately important is to stay relevant by delivering an engaging customer experience, in the channel customers want to be reached. Recognizing this, our XCentium team, led by Director, Kautilya Prasad, decided to create a Subscription Plugin for Sitecore Experience Commerce.


 A limited coupon discount is an attractive way to increase traffic on your web shop. 

Read here and see how coupons affect human behavior.

Benefits of coupons:

  1. Increased Happiness
  2. Higher Oxytocin Levels.
  3. Decreased Stress

 

Keeping the above  in mind, let us see how can we support the Business Tools Users in creating an early bird coupon from Business Tools.

In this blog post, let us see how we can easily support early bird coupon or limited usage coupon with Sitecore Experience Commerce. A link to github is also provided in the blog. 


Have you seen shops where a customer can checkout without actually paying at the time of order? We all know how critical a feature this is when it comes to reserve hotel rooms, order online and pay in store, etc. I will walk you through the various steps of the process, how is it working in the backend and how easy it is to work with Sitecore Commerce. You will also see that the customers who choose pay later, can go to their order history and pay for their orders.


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