Which Ecommerce Solution?

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by [RZ] » Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:06 am

thank you for your kind mail
(you will be receiving an answer today, even i have ready an extra demo that can be useful for the proposed case)

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by ColinM » Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:13 am

[RZ] wrote:thank you for your kind mail
(you will be receiving an answer today, even i have ready an extra demo that can be useful for the proposed case)
awesome RZ - thanks Mate!
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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by DavidQ » Thu May 05, 2016 7:32 am

Hi Colin,

I am looking into the current WWB ecommerce options for an upcoming project and wondered how you got on with your project? Did your choice of cart work out well for you? I'd appreciate hearing your thoughts.

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by ColinM » Fri May 06, 2016 3:22 am

DavidQ wrote:Hi Colin,

I am looking into the current WWB ecommerce options for an upcoming project and wondered how you got on with your project? Did your choice of cart work out well for you? I'd appreciate hearing your thoughts.

Cheers,

David
Hi David,

Thanks for your interest. There ARE lot of options and I found it most difficult to decide. I bought RZ's solution, but I haven't been able to find the time to delve into it to the extent that I feel I need to (more a reflection on what I need to invest in understanding it than what looks like a good product). As time was against me with the Client, as is often the case and they didn't want to pay for an imbedded PayPal solution - I went for the std PayPal product, supplementing it with Pablo's Paypal MiniCart 1.0.0 extension - you can see it in action HERE, a website with a design very much driven by the Client. :)
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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by DavidQ » Fri May 06, 2016 10:14 am

Hi Colin,

Thanks for your reply. Yes there are a lot of options! It's a bit of a research black hole and I'm still investigating. :)

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by zinc » Fri May 06, 2016 10:21 am

@DavidQ - If I may interject here:

RZ's Suite is a comprehensive suit that is designed for a uniformed designed site. It integrates beautifully with WWB and only at the point of checkout the user is directed to PayPal. It has an array of options for every situation and I am an avid user of myself. So I highly recommend this.

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by DavidQ » Fri May 06, 2016 10:40 am

Hi zinc,

Your interjection is most welcome. :) I am currently communicating with RZ and his pre-sales support is certainly fast and helpful. I really like the idea of a WWB integrated cart system and it is good to hear of your positive experience with RZ's suite.

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by ColinM » Fri May 06, 2016 10:42 am

DavidQ wrote:Hi Colin,

Thanks for your reply. Yes there are a lot of options! It's a bit of a research black hole and I'm still investigating. :)

Cheers,

David
You're welcome David - and agreed - Zinc's avid promotion of RZ's solution is not ruled out :lol:
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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by zinc » Fri May 06, 2016 10:43 am

@davidQ - drop me a line (kubikvision [at] gmail.com) should you need further advise. :D
@Collin - :D

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by [RZ] » Fri May 06, 2016 10:48 am

Zinc's avid promotion of RZ's solution is not ruled out
@colin, this really does not sound good, anyway i do not take it personal but lets say 'humorously'
take into account that zinc is not an easy client (and i mean it!), not less than the 70% of the introduced changes were made possible thanks to his avid and constant brain-pecking
@zinc, take it easy, i'm just joking about you

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by DavidQ » Fri May 06, 2016 12:55 pm

Thanks all for your comments.

@zinc - also thanks for your offer of advice. I may just take you up on it.

@[RZ] - I'm glad to hear you don't mind a bit of 'brain-pecking' because there may be some more questions to follow from me next week. :)

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by [RZ] » Fri May 06, 2016 1:10 pm

i was just joking about the pecking

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Re: Which Ecommerce Solution?

Post by ColinM » Fri May 06, 2016 10:23 pm

[RZ] wrote:
Zinc's avid promotion of RZ's solution is not ruled out
@colin, this really does not sound good, anyway i do not take it personal but lets say 'humorously'
take into account that zinc is not an easy client (and i mean it!), not less than the 70% of the introduced changes were made possible thanks to his avid and constant brain-pecking
@zinc, take it easy, i'm just joking about you
Ha Ha RZ - yup, I can definitely relate to Client's that are, as you say "not easy" - that test us - but that's often a good thing! :D
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