KPMG Crimsonwing had the pleasure of attending Meet Magento NL this year as a Gold sponsor. Here, I had the opportunity to demonstrate our omni-channel solution at the event along with my Dutch colleagues Jeffrey D’hondt, Jeroen van Zwienen and Bart Baeschnitt. I usually attend Magento Live in the UK, so it was interesting to […]
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We have mentioned data and content a few times now on our blog, this is not to be repetitive but to highlight how important these areas are for an eCommerce website.
In one of Barry’s previous blog entries, ‘key functionalities for a B2B eCommerce site’ he said that one of the key functionalities for B2B eCommerce sites is the functionality to place orders quickly via a quick order tool. This is now possible out of the box in Magento Enterprise 1.12 via the Order By SKU […]
Standing ovations for Gary Forman and Dido look a likes made for a comical start and end to Magento Live UK 2012 in Central London.
In Magento Enterprise 1.11, Magento released an RMA (Returns Management Authorisation) system to enable customers and customer service representatives (CSRs) to manage returns.
Sometimes, when delivering eCommerce projects for clients, instead of reinventing the wheel, it’s often easier (and cheaper) to buy an extension instead of creating one.
One of KPMG Crimsonwing’s top priorities is to produce eCommerce stores that fulfill our clients’ needs and business requirements.
One of the many additional feature available in Magento Enterprise Edition that is not in the Community Edition, are the gift options.
When browsing the forums online, I often come across the same question relating to Google Analytics and Magento: “what are goals and funnels in google analytics and how do they work with my magento eCommerce store“?
Engaging customers through blogs and news articles on an eCommerce store can have its benefits, but before setting up a blog there are several areas that need careful consideration.
It’s been a couple of crazy weeks since the eCommerce expo event, however a few points really stuck in my mind about the people I met and their entrepreneurial spirit.
Are you thinking about expanding your eCommerce coverage?
With the new release of Magento Enterprise 1.11 I thought I would have a go at it and learn a few new tricks in Magento. One area I was particularly interested in was setting up a staging environment in Magento. I looked online for tutorials for staging, but did not have much luck for the […]
Configuring tax can be tricky to get right if you are setting up an eCommerce website in a country where the tax varies from county/state/region etc. It is important to define what the tax rules and zones are early on in a project if possible to ensure the desired result.
How often do you use the BBC’s iPlayer? I use it quite often at home on my Mac, it’s great for watching programs on playback or live. Our computer has become more of our TV than our TV, because it’s bigger and better quality screen than our TV. However, today’s news that the iPlayer is […]
In June, I wrote about using augmented reality in fashion stores, today I have read Econsultancy’s blog post about Banana Flame, an online fashion retailer who are using augmented reality on their website via the webcam. This is quite exciting!
So what do you make of the Google+ and Facebook rivalry? Have Google+ simplu taken the best of Facebook and enhanced it? How does the group chat on Google+ compare to Skype and Facebook video calling?
2011 already has seen new trends in eCommerce gaining momentum, such as social commerce, video and mCommerce, as previously mentioned. The best thing I have seen so far is the way video and augmented reality are being used to demonstrate products. I have seen a great feature by French Connection, in which video is used […]
Just a short one for you on customer segments this week. This area is very interesting and has a lot of depth too. There are many different angles to the discussion surrounding customer segmentation, such as the tools used, how good it is for marketing professionals and also the moral and ethical view point. But […]
Having now attended my first Internet World at Earls Court yesterday, I thought that the presentations were very informative and found one in particular, Web Feed Management for Google success by Lakestar Media taught me something new.