From the most basic shopping cart experience to an elaborate bidding system, Webdrips will help you meet your site's commerce needs on Drupal and Adobe Experience Manager. We do this by sitting down with you and carefully creating a data model and workflow that matches your expected end user experience. We'll also have a look at your shopper experience to reduce abandoned carts and improve ease of use.
All cart systems support multiple payment methods, notifications, and a multitude of other features. In fact, Drupal Commerce has over 500 add-on modules to extend the shopping cart concept. At Webdrips, we've built shopping experiences that are based entirely on exchanging real currency for "points", bidding systems where retailers are notified via email if their bid has been beat, and other complex flows.
Adobe AEM eCommerce
AEM can provide a personalized and branded eCommerce experience. And because the AEM authoring environment allows you to customize pages and components based on persona and location, you can be sure your context and merchandising strategies are superior. For example, you can customize the following:
- Product pages
- Shopping cart components
- Checkout components
Adobe AEM also allows real-time access to product information, which can be used to enforce the following:
- Product information integrity and stock levels
- Variations in shopping cart workflow.
AEM eCommerce Features
- AEM eCommerce provides components for product display, shopping carts, checkout, recently viewed products, vouchers, and many more.
- Customers can search for products using either the site-wide search or eCommerce-specific search. Of course, third-party searches can be integrated as well.
- Like other pages on adobe, products can be presented on a variety of browsers and mobile devices seamlessly.
- Integration with the AEM eCommerce framework.
- Support for experience-driven commerce based on shopper data, activity, and location.