Webinar Wrap-Up

Whew! 2014 is almost in the books. We wanted to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who attended live or watched a recording of one of our webinars, and provide a recap of all we learned throughout the year. We held 12 Webinars last year on a wide range of topics. We introduced you to new technology partners and showcased beautiful and innovative Drupal Commerce sites. We discussed the upcoming transition to PCI version 3.0 and talked about a new breed of eCommerce sites, focused on the merging of Content & Commerce.

We also kicked off a new type of webinar series, focused on the unique technical aspects of Drupal Commerce. We held 6 Drupal Commerce Tech Talks and covered features and functionality to enhance and redefine how eCommerce is done with Drupal.

And we launched a new cloud development and hosting solution, Platform.sh, and managed to do several live demos (including ones in German and French!) All in all, it was a hugely successful year for our webinar series...and we’re looking forward to continuing that trend in 2015.

We invite you to browse our entire archive, recapped here for you in the form of little gifts that you can give yourself at your own pace. We hope you will find it to be a valuable resource to you in your continued work with Drupal Commerce.

Happy Unwrapping

Avoid CyberCrime and Data Breaches Build an eCommerce Site from the Ground Up Add Commerce functionality to your Content and Community Sites Cut Costs on Credit Card Processing Capitalize on the boom in Chinese eCommerce Capture Reveune with Alternative Payements See B2C Creation first hand with the Hunter Boot Case Study Fill your customers cart through inspirational shopping Deliver Content and Drive Conversions with a CDN Prepare for PCI DSS 3.0 Achieve B2B Bliss with the Martin Engineering Case Study Geek Out with Tech Talks
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Online Marketing Manager
Posted December 22, 2014

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