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're always on the lookout for great sites built with Drupal Commerce, our truly flexible software that's changing the face of eCommerce one site at a time.
Wow!!! As I think about the week spent in Amsterdam, I am in awe of the entire experience. This beautiful place has a very long and eventful history dating back to the 12th century, and was the perfect setting for DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014.
The Symfony Live events of this Fall (London, Berlin, NYC, Madrid) are around the corner, and for the first year, Commerce Guys is going to attend these events as a sponsor. Some people are wondering why, and I’d like to explain why Commerce Guys is very excited to engage with the Symfony community and its open source software vendor, SensioLabs.
In fact, there are 3 main reasons for Commerce Guys’ interest in Symfony and working tightly with SensioLabs:
Colleges and Universities have overwhelmingly chosen Drupal as their CMS, and it’s a growing need for schools to use commerce functions to process a myriad of things, from registration and book sales to donations and permits. We just don’t think it makes sense to create these functions with a bolted-on commerce platform when Drupal Commerce provides such a smoothly integrated solution to serve a wide range of commerce needs at no cost. Leveraging the investment already made in knowledge, training and resources to serve commerce needs is the way to go.
eCommerce is undergoing rapid change from the traditional search, view, add to cart, and checkout paradigm to one that is rich in content, creates a more engaging and unified user experience, and drives buying decisions within that context.
Aussi attrayante qu’elle soit, l’expression « sensation mondiale instantanée » est une contradiction. La mondialisation exige de prendre des mesures stratégiques et celles-ci requièrent de la recherche et une certaine réflexion. Les sensations qui sont effectivement instantanées sont généralement des succès sans lendemain, et rares. Pour développer une stratégie mondiale réussie et durable, il vous faut prendre le temps de régler les choses qui ralentissent le commerce mondial, puis de pouvoir profiter de la vitesse à laquelle vous réussissez, une fois ces éléments de base en place.
On the 1st January 2015, the European Union (EU) rules on the calculation of Value Added Taxes (VAT) on broadcasting, telecommunications and e-services are changing. This affects businesses and consumers inside the EU and businesses outside the EU selling into the EU.
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