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From Duong Nguyen Huu <du...@vietofbiz.com>
Subject Re: OFBiz / BigFish eCommerce Latest Updates
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2013 16:10:55 GMT
Very nice Rosser,

I am keep tracking.


On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 1:24 AM, Nick Rosser <nrosser@salmonllc.com> wrote:

> All,
> The latest release of our OFBiz / BigFish eCommerce platform is available.
> For more details please visit http://bigfish.salmonllc.com, the "Demo"
> section will provide a good overview of both an eCommerce implementation
> and the BigFish Admin Module.
> Points of interest for this release:
>  * Performance / Scalability:
>      o we have continued to fine-tune the number of SQL's made via
>        OFBiz services
>      o and now completely use OFBiz caching
>      o a great example is www.goldmedalhair.com, this has a good amount
>        of products and is very efficient
>  * More OFBiz features in BF Admin Module
>      o the ability to add new customers
>      o the ability to add new orders (we use a shopping / cart /
>        checkout paradigm)
>  * Payments
>      o Cash on Delivery
>      o Sagepay with tokenization (credit card is not stored in OFBiz,
>        the returned unique "token" is stored as the reference)
>  * And various fixes and minor enhancements
> We continue to be busy with client implementations and so far both of our
> more recent clients are looking to upgrade to the latest version (this
> includes www.1800fishoil.com and www.eagansemporium.com). New client
> implementations will be announced over the coming months -- of particular
> interest is a couple of solutions for Indian retailers (currency in Rupees,
> different address formats etc.).
> On our immediate delivery schedule are two major items, now beyond the
> research stage, well into proof-of-concept and will be in full development
> very shortly:
>  * Extended Sites
>      o The ability to have a new Product Store and a completely
>        re-purposed "extended site" capability
>      o All content can be segregated to a specific store
>      o Products can be repurposed, or separated into their own catalog
>      o Leveraging a lot of the great work done in OOTB OFBiz
>  * Entity Sync (staging -> production)
>      o The ability to have a "staging" implementation that
>        "synchronizes" to Production whenever is appropriate
>      o So, our clients can prepare new content, promotions, home page
>        imagery, products, pricing throughout a certain amount of time
>      o and then "synchronize" everything into Production at one time
> Items that may be of interest on our Road Map:
>  * Integration with eBay, Google Shopping and Snapdeal
>  * Spell checker, with "did you mean" functionality
>  * Auto complete on search box
>  * EBS Payment Gateway, for Indian market
> Best Regards,
> Nick Rosser
> nrosser@salmonllc.com
> O: 516.742.7888 x221
> C: 516.901.1720

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