eCommerce

Core dna help center

We integrate with 20+ payment gateways, including PayPal and Amazon Pay and our open API allows us to easily integrate with just about any partner you chose. The same is true for shipping and 3PL partners.

[Read more]

Yes, we do. Our ability to support multiple brands and site instances (by geography, market, etc.) on one platform and access all data in a unified dashboard is one of the features that makes us attractive to multi-brand manufacturers and retailers. For more information about our multi-site feature, click here.

[Read more]

Yes, Core dna is fully responsive. You can also deploy it in a headless or decoupled manner, which gives you even more flexibility over the front-end as well as the ability to integrate with future devices, support emerging trends like voice search, and more. Not sure what a headless commerce is? We’ve got you covered.

[Read more]

We support both and have several ways these can be dealt with. We also support what we call split orders, where we can offer clients the option of shipping a partial order while the remaining items are on backorder.

[Read more]

Our engine supports a number of search tools, including customizable Elasticsearch (for facets, site search). If you have a specific engine in mind, we can also evaluate integrating it.

[Read more]

Exchanging goods or services for money across country lines comes with a host of regulatory measures and technical considerations, regardless of whether you’re doing business face-to-face or online. There are also important environmental and cultural differences that will influence the way that you present your offerings to local consumers.

Core dna is setup to enable your team to think globally and act locally, meaning we have international domains and international payments with different personalization features to help you scale. 

We created a blog post where we share eight considerations that you should keep in mind as you develop your plan for going from domestic provider to international distributor. Read more about scaling your eCommerce globally.

[Read more]

According to Ecommerce Guide, nearly all retail growth in the US at present is driven by eCommerce — a trend which looks set to continue into the foreseeable future.

Dominant eCommerce brands like Amazon and Walmart understood the importance of utilizing the best eCommerce website design practice to enable a good customer experience.

And in order for your brand to deliver the same customer experience through your eCommerce platform, you need to make sure your site meets certain requirements.

So to help you prepare your eCommerce website, we’ve compiled a comprehensive checklist (with 36 items) that have been categorized into the following categories:

  1. Site-wide
  2. Homepage
  3. Product Listing & Category Pages
  4. Product Pages
  5. Cart Page
  6. Checkout Page(s)

[Read more]

D2C, or Direct to Customer, is a low barrier-to-entry eCommerce strategy that allows manufacturers and CPG brands to sell directly to the consumer. It bypasses the conventional method of negotiating with a retailer or reseller to get your product on the market. In D2C, brands sell directly to the consumer through an online medium. 

Going D2C has many advantages, with competitive pricing being a major benefactor for consumers. Other advantages include having direct contact with consumers to get a better understanding of them, and being able to freely experiment with new product releases and test them with a segment of your consumer-based to gain their feedback.

For more information visit our ultimate guide to d2c

[Read more]