Features and integrations  

Abandon cart recovery

Recover lost sales tool allows businesses to recover lost revenue by sending emails to users who have abandoned their shopping carts with links to complete their purchases. This feature is easy to use and can be integrated into an organization's existing e-commerce platform. In addition to recovering lost sales, the tool provides valuable information about customer preferences and behavior, allowing businesses to improve their email marketing campaigns and overall e-commerce success. Overall, the Recover lost sales tool is a valuable addition for firms looking to boost their sales and improve their e-commerce operations.

Credit account

In-Shop Credit lets customers pay with their store credit, alone or with another payment method. If "Allow mixed payments" is on, customers can choose to split payment between their credit and another method. If it's off, customers must have enough credit to cover the full purchase amount. Store settings, like "Allow mixed payments" and "Apply automatically," can be adjusted.

Credit surcharge

Surcharges add fees to orders, unlike discounts which reduce costs. They're used to charge for specific services or products, such as packing or remote areas. Coredna allows surcharges to be set up and applied like discounts. They're automatically added to eligible orders, and can be configured to target specific situations. This saves time and reduces errors. Surcharges are a useful tool for businesses to charge extra fees easily and accurately.

Different payment gateways

Businesses can offer clients multiple payment options by accepting payments from various gateways. Core dna integrates with over 15 payment gateways that are PCI compliant, ensuring secure processing of private financial data. Accepting payments from multiple sources can expand a business's client base and increase sales.

Flexible shipping rates

The Coredna platform lets users manage shipping rates using fixed-price, tiered, weight-based, volume-based, location-based rates, or free shipping. These options have different advantages and disadvantages, and businesses can choose what suits them best.



Integration with PayFabric, which allows you to tokenize a credit card and save the token in User's profile in Core dna to use it for payments at any time in the future.


The quotes applications allows you to create customized orders that can later be redeemed/restored at a later date to complete at the checkout process.

Split order

Split orders into separate child orders if certain product conditions are met. For example; A parent order with three products can be split into three separate orders, each with a single product based on their own availability date.

Split shipping

Split Shipping splits cart contents into multiple batches based on shipping class of the products in the cart. Each batch needs to have its own shipping method selected on the Shipping Details page. The same delivery and shipping address will be used for all batches, but each batch will show its own selection of shipping options. The total cost of shipping of the order will be the sum of all selected shipping options for all batches.

Tax management

Tax classes based on major country and state location and flat-rate tax. Integrates with 3rd party systems such as TaxJar & Avalara for calculation of tax and tax reporting.

Zone-based shipping

Zone-based shipping is a feature that calculates the appropriate shipping rate based on the distance between the customer and the product's location. This is particularly useful for businesses with products shipped from multiple locations, allowing them to offer more accurate and competitive shipping rates. Coredna's zone-based shipping is customizable, allowing businesses to optimize their shipping rates based on their specific needs. Other features include integration with popular carriers and support for multiple shipping locations.

Site-wide SSL

An SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate is paramount in today's digital age, serving as a digital passport that provides authentication for a website and enables an encrypted connection. This encryption ensures that sensitive data, such as personal information and credit card details, is transmitted securely between the user's browser and the web server. Without an SSL certificate, data remains vulnerable to interception by malicious actors, compromising user trust and privacy. Moreover, search engines prioritize websites with SSL, making it a crucial component for better search engine rankings. In essence, an SSL certificate not only safeguards data integrity and confidentiality but also bolsters the credibility and trustworthiness of a website in the eyes of its users.