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MagentoLive Sydney 2013- An update


Eldhose with Roy Rubin, Co-founder and CEO of Magento

This year for the first time, Magneto Live came to Sydney, Australia. We hope that one-day Imagine conference will happen in this beautiful city down under. Continue Reading >>

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Some integration options for Magento SMEs and Sart-ups

Recently we were talking to a client who planning to start an online store using Magento. Continue Reading >>

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Magentolive, Sydney 2013.Some notes

Talk: Gary Forman, Director of Marketing, Magento

35% people attended Magentolive are merchants
28% solution providers
11% from Magento/ebay Continue Reading >>

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fCommerce and Magento

facebook commerce or fcommerce or f-commerce is the word used for online purchase of products or services through facebook.

It is a subset of social commerce.This involve the social media as the platform for online store. The term social commerce was used first by Yahoo! in 2005. Continue Reading >>

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How do you find a reliable offshore partner for Magento Development?

This must be a question that is playing on the minds of anyone toying with the idea of outsourcing at least a part of the Magento Development work that they do.

Magento became the leading ecommerce platform in a very short period of time and there are many companies in the market today offering Magento based solutions. With increased demand and competition for Magento Development, entrepreneurs are looking to reap the benefits of outsourcing. Continue Reading >>

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Our Magento Story


Our team first started working with e-Commerce web sites in the early part of the year 2000. We had our own shopping cart product by 2003 and its name was ‘Easyshopee Cart’ which had very basic features for a shopping cart software. Since then we have used both proprietary and open source products to deliver e-commerce solutions to our clients from around the world.

Most of the solutions in the market in the early 2000s were not sufficient to deliver great online stores. By the second half of the year 2007 our partners in overseas had great challenges regarding the features of ecommerce platform, pricing and technology they were using. After much discussions with our partners, we finally decided to develop an e-Commerce platform with our partners, invested together and spent around 50 man months for developing the new platform. The work was progressing very well. Continue Reading >>

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