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on 06th January 2016 / by abhai.sasidharan
The term ‘Migrate’ in the context of Drupal means re-creating the content and configuration of a source site (usually Drupal 6 or Drupal 7) in a new Drupal 8 installation. In earlier versions of Drupal, the common practice was to provide an upgrade path. i.e., update the code to the latest version and then upgrade the database structure according to the code. Once it is done, the content is updated separately.While some of the content has to be migrated manually depending on the complexity of the site, all default content types will be automatically migrated. Custom content types have to manually migrated.That being said, migrating manually isn’t a big pain when it comes to Drupal. The data is properly structured and all that needs to be done is to write a few sql queries to migrate the tables from the old structure to the new structure. In Drupal 8, a migration path has been provided. This is done by first creating a new Drupal 8 installation either on the same host or a different one, but with access to the database. Drupal 8 provides a Migrate API and a Migrate UI, where we will enter the link to the site to migrate and the destination site to which the migrated content will be pulled by the Migrate API. When it comes to custom content in Drupal 8, it is possible to write custom migrations provided by the migrate API. This is the equivalent of writing mysql queries in versions prior to this. You can see these custom and default migrations available in the migrate UI and decide which ones to run or not! While upgrading the Drupal versions 5 through 7, the most common practice has been to overwrite existing site with the newer version. This may often lead to complications if the content (nodes, entities, contexts etc) are quite complex or if some modules don’t have a higher version. However, it would be easier and less time consuming to have a new Drupal installation and move all the content from the old site to this new Drupal installation. This is what Drupal 8 has done and this explains why moving to Drupal 8 is the easiest and best choice! The new version of drush (Command line utility for Drupal) also provides several helpful Drush commands: migrate-import (mi): Performs one or more migration processes. migrate-manifest: Execute the migrations as specified in a manifest file. migrate-messages: View any messages associated with a migration. migrate-reset-status: Reset an active migration status to idle. migrate-rollback: Rollback one or more migrations. migrate-status (ms): List all migrations with current status. migrate-stop (mst): Stop an active migration The migration process in Drupal 8 is quite impressive; it has become more polished and smoother with the help of Migrate API. After a few test runs of the migration process, it is quite evident that it is quite stable and seamless and a lot less painless than the earlier ones. At Zyxware, we have enabled our clients to make a quick and hassle-free shift to Drupal 8. We have sufficient technical expertise to ensure a smooth and uninterrupted transition, without any visible impact on your business. Call us today to know more about our Drupal development services and understand the fastest way to make the change to Drupal 8 before your competitor does! Resources: Migrate API in Drupal 8 Drupal 8 Upgrade Path A Simple Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 Migration ARCHIVE Introduction to migrate D6 to D8 Drupal Development services Drupal 8 Drupal 6 Drupal 7 Drupal Migration Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 31st December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
Websites have become an integral part of any organization; they are your brand’s first impression. Since first impression is the best impression, every organization needs to rope in the best skills and technology to design and develop a website. Websites reflect and convey your company’s image to the public, and over the years, developers and marketers have been on the hunt for various platforms to create a scalable, user-friendly, secure and speedy website design. With the current demand for a fuss-free and convenient online experience, organizations are on the look out for the best and competent website building platforms. At Zyxware, Drupal has kept our clients happy by providing them interactive and highly functional websites. Through our 9 year association with Drupal, we have had the opportunity to work with different versions of Drupal including the latest addition, Drupal 8. Give your business a competitive edge with Drupal 8! Drupal 8 is not only a delight for developers but it also has numerous business benefits. Scalability and performance: There is an increasing demand for highly interactive websites. When websites become more interactive and have too many elements, there is a tendency for the website to become slow. However, Drupal 8 has enhanced features which lets your website be dynamic without making it run slow. Drupal 8s multilingual features allow you to have quick and effortless translations for your site. More security: The inclusion of Symfony PHP and Twig has allowed Drupal 8 to hackproof a website. Since Drupal 8 is a community- backed platform, developers are always on the look-out for threats, and as of now around 62 security improvements have been made in Drupal 8. Integration with marketing tools: All versions of Drupal are capable of integrating with numerous marketing tools. However, Drupal 8 has a more flexible content delivery system, better content authoring tools and improved translation capacity which lets organizations interact with a wider global audience. Mobile-first architecture: Since users do a majority of web browsing through their mobile phones, enterprises need a responsive website design which fits into any screen size. Drupal 8 has mobile responsive themes which are customizable and can be viewed and navigated on any mobile device. Is your website currently running on Drupal 6? If yes, then now is the right time to migrate to Drupal 8. Although Drupal 6 is scalable, secure, and has a well-built framework, the above-mentioned features of Drupal 8 help in making your website dynamic and interactive. The Drupal Upgrade module offers all the required tools for migrating from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8. Drupal 8 can meet all the future demands of online marketing – the Drupal community is dedicated to making enhancements at a radically faster pace. Therefore, migration to Drupal 8 is a sensible step and is an efficient investment that ensures a greater online presence and enhanced user experience. If you want to know about the Drupal development services at Zyxware, get in touch with us today. References: 5 Drupal 8 security, scalability, performance: What devs need to know Business Benefits of Drupal 8 Drupal Development services Drupal 8 Web Development Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 30th December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Online retailers are continuously searching for newer and better ways of addressing their business challenges to ensure future success. While an e-commerce business can be a rewarding one, it's owners have to face their own set of trials and tribulations. Competition is fierce and survival requires special skills and tactics of the highest level, which brings us to our topic in focus. Smartphone and tablet sales are growing rapidly and while this may be great news, it also means that the retailers have to be on their toes to keep the large and growing competition at bay. Failure or loss is the other side of this coin and cannot be ignored as this can prove fatal for the health of your business. It also means that although you have a great and exciting product to sell, unless your website is able to proclaim and announce its arrival successfully to the world, it may be difficult to get it off the shelf. Tackle challenges and stay ahead in the e-commerce space! The top challenges that the e-commerce industry currently faces can be enumerated as below: Building the perfect website: Every business, especially an e-commerce one, must have a website that is designed in a manner to provide information about your products or services in a fluid and simple manner. Since a website is your first point of contact with your potential client, it has to create an image of trust and clarity. A clear-cut layout, ease of navigation and a clutter-free website will certainly go a long way in building a trustworthy relationship with your customer in the virtual world. Content marketing strategy: This oft-heard term in the e-commerce parlance includes various strategies such as blogging, videos, mobile content, social media and newsletters. While the definition may seem simple, it is the implementation of content marketing strategy in the context of your business that requires understanding and reflection. Content marketing efforts will directly reflect on the bottom line of your e-commerce business and thus has to be given careful consideration as every business will have its unique requirements and challenges. Mobile integration: Purchases made via smartphones account for almost one-fourth of all e-commerce business being churned out. Period. Online adapters of the mobile version are growing yet less in numbers. Unless the shopping experience of a customer is heightened and customized for mobile use, it will be difficult to see sales zoom up. This is because optimization for the mobile is the key to attracting customers and ramping up sales. A mobile application is the next step to getting closer to your huge potential and should be given thought. Whether your business is small in size or a large one or whether you are a newbie or an old hand in the e-commerce space, the above challenges are common to all. A well-designed website is the key to your survival and the earlier it is addressed, the quicker you will climb the rungs of success. At Zyxware, our team will help you arm your business with the latest tools for survival in this dynamic and competitive industry. Get in touch with us today to know more about our Drupal website development services. We shall be glad to partner you and give your customer a superior e-commerce experience with our top of the line web development solutions. References: 5 E-commerce Challenges and How to Overcome them The 4 Biggest Challenges Facing E-Commerce Businesses Drupal Development services Ecommerce Web Development Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 29th December 2015 / by Nisha.Oommen
Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of everyday life. The tremendous advancements in mobile technology are transforming lives, helping to create new businesses and changing the way we communicate, work, earn, and spend. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have taken advantage of the Internet, resulting in an enormous increase in sales and business activities. Today, sales made over the internet represent a massive proportion of overall commercial sales. The key to creating the best mobile commerce or m-commerce experience is to innovate and provide consistent, connected experiences over the smartphone that give customers sufficient information to make a purchase decision. The small and medium scale enterprises cover a broad spectrum of industry verticals. Indigenous cottage industries and small-scale industries such as export and tourism benefit from mobile e-commerce. The fast growth of mobile e- commerce stems from the cost advantage of mobile infrastructure over fixed-line installation. Even in rural areas dealing with problems with power outage, m-commerce has an upper hand. A mobile smartphone gives all the benefits of a PC minus the cost to connect to a multitude of networked resources. The key benefits of m-commerce are: Cost advantage from a consumer perspective as compared to price of laptops. Multi-utility functionality of smartphones like geolocation can be exploited to give a better consumer experience. Location independence and time independence (whether during working hours or different time zone) giving a 24/7 worldwide exposure to the organization. The only prerequisite for an e-commerce business is a well–designed website to reach customers, with the infrastructure expense eliminated to provide a higher profit margin. Another advantage provided by m-commerce is that it allows better and quicker customer service that can save both time and money. Adding other services such as tracking services adds to better levels of customer satisfaction with minimal effort. Company websites are constantly on the lookout for new tools to manage their content, as well as track and improve their consumers’ digital experiences. Building a Drupal-based website with a mobile-friendly approach would ensure a better customer experience. The core benefits of Drupal websites for SMEs are: Cottage and small scale industries can have international exposure with better pricing (without the middle man) and product availability to a wider circle. Secure websites that can be scaled as the organization grows. Language translation capabilities that will further widen the circle of coverage. Increased productivity and marketing using Google Analytics Search engine optimized websites The challenge will be to understand the business products, customer base, how the supply chain works and other related business issues. Having seen the huge impact m-commerce has on SME, Zyxware Technologies can help you have that distinct edge over competition with a Drupal-powered mobile friendly website. Zyxware technology has the experience of close to a decade working with different industry verticals. To know more about our Drupal development services, please get in touch with us . Source: References: Mobile commerce offers SMEs a wealth of untapped business opportunities http://www.mobilecommercepress.com/mcommerce-greatly-driven-small-medium-sized-businesses/8510547/ Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 28th December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Come 24 February 2016 and Drupal 6 will reach its end-of-life and will no longer have active community support. The newly-launched Drupal 8 and Drupal 7 will be the community’s focus and Drupal 6 will not receive security updates which are so important for the functioning of a website. It will also be a prudent move not to launch a new project with Drupal 6 and get stuck with a soon-to-be-obsolete Drupal version. Considering all the necessary facts, the question you should ask isn’t “Should I upgrade?” but “Should I upgrade to Drupal 7 or 8?” If you are still stuck with Drupal 6, it is inevitable for you to upgrade ASAP to Drupal 7 or 8 after considering your budget. It will be a great idea not to leave this decision to the last moment when Drupal 6 will turn out to be a liability despite having served you loyally for all these years. If you are an active Drupal 6 user at this stage, here are a few worries that you might encounter: Bug fixing for present projects and new project creation will end on 24 February 2015 There shall be no community support for Drupal 6 users Do not expect any security advice or support for Drupal 6 All Drupal 6 releases on Project pages shall be un-supported Core commits shall not be available post this date Key features of Drupal 8 Drupal 8 has been launched with some awesome features and it is worth taking a peek at them: HTML 5: Drupal 8 has been fortified with the resourceful HTML5; a wonderful ally for mobiles and tablets to be aligned to and that too with minimal changes to the website. The digital world is filled with handheld devices and HTML5 makes a fabulous collaborator for an improved user experience. Building Multilingual websites: Drupal 8 has a lightning fast interface that is ideal for providing language maintenance alternatives to developers and users, hassle-free customization, and fast site translations. Excellent Content Management: Drupal developers have been empowered with the option to make administrative changes to the site using a mobile device and without having to access the back-end from a desktop. This gives immense flexibility as the tablet or smartphone has more accessibility and augurs a better user experience. Introduction of Twig: Known for its flexibility and agility, Twig integration in Drupal 8 has bolstered its security tremendously. Twig also displays better display segregation and logic which enhances Drupal 8’s overall efficiency. Symphony Framework: This framework allows the loading of necessary modules only on to the page, assuring a superior experience for all users. For all worried users of Drupal 6, it is worth mentioning here that Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 are equipped with easy-to-switch tools that will free you from a lot of transition hassles. Make the decision to cross-over and reap the benefits of a much superior CMS. At Zyxware, we are keen to help our clients with this changeover and just one call from you will quickly engage the wheels of change to a much better CMS than before. Connect to us today to know more about our Drupal development services. References: 4 considerations: upgrade Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 Drupal 8: Should you upgrade? Yes! Well...no. Maybe? Drupal: Build something amazing Drupal Development services Drupal 6 Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 24th December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
Drupal has been the core of our business at Zyxware for over 9 long years now. Everyday, this brilliant CMS continues to surprise us with its never-ending choices of vibrant themes, multi-functional modules and tools. We have built thousands of Drupal websites for numerous clients across the globe. Drupal has charmed developers and digital marketers equally with its fast performance, flexibility and security. Drupal 8, the newest version of Drupal, is a great boon for digital marketers. And here are the reasons why Drupal 8 is the preferred choice of digital marketers: Drupal 8 makes use of HTML 5: HTML 5 offers cleaner codes for managing dates, video, email, audio and many other features on website and mobile. With this enhanced feature, it is possible for digital marketers to enhance their reachability and ensure better interaction with users. Mobile-first design: Drupal 8 has a mobile-first design. All the built-in themes stacked in Drupal 8 are responsive, and the additional admin theme adjusts to various screen sizes. It also has a ‘Back To Site’ option so that users can return to their last page. The admin toolbar also functions perfectly on all screen sizes. Multilingual features: Drupal 8 offers an extensive range of multilingual features for your website. The admin interface includes an en suite translation. Enables better content management: Drupal 8 provides extraordinary control for the Content Editor, with the WYSIWYG editor CKEditor built into its core. With Drupal 8, editors or content managers can edit the content in any page without having to turn to full edit. You can create drafts easily and ensure better security for your content. Increased speed in loading pages: Digital marketers want immediate loading of web pages and content. This is a must to ensure better interaction with users and to offer them an enhanced web experience. Drupal 8 has increased the page load speed by integrating Symfony into its core, thus enabling the streamlining of custom Drupal core code. Better theming options: To attract and engage audience, digital marketers have to present new campaigns and offers constantly. The digital experience has to be kept fresh and updated frequently. Making new layouts can be time-consuming. However, Drupal 8 has incorporated a new theming engine, called Twig, which makes creating layouts and themes extremely easy. It also allows you to assemble layouts effortlessly. To wrap it up, Drupal 8 gives digital marketers all the requisite features to create an outstanding and personalized web experience for their customers. If you wish to know more about our Drupal development services and the digital marketing options in Drupal 8, We, at Zyxware, are at your service. Get in touch with us and we will help you attain your digital marketing goals. References: 8 Reasons Why Digital Marketers Are Going Gaga over Drupal 8 Drupal Development services Drupal 8 Digital Marketing Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 23rd December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
If you are looking for a real personalized shopping experience where there are no sales persons to bother you and you have an unlimited range of products lined up before you, log on to the top shopping websites from your mobile phone and shop till you drop. A few years back this would have been unimaginable as shopping websites were few and could be accessed only from a PC or a laptop. Today, you can shop or simply browse through thousands of products while you are at the coffee shop, waiting for your bus or even while at office. Mobile-friendly online stores are ruling the airwaves and are here to stay. As a business, if you are looking to maximise sales and improve you customer base, make sure your website is optimized for mobile users so your customer can shop whenever he or she is in the mood. As a buyer, just one swipe at the mobile will take you across to the fashion trends of the world or help you zero-in on the latest gadgets in the market. If your business isn't mobile-ready yet, here are a few simple reasons to take the plunge today: A mobile-friendly store is the need of the hour today and not an option anymore and hence, the earlier you do it, the quicker you get across to potential customers. As a result, traffic to your mobile site and your website rankings increases due to Google’s mobile-focused approach. More visitors equals more sales, so do it today! A mobile-friendly store is a sure-shot way to enhance your business reach and scale up your revenue, as there are more options available to your potential customer to browse and shop. With the world gravitating towards mobile-only websites, it’s time to take the next step towards today’s technology and improve sales, reach and revenue. Once you have reached the decision to get mobile-ready, you need to have the best CMS to steer you through these choppy waters. Yes, power your website with Drupal 8 before you ring in the New Year. Why Drupal 8? Customers need quick-loading pages for a hassle-free shopping experience and Drupal 8 provides just that. Shoppers are happy with mobile sites that offer check-out that’s easy and simple and are more likely to return for more. Due to Drupal 8’s mobile responsive themes that allow quick customization, navigation and viewing on any mobile device is simple and stress-free.Your website is sure to get better rankings when you choose Drupal as your partner and give you more visitors and potential customers. We, at Zyxware, have created hassle-free experiences for our clients and if making a transition to a mobile-ready online store is on your mind, we can customize one just for you. Call us today to avail our Drupal development services for building your m-commerce site! References: How to make your site mobile ready #18 World's Most Valuable Brands Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 online shopping Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 22nd December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Australia, like the rest of the world, is poised to take the next step in ecommerce, especially when one considers the voluminous amount being spent online. A large majority of the Australian population is privileged to have access to high-speed Internet. Internet has become the most convenient way to receive information and news or go shopping, and Australian businesses are increasingly using it to engage its potential and existing customers. Be it buying electronic gadgets or planning the annual holidays, Australians have taken to ecommerce like a duck takes to water. Let us look at the trends that are set to rock the briskly growing ecommerce industry and are most likely to dominate its future in Australia: Personalized experiences and products: Every online business is keen to attract the attention of more and more potential clients and take the route of innovation and personalization to do it. This customization is the key to shaping the future of e-commerce in Australia. Since customer data is easily available, it is easier to understand the customer psyche and their buying patterns which in turn help to customize the content and communication being sent to the customer. The leading retailer of athletic footwear, apparels and accessories like Nike or Australian retailers like Shoes of Prey allow their customers to select the colour, size, heel, leather material or shape as per their choice and empower them to design them. Mobile ecommerce: The onslaught of mobile devices has created a significant impact on ecommerce. Mobile commerce or m-commerce is the new mantra of retail shopping and an average increase of 35% is expected every year. It is predicted that both, value and volume will grow, taking m-commerce sales to $721 billion and the number of users will increase to 450 million by the year 2017. Mobile purchases and payments have taken off in a big way and are expected to rule the roost in the years ahead. Increase in spending: The spending on online products by Aussies have increased by a fair percentage; the current spending being almost double the amount being spent two years ago. The Australian retail industry is expected to deliver 100% growth by doubling its sales by the beginning of the New Year. Such exciting numbers are highly promising for the Australian ecommerce industry and augur well for the customers and businesses too. Australia is proving to be an extremely mature ecommerce market and has great potential for online companies who are keen to announce their arrival in a big way. An online presence has become mandatory for every business and this is probably the best time to get on to this super fast highway of ecommerce. Australian business houses are sure to realise that the ecommerce industry is certainly in no mood to change to lower gears and will continue to ride at top speeds for a long time to come. We, at Zyxware, have caught on with these emergent trends of ecommerce quite early and have played influential roles in setting up the foundations of ecommerce business for our clients. Connect to our teamsto know more about our Drupal website development services and bring about amazing changes to your existing ecommerce set-up with a Drupal-powered online store. References: Amazon Reports on the Uptake of eCommerce in Australia Four trends shaping Australian ecommerce Ecommerce Drupal Development services online shopping mobile commerce Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 21st December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Ecommerce is evolving at lightning speed and so is the technology that backs it. Recent surveys have pointed out that the dependence on physical purchases for certain products and services will significantly reduce in the coming years, and by 2018, 50% of the world’s population would be part of the online shopping revolution that is sweeping across the globe. In the coming years, ecommerce businesses will have to work smarter to devise newer ways of gaining and retaining customers with better strategies and attractive offers. As 2015 comes to a close, let us look at the ecommerce trends that are expected to rock the New Year. Evolving Buying patterns and behaviour: ecommerce businesses will have to dig deep into their historical data and analyse their customer’s behavioural pattern with regard to: What drives their buying decisions? What do they search for? Why do customers search the way they do? Once this analysis is done, organizations will find it easier to hold the customer’s attention and drive them towards decision-making. This could also lead to a tremendous increase in sales. Mobile-way or no-way: As an organization, you might have already taken the step towards making your website mobile-friendly. If not, it isn’t too late to do so as your potential customer is already a mobile user, and it is the best way to reach and influence his buying pattern. As per the statistics, around 5 billion individuals around the globe own a smartphone and is gravitating towards m-commerce. By 2017, 50% of ecommerce revenue from the US is expected to come from mobile shopping. Hence, reaching out to your potential customer via his/her mobile is the way to future growth and not doing so will take away a large chunk of your business revenue away. Multi-channel Shopping: Surveys indicate that a consumer may not only browse or make purchases using a particular device but could use devices depending on his location. For example, a desktop may be a preferred device for an individual in office while the mobile may be favoured at homes or public places. In this scenario – that involves the use of a variety of channels by the customer in the shopping process - your organization would do well to device a multi-pronged strategy, thus ensuring that you do not miss out on any possible sales or engagement opportunity. The Social Media route: Mobile phones and other handheld devices have pushed the social media interaction to unimaginable levels, as social media users are not location-specific or time-specific. Social media marketing has made promotion of products and special deals as easy as making a phone call. Understand your social media options at hand and choose the best that works for your business. To understand and implement the latest ecommerce trends that will augment your business, join hands with Zyxware and explore the most viable options for your organization. We have fine-tuned IT solutions to near perfection and will be happy to partner with you in boosting your online business.To know more about our Drupal website development services, please get in touch with us. References: 7 ecommerce trends to watch out for in 2016 The 2015 Global Retail E-Commerce Index™ 5 Ecommerce Trends That Will Be Game Changers in 2016 Drupal Development services Ecommerce mobile commerce online shopping Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 18th December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Businesses have been approaching their consumers with a new-found confidence ever since mobile commerce or m-commerce revolutionized the way business transactions are carried out. M-commerce is a relatively new concept and can be defined as “Business transactions that are made through or by using a mobile device." In fact, with the rapid surge in the use of mobile devices over the past few years, businesses have made mobile commerce a top priority. Here are some of the key benefits of m-commerce for small-scale and large-scale businesses: Reach out to more customers: Push notifications is the latest method to get in touch with a customer; potential or existing, by delivering notifications to the customer’s mobile. Most users enable the notifications so that they have access to the latest product updates from a particular brand, or business. Thus, businesses are now able to connect to customers in an instant without the restrictions of time and location. Quick Access: The modern customer is spoilt for choices when it comes to purchase or shopping, and hence it is important for businesses to offer the consumer a range of communication channels that minimizes response time and dispenses relevant information quickly. M-commerce has bridged this gap effectively and ensures that the consumer is engaged for a longer time, thus increasing the chances of making a purchase or a business transaction. 24 x 7 contact: M-commerce allows the customer to chat live with the customer service team, making him/her feel more empowered. Moreover, it gives a feeling of the seller’s physical presence which in turn helps to build trust in the customer. No more emails and no more waiting as most m-commerce apps have real-time assistance by way of toll-free numbers, one-click calls, and live chat options. The organization is thus assured of better customer interaction and this considerably reduces the chances of losing a customer due to delayed service or action. Build an m-commerce store with Drupal 8, improve reachability and increase sales! There are many organizations/websites that have decided to go the m-commerce way and hence their business websites are mobile-friendly and app based. Drupal is one of the world’s most popular CMS across the globe and is extremely useful for building a mobile-friendly store which puts your business on the path to maximizing sales. Drupal’s latest offering, Drupal 8, is completely mobile-focused and gives prominence to the 'Mobile-first' concept, making it the ideal CMS to help your business connect to the mobile customer. Day in, day out, the number of users who access websites through their mobile device is growing exponentially and the desktop or laptop user is taking a beating due to this. Till now, there are more than 400 websites that have used Drupal 8 to build mobile-friendly sites. Thus, focusing on this growing trend makes perfect business sense as it fosters the organization’s growth and maximizes sales. Zyxware has been at the forefront of Drupal development for a long time and perfectly understands your business needs to help you build a world-class mobile-friendly website and support you through this transition. The mobile-first approach is the need of the hour. So, Call us today to keep your appointment with the future and change the way your valuable customers perceive your organization. References: Benefits of Mobile Commerce 10 Benefits of Mobile Commerce Apps You Shouldn’t Miss Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *