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      New Release to Help Keep Your Store Secure and Optimized

      October 11, 2019 | Posted in Magento | By Nikki Lanzer

      Today we are making the latest versions of Magento Commerce and Open Source – 2.3.3, 2.2.10, and 2.3.2-p2 – available to our entire Magento Community.

      Today we are making the latest versions of Magento Commerce and Open Source – 2.3.3, 2.2.10, and 2.3.2-p2 – available to our entire Magento Community. This ends the pre-release period and if you have not yet started the process of accessing these updates already, they can now be found on GitHub and at Magento.com, in addition to Composer. We encourage you to take advantage of the security and feature updates available in these new versions as a means of adopting the best experience and security posture possible.

      HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS RELEASE INCLUDE

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      3 Benefits of Delivering Unified Commerce

      May 21, 2019 | Posted in B2B | By Brent W Peterson

      In 2017, eCommerce was responsible for $2.3 trillion in sales world wide. Price and product quality are factors in the average consumer’s choice, but no longer the top influence for customers. Now, it's all about the experience. B2B and B2C platforms allow a great shopping experience.

      In 2017, eCommerce was responsible for $2.3 trillion in sales world wide. With over 100,000 online stores fighting for customers’ attention, businesses are increasingly challenged to stand out in this competitive market. Although price and product quality are factors in the average consumer’s choice, they are no longer the top influence for customers. Instead, it's all about the experience. With B2B and B2C platforms, companies are able to provide consumers with a satisfying shopping experience.

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      10 Reasons to Design for Accessibility

      April 30, 2019 | Posted in User Experience | By Brent W Peterson

      According to the CDC 1 in 4 Americans have a disability, that is almost 58 million Americans. There are several settings your website can use to make it accessible. These aren't complicated to implement, so why not create an accessible website for these millions of potential customers?

      Although most people have access to the web, not all websites are accessible to people with disabilities. According to the CDC, almost one-in-five American adults have trouble with their hearing, and one-in-ten adults have vision problems. If you are not creating an accessible website for this demographic, then you are losing out on millions of customers.

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      The Importance of a Mobile-Friendly Responsive Website for Your eCommerce Business

      January 17, 2019 | Posted in Online Store | By Brent W Peterson

      Over 96% of shoppers have shopped online at least once, preferring online shopping because it saves them time and money. This digital trend is beneficial for eCommerce business, however if your website is not responsive, you will lose customers. One of the latest responsive developments are PWAs.

      Brick and mortar stores are steadily closing their doors to make way for online shoppers. Over 96% of shoppers have shopped online at least once, and a majority prefer online shopping because it saves them both time and money. While this digital trend is beneficial for your eCommerce business, you will not succeed unless your website is mobile friendly.

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      6 Key Components of a Better Checkout Experience

      November 29, 2018 | Posted in eCommerce | By Brent W Peterson

      blog post about 6 key components of a better checkout experience to convert casual shoppers into loyal customers. Some of the biggest reasons for abandonment include high extra costs and fees, forced account creation, and a complicated process.

      The online marketplace is growing. According to Forrester, the eCommerce marketplace grew 16% last year. However, many companies aren’t feeling the benefits. 70% of customers are abandoning their shopping carts because of a long or confusing checkout process. Some of the biggest reasons for checkout abandonment include high extra costs and fees, forced account creation, and a complicated process.

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