How custom software can help to ensure data security for E-Commerce Businesses

Tim Dolloff

Introduction In today’s digital age, eCommerce has become essential to our lives. With the increase in online shopping, the importance of eCommerce data security has also grown significantly. eCommerce data security refers to the measures taken to protect sensitive information exchanged during online transactions on eCommerce websites. It includes personal information, such as names, addresses, […]

Everything You Need to Know About Static Code Analysis

Tim Dolloff

Introduction Performance and security of applications are of utmost importance to any organization in the software industry. The cleaner the code, the more readable it becomes. Further, it gets easier to upgrade and modify the code. One such tool to boost these parameters is Static Code Analysis. Static code helps development teams to deliver timely, […]

How do you arrange an e-commerce site to make it functional?

Tim Dolloff

Introduction One of the major reasons that make some customers prefer shopping at a physical brick-and-mortar store over online shopping is the chance to engage with products while making their shopping decisions. A physical store appeals to their senses and they are more likely to frequent your store. In addition, visual perception is extremely crucial, […]

A Beginner’s Guide to E-Commerce Site Search

Tim Dolloff

Introduction Technically, eCommerce site search refers to an integrated solution of an online store. Despite the nature of the search, the objective of this solution is to match the correct results with search queries of all visitors. In layman’s terms, site search solution filters eCommerce products as per queries. Today, more than 60% of eCommerce […]

What is Cart Abandonment? Most common causes

Tim Dolloff

Introduction Ever wondered why your website visitors are adding products to their cart but still leaving the website without purchasing the products? Your site might be suffering from cart abandonment. According to a definition on Webopedia, cart abandonment is an eCommerce term that describes when your site’s visitor bounces before buying your product. Usually, the […]

Headless Commerce-The New Way To Sell Online

Tim Dolloff

You’ve possibly heard about headless commerce. It’s one of the most talked over and least absorbed buzzwords in the eCommerce industry. This blog will reveal the common components of a headless commerce system. Additionally, you’ll also see the advantages of adopting this architecture. So, What is Headless Commerce? In layman’s words, headless commerce architecture is […]

Google’s Page Experience Update 2021 – What Does It Mean for Your E-Commerce Business?

Tim Dolloff

Introduction On Nov 10, 2020, Google announced their new 2021 Google Algorithm Update that favors the websites’ page experiences. The latest update is commonly known as the Page Experience Update. These changes could impact the SEO and ranking of your eCommerce website. Being an eCommerce business, you need to act quickly to enhance your on-site experience […]

eCommerce Business Protection with Webscale CloudEDGE Security

Tim Dolloff

This article is a feature on Liventus partner, Webscale, and about their scalable solution for protecting your eCommerce on any hosted platform. Webscale powers thousands of B2C, B2B, and B2E eCommerce storefronts in nine countries and seven of the Fortune 1000 businesses. Recent massive growth in eCommerce has made it a prime target for cybercriminals. […]

7 Magento 2 Customization Tips You Should Know

Tim Dolloff

As most software developers know, support for Magento 1 ended almost a year ago. We’re firmly in the land of Magento 2.  It’s time to strategize how to use the powerful features of Magento’s second big iteration to customize the experience of your online store to improve the customer experience, reduce friction, and ultimately convert […]

5 Things to Look for in a Magento 2 Developer

Tim Dolloff

Acquired by Adobe in 2018, Magento 2 is currently the most popular eCommerce platform and for many good reasons. Upgraded in 2015 from the original Magento 1 release from 2008, Magento is an open-source content management system. As such, the basic version is free of charge. And “free” doesn’t mean “garbage” either. Magento 2 comes […]