Developer Conference morning of 11-7-13

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Presentation by Jo Benson at the Developer Conference in Ashland, Oregon on November 7, 2013.

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Developer Conference morning of 11-7-13

  1. 1. Transform Pulll Transform/Transport Engine Output l Products move from storefront to Google For Google: PULL : All products are pulled SCHEDULE: On a pre-set schedule TRANSFORM: (a) Breaks products into ‘items’ (b) Filters on storefront factors (c) Provides an interface so that owner of data can optimize (d) E.g. adding google taxonomy (e) Converted into XML Output: Destination is Google endpoint.
  2. 2. Output l Transform/Transport   Transform Engine  Input “Integrate” API Connector from AspDotNetStorefront Determination of schedule or trigger Determine the destination Set of rules for the transform UI to give control to the owner of the data One example of a DotFeed App
  3. 3. Destinations – currently available • • • • • • Google, Amazon and other shopping engines Google Trusted Stores Excel Bongo Sales Pages (aka mini-sites) QuickBooks
  4. 4. Pulll Transform Transform/Transport Engine Output l Shopping cart records move from storefront to Excel PULL : All records are pulled SCHEDULE: On demand (trigger = user clicks) TRANSFORM: (a) Filters on data range or order range (b) Filters on type (c) Converted into text for Excel Output: Destination is spreadsheet.
  5. 5. Pulll Transform Transform/Transport Engine Output l Product moves from storefront to sales page PULL : All records are pulled SCHEDULE: On demand (trigger = user loads page) TRANSFORM: (a) Filters on storefront conditions (b) Breaks products into items (c) Uses product owners rules, payments Output: Destination is URL.
  6. 6. Destinations – in vision • • • • • • • • • • Xero Fishbowl Point of Sale AspDotNetStorefront (and other stores) FTP Facebook (Shop Tab) MailChimp Bronto Monsoon Salesforce
  7. 7. (Reminder) Destinations – currently available • • • • • • Google, Amazon and other shopping engines Google Trusted Stores Excel Bongo Sales Pages (aka mini-sites) QuickBooks …. And in vision • • • • • • • • • • Xero Fishbowl Point of Sale AspDotNetStorefront (and other stores) FTP Facebook (Shop Tab) MailChimp Bronto Monsoon Salesforce
  8. 8. Pulll Transform Transform/Transport Engine Storefront to Storefront (Products) Outputl
  9. 9. Let’s move from Destination and think about: Source AspDotNetStorefront was the first, but not the only source
  10. 10. Inputl EDI? CSV? Excel? Business App? Doesn’t really matter … Transform Transform/Transport Engine Distributor to Storefront (Products) Outputl
  11. 11. Sources – available • AspDotNetStorefront (8.x and 9.x) • Vertical and Horizontal derivatives • Nalpac • Ratex • GoSpikes • ActiveE • Bongo • PayPal • Amazon (Checkout)
  12. 12. Inputl Transform Transform/Transport Engine Another store to Storefront (Products, Orders, Accounts) Outputl
  13. 13. Inputl Transform Transform/Transport Engine Point of Sale to Storefront (Inventory, Orders) … and back again Outputl
  14. 14. Input Storefrontl Transform Products Outputl Input Amazon Mkt Amazon Mktl Transform Orders Outputl Storefront Some DotFeed Apps will have two-way processing
  15. 15.  Input Transform/Transport   Transform Engine “Integrate” API Output l
  16. 16. Output l Transform/Transport   Transform Engine  Input “Integrate” API Connector from AspDotNetStorefront Determination of schedule or trigger Determined the destination Set of rules for the transform UI to give control to the owner of the data One example of a DotFeed App
  17. 17.  Input Transform/Transport   Transform Engine Output l “Integrate” API Connector from AspDotNetStorefront Connector from AspDotNetStorefront Connector from AspDotNetStorefront Set the schedule/trigger Set the schedule/trigger Set the schedule/trigger Determine Rules Determine Rules give control to the owner of the data UI to Determine Rules UI Set the Destination Set the Destination Set the Destination For: Google For: Amazon For: Bing UI for all the Apps

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