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eCart5 quotes, sales and dynamic selling

Thread began 1/21/2010 7:14 pm by Martin317528 | Last modified 2/10/2010 2:06 pm by Martin317528 | 922 views | 4 replies


Understood and thanks. That works if the "customer" wants a quote instead of buying something. We need a situation where the store decides which products in the same store can only be inquired about. IE email for a quote.

Would you agree the best way to achieve this would be to build 2 separate eCarts? One for the online store and one for the "ask for a quote store". I think I'm right that the products for the different carts could sit on the same product page. Then the customer would either checkout with his purchased items in the normal way OR use the other non payment cart to "send for quote(s)" of the item(s). I can't see a way the same cart could do both, or could it?

Ideas please.

PS: now have eCart5

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