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eCart and Mal's e-commerce

Thread began 4/19/2015 11:54 pm by david323147 | Last modified 4/21/2015 2:41 am by Ray Borduin | 517 views | 2 replies |

david323147

eCart and Mal's e-commerce

I am taking over a site and my client has used Mal's e-com for years. They don't get many online sales, only about half a dozen a month. Most of their business is done on the wholesale level and they have about three dozen products. They want to be able to update/edit products and product info themselves but want to stick with Mal's as their gateway. Right now, they log into Mal's where they can get the payment information and they call it in themselves.

So, can anyone tell me if they have used Mal's as their gateway along with eCart as their shopping cart? If so, what was involved?

Thanks,
David

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Mal's isn't a payment gateway, it is a shopping cart. If you use Mal's then you wouldn't be using eCart.

You could use Data Bridge to create the catalog and admin back end to display and allow your customer to update products as they wish.

Then add Mal's add to cart buttons to your product display pages for the shopping cart and checkout functionality.

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david323147

Thanks Ray. I was able to convince the client to use Paypal authentication. What they were doing previously was using Mal's and then just logging in, getting the CC info, and calling it in to their current authentication service. But now I can just use eCart to set it all up.

Thanks again!

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