PavelRadvan Posted November 26, 2022 Share Posted November 26, 2022 Hi. I would like to use padloper + PW for my customer to replace prestashop which is his current eshop platform. It is shop with antique objects(atrs, rings, jewellery, pcitures ....) and is selling lots of products. Since it is selling of antiquities there is usually also normal situation of purchasing products from customer's clients to resell them. Shop is now integrated with paypal platform for card payments and is offering to clients to buy even without registration, which is required in our country and also by EU laws. Prestashop as system is used by customer quite long time and I inherited it with a lots of adjustments and modifications from other developers and it is not in good state. Last two years I keep it working but it is not possible to upgrade it easy and without problems. Customer has virtual hosted server dedicated mainly to e-shop platform. About 2 months ago customer and his team tried to make some survey about what to do next with current system and there is no good solution for him to fulfill all needs. Big game changer and also challenge for competitive systems is reservation system which is offering to clients option to reserve certain product for specific period (days/weeks/months). This time is configurable in backend with also other parameters.Reservation system also maintains some queue of people with respective order. When first client who made reservation decide to cancel it, there is option for next client in queue to make reservation. Every client who want to reserve products has to register in system to have in his profile page details and information about reservations. Reservation system is also sending mails to customers with notify of ending of client reservation. I checked demo site https://demo.kongondo.com/ of padloper and it is quite interesting. Do you think is possible to have solution based on ProcessWire and Padloper? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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