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Re: [denverwebtech] Re: eCommerce platforms

From: John
Sent on: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 10:34 AM
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Michael Caskey<[address removed]> wrote:
> Thanks John.? I'll check out Ubercart.? I'm curious about the magazine
> subscription piece, since I'm working with subscription stuff right now,
> using the MailChimp API.? Can you tell me more about that?? Were
> subscription payments involved?

I can't go into too much specifics yet, but basically the website was
for a magazine publisher with an established print magazine and
content they wanted only exposed to magazine subscribers.  As part of
this we used ubercart to allow folks to create a new subscription or
renew their subscription, and used an ubercart module to give the
users who subscribed the 'Subscriber' role so they could see the
exclusive content.  The only custom code was partially adding a new
panel of fields for the subscriber to fill out, and doing some
customization to the existing payment gateway to work with a recurring
payment scheme.  We also created a new report that they could use to
enter (by hand!) into the old system that manages their print
subscriptions.

-- 
John Fiala

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