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Commerce Manager provides a secure method for connecting a Drupal website to your commerce platform, enabling you to provide the products and services your customers need. With this integration, you can more effectively enhance your online product pages and catalogs, and embed a shopping experience into your branded content and media.
Commerce Manager includes the following components:
Site Factory with PCI compliance or
Cloud Platform Enterprise with PCI compliance
Your Commerce Manager website, hosted on Cloud Platform Enterprise or Site Factory, ensures end-to-end security for your store and your customers.
Commerce Connector Service
Acquia’s flexible service handles the communication between your Drupal website and your commerce solution.
Commerce Manager provides a connector to your commerce solution, and has the following features out-of-the-box:
Categories and products synchronization
Commerce Manager stores categories in a hierarchical taxonomy, and stores products as SKU entities for every possible SKU, with nodes for the displayable products. Use Drupal to build the expected features—such as a navigation menu, product listing pages, products search, and product detail pages. These features can then integrate with your commerce solution for product details including initial price, final price, and configurable options, such as size or color, cross-sell, textual fields, and media galleries.
Commerce Manager provides a cart mechanism for products, including a customizable Add to cart option for single or multiple products on a webpage, and a cart summary for your website header, content summary, and support for promotional codes. It also synchronizes with your commerce solution, allowing for persistent carts if your user’s shopping experience is interrupted.
Commerce Manager provides a default checkout workflow you can customize to suit the needs of your organization.
You can use the commerce solution as a customer repository and even as authentication back end. Drupal stores a local copy of the user, and pushes it to the commerce solution after every update.