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What's in a name?
Product naming in an omnichannel retail environment is important. Here’s some tips on what to consider, and how to work setting up a good process for product naming. And some tips on what not to do.
Better Insights, Faster: Our Latest Integration for System Monitoring
In an e-commerce solution a huge volume of product updates flows from the PIM to the CMS through an integration platform. If an error occurs, it is time consuming to investigate where and why. The solution? An observability stack. We built it.
Norengros is building a new service platform with Geta
Geta has entered into a collaboration with Norengros, where together we will build a new platform for their e-commerce solution with Geta Commerce Cloud, Sanity, Omnium and inriver PIM.
New collaboration with ÖoB
We are excited to share that we are entering into a collaboration with Swedish retailer and well known brand ÖoB, to help them build their new online store based on Optimizely, and also upgrade their inriver solution.
Geta is inriver Partner of the Year - again!
Today we are celebrating that inriver has awarded us Partner of the Year - again! For six consecutive years we have received the award Partner of the Year - Norway.
Five tips for omnichannel success
Install multiple instances of inRiver PIM
When you are working on several inRiver PIM projects simultaneously, you find yourself in need of switching between them from time to time. One option is to change the configuration files and restart inRiver services and website. A better option is have multiple instances of inRiver PIM running on the same system. This way you can easily access the desired instance for configurations, developing and demos. This is a walk-through on how to set up multiple instances of inRiver PIM on the same system.
Episerver Commerce and PIM
When working with advanced e-commerce solutions as a developer or consultant you quickly get introduced to the acronym PIM: Product Information Management. What is it and why would you want one as part of your Episerver e-commerce project?