CEO at Virtual Store Group
10 February 2009 02:36am
We are building a network of retail and comparison sites which both take a product feed from third party suppliers.
We want to be able to specify a tiered discount price to the user based on them buying multiple products in the same checkout session, as an incentive to buy more, i.e. buy product X for $standard retail price, buy X+Y and receive 5% discount on both products, buy X+Y+Z and receive 8% discount on all products.
We need to be able to set discount thresholds which "the system" automatically incorporates in to the price to the user and dynamically updates the cart.
Does anyone know a system which does this or has experience in developing a similar process?
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
10 February 2009 08:28am
The new version of our online shopping (sShop) system has this "special offer" functionality. Which technology platform are you using though? ..because our runs on the microsoft platform only.
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
10 February 2009 16:59pm
Justin Percival at broadvision should be able to help you out with this. They have a system which does what you're asking & more.
His linkedin profile's here: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/974/678
Hope that helps!
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