Following on from the success of our ASPDNSF WordPress module, we have been working on another solution:
Email me when product is back in stock
You can insert one line into your ASPDotNetStorefront product XML pages and if that product has stock below the AppConfig stock threshold value, your store Customers will see a panel asking them to enter their email address. One the product comes back in stock, they will receive an email notification:
This module is now available and has the following features:
- One line required in your product page XML to detect an out of stock situation and ask for Customers email
- Works for both anonymous and registered Customer’s. Registered Customer’s email address is auto-populated in the form
- Automated scheduler runs at a time you specify checking for stock and auto-emailing those Customers who’ve asked to be updated
- No popups, all the product page processing is done using JQuery and Ajax
- You have complete control over the on-page and email content
- Styling can be modified by simply editing one CSS page
- You can report on which products Customer’s have asked for stock notification on allowing you to improve your Supply Chain processes
- You can choose to schedule stock checking and emails to Customers automatically, or manually launch the process
- Provides additional XSLT functions for you to use in your own code to return stock levels for products and variants, even those with size and color combinations.
Example of the admin reporting page is shown below [please note: prototype version shown, layout and content subject to change]
Please contact us if you would like to be one of the first to receive the module. It can be run on non-production servers without licensing to allow you to evaluate it.
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