Active Commerce "at" the Sitecore Users Virtual Summit

Thu Oct 24 2013

So one of the big reasons I haven't been able to post as much here has been all the time I've been spending as CTO of Active Commerce. I'm really excited about how far we've come since we publicly launched this Sitecore e-commerce solution at Sitecore Symposium in 2012, and we have lots more in store.

Last week I had the pleasure and honor of presenting three times on Active Commerce at the Sitecore Users Virtual Summit, while staying up for more than 24 hours straight consuming all the amazing content that was packed into this global, virtual event. 

If you were not able to attend, all three presentations are on YouTube. They all start the same, so I've included links to each below, with the second two starting where the unique content begins.

Of course, sleep deprivation adds a certain amount of character to any webinar. By the third, I was definitely in a bit of a fog. But it was a great time and I think you will find the content informative.

For more information on Active Commerce or to schedule a personal demo, you can contact

Intro to Active Commerce / Product Data Integration

Intro to Active Commerce

  • What is Active Commerce?
  • Product Features
  • Product Architecture
  • Quick Demo

Product Data Integration

  • Modeling Product Data
  • Importing Product Data
  • Extending the Product Class
  • Real-time Pricing Integration
  • Real-time Stock Integration

Shipping and Order Data Integration

  • Configuring Shipping
  • Custom Shipping Service
  • Order Data in Active Commerce
  • Order XML Output
  • Extending Order Data
  • Custom Order Processor
  • Scheduled Order Export

Using Sitecore DMS with Active Commerce

  • Return Customer Campaign
  • Profile-based Free Shipping
  • Role-based Pricing
  • Value-based Analytics
  • A/B Testing of Promos/Discounts

Nick Wesselman

Nick Wesselman started working professionally in software development just a few days after everyone realized we dodged a bullet with the Y2k bug. He’s worked as a Sitecore solution partner, Technology partner, and now for Sitecore itself. He lives with his wife, son, and daughter in Asheville, NC.