Mike Hubbard
Author Mike Hubbard
Front End Developer
Posted in Digital Commerce , Video
June 24, 2019
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The Limitations of Shopify & ReCharge for Subscription Ecommerce

On-Demand Webinar

Many subscription-based ecommerce businesses use a combination of Shopify and ReCharge to manage their products and recurring billing. In this open access, on-demand webinar, two of Acro Media’s finest, Becky Parisotto, Director of Business Development, and Shawn McCabe, CTO, go over some of the limitations that website owners and customers hit while using these systems and how an open source architecture can be implemented to correct them.

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Further details

Shopify is a popular SaaS ecommerce platform and ReCharge is the most widely used Shopify app for handling subscription style recurring payments. These two systems generally work very well together, but they do have limitations that become increasingly painful as a store grows.

In this 30 minute webinar, Becky and Shawn walk through some of these pain points using an actual online store backend that is running on the Shopify/ReCharge combination. They will show where the issues happen and discuss how it affects scaling. In contrast to the commerce-led architecture shown, Becky and Shawn will explain how an open source architecture can be used as an alternative to overcome these issues.

The pain point topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Stock and inventory
  • Returns and price adjustments
  • Reporting limitations

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