Customer's Canvas Launches W2P Plugins for BigCommerce and Magento e-Commerce Platforms
Customer’s Canvas by Aurigma, Inc. – an industry leader in providing web-to-print software for print service providers and brands – announces new web-to-print plugins for the leading e-commerce platforms Magento and BigCommerce. More than 150,000 online stores worldwide have been created based on Magento, and more than 45,000 businesses sell with BigCommerce. The number of companies planning to market their products on these platforms is growing.
Web-to-print integration is vital in today’s printing business. Customer's Canvas is releasing plugins for Magento and BigCommerce users to power up their businesses with a design editor integration.
“The Customer’s Canvas web-to-print solution can be integrated into any e-commerce platform or a website due to its robust API. However, such implementation requires extensive programming resources that are not always available to some companies,” says Dmitry Sevostyanov, CEO at Customer’s Canvas by Aurigma. “To simplify the integration process in such cases, the Customer’s Canvas team is developing special plugins for the most popular platforms. We already have plugins for Shopify, WooCommerce, and NopCommerce. I’m pleased to announce that web-to-print plugins for Magento and BigCommerce are now also available for our customers.”
Customer’s Canvas consists of two main assets: the web-to-print editor, which end-users use to personalize orders; and the admin panel, which simplifies the workflows for managing a web-to-print integration for managers. To enable product personalization, store owners only need to install the Customer’s Canvas plugin in their Magento or BigCommerce accounts. Then configure an online editor, design templates, and product settings.
The Customer’s Canvas team is assisting with all the steps of integration. To discuss your web-to-print project’s details and integration issues, please get in touch with our sales representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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