Virtina received a pivotal project from a company in the United States. The client is one of the leading manufacturers of whipped cream chargers. The brand acquired a strong presence and became a driving force in the commercial coffee industry, upscale restaurant businesses, and the hospitality industry.
On their Volusion store, the client requested a transition page. They wanted to isolate certain products. Such products require their customers to give them more information before making a purchase. Beyond this, collect the data, automatically upload the same into the customer's account and store it for the client. Users who have already uploaded their documents wouldn't need to upload it again.
The client also only wanted the documents (IDs) stored for one year. Any document that has been on their servers for longer than one year or if the document expires will require another upload of new documents. Additionally, the owner requested to have an option to automatically delete the ID after one year or if the ID expired.
New users will need to go through a transition page. If a user decides to pay through PayPal at checkout, then a mandatory cart check is required to establish the cart's contents. If particular SKUs are present, and the user wants to ship the same to California, then the "Place order" button changes to a "Click to Verify" button. If the user doesn't want to ship to California, they can proceed directly to PayPal.
The process for those who placed their orders on eBay or Amazon will vary a little. Buyers that selected California as the shipping address at checkout will receive a middleware link in their mail. The mail will disclose the additional steps that users need to take to confirm their order. They will follow the link on the mail and get redirected to the same verification website. On the site, users will submit their order number. Once done, it'll create a folder on the webserver and label the folder with the order number. The users will need to submit all the requisite documents.
Apart from the process mentioned above, users without a webcam can scan a QR code with their mobile phone. The QR code will appear on the verification checkout screen. Using their phone, the user completes the verification process as before. Following this, they are redirected back to the mobile website. Once on this site, the users will see an order confirmation message. If the user were to use the QR process, then a custom API call will repeatedly check the status.
Beyond this, Virtina made sure that the client could manually check all the orders and corresponding files before inputting it into their QuickBooks system. They can list the documents, edit or download the same, and reject or approve the uploaded documents.
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