MageWorx have announced some great news concerning the upcoming release of Magento 2, the release of a brand-new product and a promise.
Amazon Fulfillment for Magento
They have just added the new Amazon Fulfillment Magento extension to their portfolio, which has been developed in cooperation with WebTex Software, a MageWorx company. This module is one of the most advanced shipping automation solutions available and is seamlessly integrating Amazon fulfillment with your Magento-powered store. It lets you sync your store with the Amazon marketplaces in CA, US, MX, DE, ES, FR, IN, IT, UK, JP and CN.
- Products can be linked to multiple Amazon marketplaces
- Monitoring of product stock levels
- Costuming fulfillment order data in various ways
- Effective management of fulfillment orders
- Execution of full or partial order shipments
- M2E Pro compatibility
- Create advanced order fulfillment rules
- Choose any available shipping method including 3rd party tools
- Import/export unique shipping rates with distinct shipping speed categories: Standard, expedited & priority
Upon purchase you will receive free lifetime updates and support. You’re also qualifying for discounts and rewards via the MageWorx loyalty program. A professional installation service for the Community is available for $69 (free for the Enterprise edition).
SEO Suite Ultimate & SEO Suite for Magento 2
MageWorx have just completed the first development stage of SEO Suite for Magento 2.0. You can test the new extension in their Magento 2.0 demo store by using the following credentials demo / demo123.
The SEO Suite Ultimate module is currently on sale and can be purchased for just
$249 $199. That’s 20% off! Purchase it now and you’ll receive a free update to Magento 2.0.
A Promise & Magento 2.0 Development
MageWorx will adapt all their extensions for Magento 2.0 and are trying to keep all the features you love and will even add new ones. Existing customers of extensions for Magento 1 will receive free updates, bug fixes and performance improvements as long as Magento 1 is alive.