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Site Preferences

 

Quite possibly the easiest-to-use module, but also the most critical module in the WebWiz@rd family. 

My favourite thing about this module:

We developed our Site Preferences module to handle many, many things.  As we continue active development of WebWiz@rd, we're actually coming up with new and innovative ways to incorporate the use of this module whenever possible.

 

Site Preferences is a key component to the information management that is a core responsibility of our WebWiz@rd platform.  We use this module to store key/value pairs for simple things like a website's "Mail From" email address, to more complex things like the preferred eCommerce shipping platform.

Some customers that use this module: Absolutely all of them! Even, REM Web Solutions.
Industries that are well suited for this module: All of our clients benefit from the use of Site Preferences.
Associated module group: Essential Suite

 

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