In this article, you will find the FIFTH part of the 3-hour presentation given by Rauf Aliev (EPAM SAP hybris Solution Architect) in SAP Moscow on Sep 29, 2017.
- Part 1. Introduction
- About me
- Architecture & research
- SAP hybris in a nutshell
- Part 2. Search Analytics
- Part 3. Multi-word synonyms
- Part 4. Automatic Facet Discovery
- Part 5. Bulk search. Geofencing. Drools Fusion. Rule-based recommendations.
The video is originally in Russian. However, I translated it to English and added the subtitles to let you watch it without turning the sound on.
If you speak Russian, I recommend watching the original version.
- Multi-line search / Bulk search. I explain the architecture of the multi-line search module for B2C and B2B solutions. Just cut-and-Paste a list of SKUs or a list of product names into a search box and create an order directly from there. I published earlier in this blog: https://hybrismart.com/2017/04/07/multi-line-product-search-for-bulk-orders/
- Geofencing. A geofence is a virtual perimeter or a fence around a geographical real-world area of interest. In this article, I introduced a proof-of-concept that demonstrates the power of geofencing in the e-commerce. In the video, I explain the details.
- Personalization and complex event processing using Drools Fusion. In this article, I introduced the first results of Drools Fusion and Hybris integration. The solution explained in this article and video allows you to create customer behavior driven e-commerce websites with real-time personalization and customer segmentation capabilities. The approach can be also used for the monitoring and the lean data processing.
- Recommendations using Drools and hybris Rule Engine/Rule Builder. I managed to leverage hybris rule engine (Drools based) for the rule-based product recommendations. The existing hybris rule builder allows you to easily set up the comprehensive recommendation rules. The video and article explain the details.
In English (translated, audio+subtitles):
In Russian (original)