Feefo is a UK based company specialized in collecting reviews for the e-commerce websites. Thousands of brands trust Feefo to independently collect reviews from their customers and since 2010, Feefo has advocated transparency and trust in reviews. Now over 2,500 have come to rely on the power of the Feefo platform to connect with their customers, drive business to their website and gain real, actionable insights.
Feefo is one of the leading services for collecting and managing reviews, it works on several e-commerce platforms one of which is Magento. Atwix team has been chosen to develop the extension specifically for Magento 2. As Magento 2 Trained solution Partner, we have already had the experience with Magento 2 and and were happy to put that expertise to work with Feefo.
We’ve developed the Feefo module from scratch compatible with Magento Enterprise and Community editions. The Magento plugin allows merchants to seamlessly incorporate Feefo into their Magento website. Our team has incorporated several major features used by Feefo into the extension for Magento and provided the support throughout Magento Marketplace verification process. One of the main tasks was to provide the functionality for keeping both sides (Magento and Feefo) updated with all the actual data. Furthermore, such key features have been implemented:
Magento 2 best development practices were kept during the development process and the extension was tested manually for compatibility with all the browsers, as well as covered by unit tests and acceptance tests.
Magento Merchants can now use Feefo module for their Magento 2 store with all the latest improvements.
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