Creating this experience will require work from the client's development team or their technology partners and is expected to be self-serve. The details of which are outlined in this article.
If the client requires technical support from the Ordergroove team then any hours used will be applied towards the available service hours within the client's agreement. If not enough service hours are available then you may purchase additional hours by contacting Ordergroove.
Additionally, if you'd like to discuss possible customizations to this experience as outlined below please contact Ordergroove for a consultation.
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How To Set It Up
Platform: There are two separate methods to add curation to your store, but Ordergroove cannot send custom components to all eCommerce platforms. For merchants on BigCommerce, you must use the first method - Rotate The Product Downstream.
Rotate The Product Downstream of Ordergroove
This is the simplest integration with the Ordergroove platform. Merchants create a SKU to represent the box or club (e.g. BEAUTYBOX), and Ordergroove will pass that same SKU back to the e-commerce platform for each recurring order.
From there, the merchant can map that SKU to the fulfillable components for each order (e.g. LIPS1, EYES2, FOUNDATION3, etc.).
This mapping can take place within the e-commerce platform, OMS, or warehouse.
Rotate The Products Using Ordergroove Subscription Components
This integration option allows you to store the box/club components directly within Ordergroove using the components array on the subscription model. In this scenario, Ordergroove will explicitly pass the fulfillable component SKUs (e.g. LIPS1, EYES2, FOUNDATION3, etc.) when creating the recurring order in the eCommerce platform.
The merchant is then responsible for rotating the subscription components by using Ordergroove’s REST APIs prior to the next order.
This data model can allow customers to select their own unique components for their box.