WooCommerce Bookings Services We Provide
Specialized Modules for WooCommerce Bookings
The WooCommerce Bookings plugin extends a WooCommerce store to sell bookable products. This means you can sell both bookable products as well as shippable goods. Bookings can be made for date based as well as time-based events or services. The plugin is simple to use, to set up meeting/service appointments, reservations, event bookings and so on. But to know if it satisfies your requirement, in particular, you’d have to talk to us. We will then evaluate your requirement, and discuss with you the most efficient solution available. All this without any cost to you. Once you’re satisfied, we can then decide the cost and time particulars, and proceed with the development of the project.
With WooCommerce Bookings, you can create room reservations, service appointments, holiday rentals, and such as bookable products, apart from events. On the other hand, Event Espresso is a comprehensive plugin for event management. If you’re looking for a plugin which can manage event attendees and ticket registrations, in particular, Event Espresso might be a suitable plugin. However, the advantage you gain with WooCommerce Bookings is that since it is an extension to WooCommerce, you can sell shippable goods as well.
Yes. WooCommerce Bookings can be used to sell event tickets, and manage attendee registration.
Yes. If the system you’re looking to integrate, provides the needed API, we can integrate it with the WooCommerce Bookings plugin.
Yes. However, we do recommend upgrading to the latest version.
We ensure that our changes do not affect the core plugin so that updates are not affected. However, in cases when changes to the core are inevitable, these changes are discussed with you, before being implemented.
Yes. We offer free support for a set period after the project has been delivered, for immediate bug fixes.
Yes. Apart from a free support period after project delivery, you can purchase maintenance packages for continued maintenance of your project.
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