Bronto is an Oracle company that provides an advanced marketing automation engine and solutions for shopping cart abandonment, post-purchase campaigns and so forth. Bronto can be easily integrated with your Commerce web store.
The following Bronto Applications are supported in Commerce web stores:
To implement Bronto integration for your web store, you need to do the following:
Determine whether your webstore uses a single secure domain for shopping and checkout. If not, you must ensure that the checkout domain is a subdomain of the shopping domain, for example:
For information on how to acquire an SSL certificate and setup a custom checkout domain in NetSuite, see Set Up a Custom Checkout Domain.
Configure your site with your Bronto
accountId. To do this:
Go to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > Configuration.
Select the site that you want to configure from the Select Website list.
Select the specific domain that you want to configure from the Select Domain list.
Navigate to the Integrations > Bronto subtab and enter your Bronto accountId in the Account ID field.
For more Bronto configuration settings, see Bronto Subtab
For details on updating configuration files, see Configure Properties.
accountId configured, the BrontoIntegration module causes the configuration to load after the SuiteCommerce/ SuiteCommerce Advanced Application has initialized. This configuration info file is cached in the Bronto CDN and uses the
accountId to pull down the appropriate settings to enable and configure the various integrations setup in the Bronto Connector.
The BrontoIntegration module essentially just provides an interface to the Bronto CDN. Therefore, any updates or enhancements to Bronto applications are completely separate from SuiteCommerce/ SuiteCommerce Advanced releases and will be made available through the Bronto CDN. There is no additional customization needed in the SuiteCommerce/ SuiteCommerce Advanced source code to take advantage of Bronto enhancements.
For detailed information on configuring and managing your Bronto applications, refer to the Bronto documentation.