Apptus eSales Enterprise Documentation¶
Apptus Docs is to be considered as a living document and is continually edited and updated. The following sections are currently available:
|Concepts||Get to know the concepts that are used throughout Apptus eSales, such as Exposure Strategies, Panels, and Relevance.|
|Guides||Guides on how to work with the functions and features of Apptus eSales such as product imports and promotions, including an overview on how to integrate eSales.|
|Apptus eSales Apps||Manage product promotions, control exposure strategies, gain insights into search relevance, and more with the Apptus eSales apps.|
|Email Recommendations||Email Recommendations is an add-on for Apptus eSales Cloud customers that enables the same personalised recommendations a visitor may see on a site, directly in their email inbox|
|Changelog||The changelog highlights all new features, improvements, and fixes to eSales Enterprise on both server side and client side.|
|Downloads||Download the latest version of eSales Connectors, On-premise bundles, as well as any currently supported versions, and more.|
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