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There are really a lot of features that you need for your Magento store. Sometimes they seem very simple and insignificant but using them in your Magento store enhances its functionality and the user-experience of the customer.

Product Orders by Customers Magento Extension has the set of features that allows the admin to get extra ‘Orders by Customers’ tab to the Product manage page at Magento Admin panel. It has the grid form where you can examine detailed information about customers who ordered the product including order number, customer name and email, item order status, original price, order price, quantity, item subtotal, tax amount, tax percent, discount amount, row total, store name.

In addition you can view complete customer information clicking on ‘View Customer’ link aside from each row.

Thus, you don’t have to waste your time for tracking statistics of customers who have bought a certain product. Now you can easily track it by the means of one tab!

Products Ordered Magento Extension  allows to add ‘Products Ordered’ tab to the Customer view page. Sometimes it’s needed to view all purchases of the certain customer for analyzing his activeness and tracking statistics.

 

 

This extension enables to get detailed information about all purchases that any of your customers have ordered. The grid includes: order number, item name, SKU, item order status, original price, order price, quantity, item subtotal, tax amount, tax percent, discount amount, row total, store name. Additionally you can view complete order information following ‘View Order’ link.

It’s time to increase the efficiency of your store with the best Magento extensions! Products Ordered and Product Orders by Customers are awesome solutions for managing customer’s orders and data in Magento.

Follow the links to get extra information: Products Ordered Magento Extension, Product Orders by Customers Magento Extension 

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