Looking for a way to offer customizable product kits, such as custom computers, skateboards, gift-boxes, or made-to-order jewelry? Look no further!
Give customers the power to build their own products with Composite Products: The most flexible, robust product builder for WooCommerce. Engineered specifically for kit-building applications with advanced inventory management requirements, Composite Products lets you utilize existing products to create the most engaging product kits and configurable products. The extension works great in a broad range of use cases, thanks to its:
Want to offer a custom skateboard? Start by creating its building blocks: A deck, trucks, wheels, bearings and hardware for assembly. Then, populate each with options by choosing products — or categories — from your catalog. Finally, choose a flow and layout that will keep customers engaged — and start selling!
Composite Products supports simple & variable products, product bundles and even downloadable/virtual flavors of these product types, giving you an advanced set of tools to make almost anything possible.
Love the simplicity of variable products, but need a way to manage the inventory of each option? How about using a multi-page, multi-step layout?
Got thousands of decks, trucks and wheels in your skateshop catalog? Sure enough, you’ll want to offer them all in the custom skateboard configurator you just built!
Composite Products brings advanced conditional logic at your fingertips: Use scenarios to control the visibility of entire configuration steps or individual options.
Too many rules to input manually? More variables to account for? Need to trigger custom conditional actions? Its extendable architecture and developer-friendly documentation have established Composite Products as a great starting point for any demanding kit-building project.
Looking for REST API support? We got your back there, as well!
Composite Products is suitable for creating advanced product kits that consist of multiple components with several product options. If you want to create simple product packages with static content, Product Bundles might be a better option.