A Guide to Understand, Install and Use Pie Register WordPress Registration Plugin

 

Contents

1.      Introduction. 5

2.      Who is it for?. 6

3.      Community v/s PRO Version. 7

3.1.       Which version is right for me. 7

4.      Let’s get started!. 8

4.1.       Get the Plugin. 8

4.2.       Install and Activate. 9

4.3.       Update the License Key. 10

4.4.       Install Add-ons. 11

5.      Pie Register Features. 12

5.1.       Registration Forms. 12

5.1.1.         Create Registration Forms. 12

5.1.2.         Edit, Delete, Preview Forms. 12

5.2.       Verify & Moderate Registrations. 13

5.2.1.         Setup User Registration Verification. 13

5.2.2.         Setup Email Address Change Verification. 13

5.3.       Invitation Only Registrations. 14

5.3.1.         Enable Invitation Codes. 15

5.4.       Notifications with Custom Email Templates. 16

5.4.1.         Use Custom Templates. 16

5.5.       CAPTCHA Support. 17

5.5.1.         Add CAPTCHA to a Form.. 17

5.5.2.         Setup reCAPTCHA.. 18

5.5.3.         Setup CAPTCHA in Login Form.. 18

5.5.4.         Setup CAPTCHA in Forgot Password Form.. 19

5.6.       Shortcodes. 19

5.6.1.         Access Shortcodes from Manage Forms. 20

5.6.2.         Access Shortcodes from Help. 21

5.6.3.         Basic Shortcodes. 21

5.7.       Data Import/Export. 22

5.7.1.         Start Import/Export Data. 22

5.7.2.         Download Basic User Data. 23

5.8.       Payment Integration. 24

5.8.1.         Setup Payment Gateway. 24

5.8.2.         Setup PayPal Standard. 24

5.9.       Conditional Logic (Pie Register PRO). 25

5.9.1.         Enable Conditional Logic. 25

5.10.          Built-in Form Templates (Pie Register PRO). 26

5.11.          Block Users (Pie Register PRO). 27

5.11.1.      Block users by Username. 27

5.11.2.      Block users by IP Address. 28

5.11.3.      Block Users by Email Address. 29

5.12.          Settings. 30

5.12.1.      Default Pages Settings. 30

5.12.2.      Role Based Redirect. 31

5.12.3.      Configure UX Settings. 31

5.12.4.      Custom Logo and Tooltip. 32

5.12.5.      Disable CSS and jQuery. 33

5.12.6.      Auto login after registration. 33

5.12.7.      Pie Register Theme. 34

5.12.8.      Miscellaneous Override Settings. 34

5.12.9.      Advanced Login Security (Pie Register PRO). 35

5.12.10.         Setup reCAPTCHA Settings. 36

5.12.11.         Setup User Registration Verification. 36

5.12.12.         Setup Email Address Change Verification. 36

5.12.13.         Restrict Search Engines and Bots. 36

5.12.14.         Timed Registration Form Submissions. 37

5.12.15.         Restrict WordPress Widget visibility. 38

5.13.          Help. 39

5.13.1.      Documentation. 39

5.13.2.      Registration Form Shortcodes. 40

5.13.3.      License Key Activation and Deactivation (PRO). 41

5.13.4.      Version, Environment, Error Log and Debug Information. 42

5.14.          Support. 43

5.14.1.      Support Forums. 43

5.14.2.      FAQ Section. 43

5.14.3.      How to Videos and Tutorials. 43

5.14.4.      Support Tickets – PRO Version. 43

6.      Pie Register Add-ons. 44

6.1.       Email Marketing. 44

6.1.1.         Setup MailChimp. 45

6.2.       Profile Search. 46

6.2.1.         Setup Profile Search. 46

6.2.2.         Customize Profile Search Settings. 47

6.3.       Social Login. 47

6.3.1.         General Settings. 47

6.3.2.         Login via Facebook. 48

6.3.3.         Login via Twitter. 49

6.3.4.         Login via Google. 49

6.3.5.         Login via Yahoo. 50

6.3.6.         Login via LinkedIn. 51

6.3.7.         Login via WordPress. 51

6.4.       Two-way Login (Twilio) via SMS Texting. 52

6.4.1.         Setup Twilio Two-way Login. 52

7.      Pie Register Shortcuts. 53

7.1.       Auto Login Users (Pie Register PRO). 53

7.2.       Replacement Keys. 54

7.3.       Add Form Button. 55

7.4.       Menu Visibility Control 57

7.5.       Logout URL Creation. 58

7.6.       Social Login Shortcode. 58

7.7.       Page Visibility Restriction. 59

8.      Rate the plugin on wp.org. 60

9.      End of Document. 61

 

 

1.    Introduction

 

Pie Register is a quick and easy to use WordPress registration plugin to convert your Wordpress website into a membership based site. The plugin has a host of useful features, like drag and drop registration forms, invitation only registration, email templates, data import & export and integration with payment gateway and more. It also comes with robust add-ons to help with profile searches, email marketing, social login, two-way login, etc.

With Pie Register you can quickly create a registration forms to let visitors register to your website and pay for priority content and services via PayPal. It also allows you to block certain users based on preset criteria and have CAPTCHA/reCAPTCHA on the forms to make sure the site is not being spammed by bots.

Pie Register has hundreds of thousands of downloads and thousands of active installations at any given time so there is an active community of users who use and support the plugin. It comes in two versions, community and professional. The community version is free, has limited features and is supported by the plugin community and developers via the forums; the professional version has more advance features and comes with ticket based support with the development team. 

 

2.    Who is it for?

 

As stated, Pie Register is a Wordpress registration plugin, which means it’s used to turn Wordpress websites and blogs into a place where users register to access the content being offered. The user data can be used for analytical purposes; it’s a window into ‘who’ the users are and where they come from. The data can be used to market your product and services in an effective way using the integrated email tools. User data collected through the registration system can used to create effective email marketing campaigns.

The integrated role based page access makes sure that users can access only the allowed pages. Unwanted users can be blocked by username, email and IP address adding an extra layer of security to the website.

Through the integrated payment gateway, businesses can get paid for the content they offer thus offering a possible revenue stream.

 

3.    Community v/s PRO Version

 

Pie Register is available in two versions; one is the community version which is free. This version has limited features and can be used to create a single registration form. Following are the features in the community version:

 

The PRO version comes with all the features in the community version, plus these additional features:

 

3.1.  Which version is right for me

 

If your website needs a basic registration form without the bells and whistles, the community version can do the job for you.

In case of multiple websites and advance form needs and security, the PRO version is the way to go.

Do check out Pie Register on Facebook and Twitter for occasional discounts on offer!

 

4.    Let’s get started!

 

Once you’ve decided to turn your Wordpress website into a membership only site and have chosen Pie Register to do the job, here’s how to get started.

4.1.  Get the Plugin

 

 

4.2.  Install and Activate

 

Once you have the plugin package, you can begin the install and activation process.

 

 

 

4.3.  Update the License Key

 

If you purchased the PRO version, you will have to install the license keys.

 

 

 

4.4.  Install Add-ons

 

To install and activate add-ons simply repeat the instructions under “Install and Activate!” for each add-on. 

The plugin along with the add-ons is now installed and activated on the website/blog, it is now time to start creating your first registration form!

 

5.    Pie Register Features

 

Pie Register offers features that are easy to configure and use. In this section we will cover steps for features available in Community and PRO versions.

5.1.  Registration Forms

 

Pie Register allows you to create registration forms by simply dragging and dropping fields onto the registration forms.  The community version allows a single registration form while the PRO version offers unlimited number of forms.

5.1.1.      Create Registration Forms

 

For creating a registration form, here’s what you need to do.

 

5.1.2.      Edit, Delete, Preview Forms

 

Here is how you can edit/delete/preview forms.

 

5.2.  Verify & Moderate Registrations

 

With Pie Register, administrator can optionally approve and moderate user registration requests before users can login. Unverified users get deleted automatically after a predefined grace period. This feature will prevent your website from being crowded with fake user registrations.

 

5.2.1.      Setup User Registration Verification

 

Follow the steps below to set up user registration verification.

 

5.2.2.      Setup Email Address Change Verification

 

You can also setup email address change verification from the Verify Email Address Section.

·         To enable email address change verification select 1-Step: Verify New Email Address.

·         For better authentication select 2-Step: Authenticate request by sending an email to old address + verify new address.

·         To disable email address change verification select OFF.

 

 

 

You can also check the list of unverified users.

 

 

5.3.  Invitation Only Registrations

 

Have an exclusive site? Pie Register offers an Invitation Only Registration feature. Once enabled, users can only register when you send them an invitation code. This will protect your privacy and prevent unwanted registrations. You can easily set multiple codes and invite codes can also help you keep track of your users with the help of Invitation Tracking Dashboard Widget.

5.3.1.      Enable Invitation Codes

 

Enable the invitation codes to send to your users.

 

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5.4.  Notifications with Custom Email Templates

 

With Pie Register you can create custom email templates to use with user communications. These templates can be used to send out customized email messages to the website users.

 

5.4.1.      Use Custom Templates

 

Here is how you can use custom email templates.

 

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5.5.  CAPTCHA Support

 

It is easy to use Pie Register to prevent spamming and block bots by using CAPTCHA/reCAPTCHA.

 

5.5.1.      Add CAPTCHA to a Form

 

Following are the steps to add CAPTCHA to a form.

 

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5.5.2.      Setup reCAPTCHA

 

To setup reCAPTCHA, here is what you need to do.

 

 

5.5.3.      Setup CAPTCHA in Login Form

 

PRO version of Pie Register lets you setup CAPTCHA in Login Form.

To setup CAPTCHA in Login Form, follow the steps below.

 

 

5.5.4.      Setup CAPTCHA in Forgot Password Form

 

PRO version of Pie Register lets you setup CAPTCHA in Forgot Password Form.

To setup CAPTCHA in Forgot Password Form, follow the steps below.

 

 

 

5.6.  Shortcodes

 

Pie Register comes with WordPress Shortcodes which speeds up the integration of registration forms. You can setup the registration process quickly by using the Shortcodes provided with each registration form.

 

5.6.1.      Access Shortcodes from Manage Forms

 

Following are the steps to use registration form Shortcodes.

 


 

5.6.2.      Access Shortcodes from Help

 

Registration form Shortcodes can also be accessed from Dashboard > Pie Register > Help > Shortcodes. With the use of these shortcodes, you can embed Pie-Register forms into your Custom Pages, Posts and Widgets.

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5.6.3.      Basic Shortcodes

 

Here are some basic form shortcodes that you can embed:

 

 

5.7.  Data Import/Export

 

The Data Import/Export feature allows you to duplicate or move your existing WordPress user or configuration data. Using the built in facility lets you export data with Custom Fields and you can either import this data to another website or keep it as a backup. The Import/Export features also gives you the flexibility to export all or specific fields with a particular Date range in both CSV format and a json file, the latter is for PRO Version only.

 

5.7.1.      Start Import/Export Data

 

Here are the steps for Import/Export Data.

 

5.7.2.      Download Basic User Data

 

You can download basic user data field from the User Entries section.

 

 

You can also import user data in CSV format.

 

5.8.  Payment Integration

 

Pie Register offers payment integration with PayPal. With payment gateways like PayPal you can charge your WordPress website users. Currently, the plugin allows PayPal Standard integration; future release will add more payment gateways, including stripe and authorize.net.

 

5.8.1.      Setup Payment Gateway

 

For setting up the Payment Gateway, follow the steps below.

 

 

5.8.2.      Setup PayPal Standard

 

Setting up PayPal Standard will require your PayPal Hosted Button ID.

 

5.9.  Conditional Logic (Pie Register PRO)

 

With Pie Register, you can customize the registration process to suit your needs by using Conditional Logic. This feature allows you to show or hide fields and forms based on user input. You can build advanced registration flows and get better control of your registration process using Conditional Logic.

 

5.9.1.      Enable Conditional Logic

 

Here is how you can enable conditional logic.

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5.10.                   Built-in Form Templates (Pie Register PRO)

 

Pie Register PRO comes with built-in form templates that can be modified using the Form Editor. These templates can be used for quickly putting together commonly used forms you can get up and running fast. You can also modify existing templates to suit your needs. The templates come with a few default fields, and additional fields can be added and customized within no time. For a complete guide on how to use built-in form templates refer to section 5.1.

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5.11.                   Block Users (Pie Register PRO)

 

With the Pie Register PRO version, you can block IP addresses automatically based on security settings.

 

5.11.1.  Block users by Username

 

You can block users by username from accessing your blog or website.

 

5.11.2.  Block users by IP Address

 

You can also block certain IP Address from accessing your blog or website.

 

5.11.3.  Block Users by Email Address

 

You can even block users by email addresses from accessing your blog or website.

 


 

5.12.                   Settings

 

You can configure Pie Register settings from the settings page.

To configure Pie Register’s settings:

 

5.12.1.  Default Pages Settings

 

Following are the steps for configuring page settings.

·         From the Pages tab, you can configure setting for pages.

·         From the All Users sub tab, you can set Login Page, Registration Page, Forgot Password Page, Profile Page, After Login Page, and After Logout Page.

 

 

5.12.2.  Role Based Redirect

 

 

 

5.12.3.  Configure UX Settings

 

You can configure UX settings to make it a more user friendly experience for the website users.

 

 

5.12.4.  Custom Logo and Tooltip

 

 


5.12.5.  Disable CSS and jQuery

 

 

 

5.12.6.  Auto login after registration

 

·         In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Settings and select the UX tab.

·         From the Advanced sub tab, you can check to enable Auto login users after registration.


 

5.12.7.  Pie Register Theme

 

·         In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Settings and select the UX tab.

·         From Pie-Register Theme section, you can select them for the plugin.

 

 

5.12.8.  Miscellaneous Override Settings

 

·         In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Settings and select the Overrides tab.

·         From Overrides sub tab, you can configure a few settings to override existing ones.

 


 

 

5.12.9.  Advanced Login Security (Pie Register PRO)

 

Pie Register PRO provides advanced security which lets you display CAPTCHA based on the number of unsuccessful login attempts.

 

You can also setup CAPTCHA in Forgot Password Form.

 

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5.12.10.                      Setup reCAPTCHA Settings

See section 5.5.2.

 

5.12.11.                      Setup User Registration Verification

See section 5.2.1.

 

5.12.12.                      Setup Email Address Change Verification

See section 5.2.2.

 

5.12.13.                      Restrict Search Engines and Bots

 

To restrict Search Engines and Bots:

 

5.12.14.                      Timed Registration Form Submissions

 

You can reject auto registration forms based the time it took to fill them out. This is added safeguard against bot activity.

·         Login to your blog / site and go to your dashboard.

·         In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Settings > Security.

·         In Advanced sub tab, check Time form submission, and enter time in seconds.

·         Click Save Settings.

 


 

5.12.15.                      Restrict WordPress Widget visibility

 

To restrict widgets based on user’s login status or the user’s role:

·         Login to your blog / site and go to your dashboard.

·         In the dashboard’s menu, click on Pie Register > Settings > Security.

·         In Advanced sub tab, Restrict and customize widgets from the Restrict Widget section.

·         Click Save Settings.

 

5.13.                   Help

 

The help page of Pie Register contains Documentation, Shortcodes, License, and Version details.

To go to the Help page:

 

5.13.1.  Documentation

 

From the Documentation section you can access tutorials, guides, FAQs, Forums, etc.

 


 

5.13.2.  Registration Form Shortcodes

 

Registration form Shortcodes can also be viewed from Dashboard > Pie Register > Help > Shortcodes.

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5.13.3.  License Key Activation and Deactivation (PRO)

 

Dashboard > Pie Register > Help > License. From the License tab you can activate and/or deactivate the plugin, and add-ons.

You must activate the license keys before all the features of the plugin or add-on are available.

Important Note: If you intend to use the product license key on a different website, you must Deactivate it on the current site before uninstalling the plugin. This ensures that the license key is freed up for re-use. If you forget to do this the key will be not be available.

 


 

5.13.4.  Version, Environment, Error Log and Debug Information

 

From the Dashboard > Pie Register > Help > Version tab you can view version and debug information of the Pie Register Plugin, WordPress and Server Configuration details.

Product support may request this information while servicing a support ticket.

 

 

 

5.14.                   Support

 

With thousands of active installs, Pie Register provides robust open source community support on the Pie Register Forum. Additionally, we offer a complete guide along with simple and easy to follow How-to videos.

Pie Register PRO users can get ticket based support directly from the Pie Register Support and Development team by using the Support Tickets system. Visit https://pieregister.com

 

5.14.1.  Support Forums

 

To go to Pie Register Support Forums:

·         Go to https://pieregister.com

·         From the top menu click on Support > Forums.

 

5.14.2.  FAQ Section

 

To go to Pie Register FAQ section:

·         Go to https://pieregister.com

·         From the top menu click on Support > FAQ.

 

5.14.3.  How to Videos and Tutorials

 

To view Pie Register Tutorials & How to Videos:

·         Go to https://pieregister.com

·         From the top menu click on Resources > Video Tutorials.

 

5.14.4.  Support Tickets – PRO Version

 

To open a Support Ticket for Pie Register Pro:

·         Go to https://pieregister.com

·         From the top menu click on Support > Submit a Ticket.

·         Click Login button located in the top right corner of the page.

·         Enter your username/email address and password to login and submit your support ticket.

 

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6.    Pie Register Add-ons

 

Pie Register comes with add-ons that can be used to create Email Marketing Campaigns, Search Profiles and use Social Login on your website. For email marketing, currently we are integrated with MailChimp.  Aweber integration is on the way.

 

6.1.  Email Marketing

 

Pie Register’s Email Marketing Add-on provides integration with MailChimp to facilitate email marketing and drip campaigns. With MailChimp you can send communication to your user base with ease and simplicity.

 

6.1.1.      Setup MailChimp

 

Here is how you can setup MailChimp integration.

 

 

 

6.2.  Profile Search

 

With the Profile Search Add-On, administrators can let users search and display user data. User information displayed in search results can be limited based on the admin’s choice. Admin will need to use profile search shortcode on page content to ensure that it shows up on the frontend (for more details on shortcodes, please see section 5.6.).

 

6.2.1.      Setup Profile Search

 

Searching a profile is very simple.

 

 

6.2.2.      Customize Profile Search Settings

 

You can also customize Profile Search Settings.

 

 

6.3.  Social Login

 

With Pie Register Social Login, you can allow users to signup/sign in via their Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn, Yahoo and WordPress accounts. Admin needs to use Social Login shortcode on page content to ensure that it shows on the frontend (for more details on shortcodes, please see section 5.6.).

 

6.3.1.      General Settings

 

Setting up social login general setting is the first stage.

 

6.3.2.      Login via Facebook

 

Here is how you can setup login via Facebook.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on Facebook tab.

·         Check Enable Facebook.

·         Sign in to your Facebook Developer Account, follow the steps given in the link located in the Steps section to create App ID and App Secret.

·         Once you have App ID and App Secret, enter it in the fields.

·         Click Save Changes.

 

6.3.3.      Login via Twitter

 

Here is how you can setup login via Twitter.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on Twitter tab.

·         Check Enable Twitter.

·         Follow steps given in the link located in the Steps section to get Consumer Key and Consumer Secret.

·         Once you have Consumer Key and Consumer Secret, enter it in the fields.

·         Click Save Changes.

 

 

6.3.4.      Login via Google

 

Here is how you can setup login via Google.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on Google tab.

·         Check Enable Google Plus.

·         Follow steps given in the link located in the Steps section to get Client ID and Client Secret.

·         Once you have Client ID and Client Secret, enter it in the fields.

·         Click Save Changes.

 

 

6.3.5.      Login via Yahoo

 

Here is how you can setup login via Yahoo.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on Yahoo tab.

·         Check Enable Yahoo.

·         Click Save Changes.

 

6.3.6.      Login via LinkedIn

 

Here is how you can setup login via LinkedIn.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on LinkedIn tab.

·         Check Enable LinkedIn.

·         Follow steps given in the link located in the Steps section to get App Key and App Secret.

·         Once you have App Key and App Secret, enter it in the fields.

·         Click Save Changes.

·          

 

6.3.7.      Login via WordPress

 

Here is how you can setup login via WordPress.

·         Click on Pie Register > Social Login.

·         Click on WordPress tab.

·         Check Enable WordPress.

·         Follow steps given in the link located in the Steps section to get Client ID and Client Secret.

·         Once you have Client ID and Client Secret, enter it in the fields.

·         Click Save Changes.

 

 

6.4.  Two-way Login (Twilio) via SMS Texting

 

Pie Register provides Two-way Login feature with the Two-way Login (SMS) add-on. It provides an additional layer of login security by Twilio integration, which means you can use SMS to verify the user registration process.

 

6.4.1.      Setup Twilio Two-way Login

 

Here is how you can set it up.

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7.    Pie Register Shortcuts

 

Following are some Pie Register shortcuts to save time and effort.

 

7.1.  Auto Login Users (Pie Register PRO)

 

Pie Register allows you to auto login users that are registered on your website.


To enable this option, go to your WordPress Dashboard then in the Menu click on Pie Register > Settings > UX from there you can enable the option to auto login registered users by checking the checkbox and clicking Save Settings.

 

7.2.  Replacement Keys

 

This plugin offers replacement keys that allow usage of user information like registration form fields in email templates.

To use replacement keys, go to your WordPress Dashboard.

From the menu click on Pie Register > Notifications.

From here, you can set notification emails for both Users and Admin.  To use add replacement keys to the email templates, go to the drop down Replacement Keys and select the preferred information.

 

7.3.  Add Form Button

 

Pie Register plugin simplifies the process of adding forms to pages & posts by using an Add Form button.

The button is located beside the Add Media button in the Post/Page Editor.

To Add Forms to a page or a post, simply click the Add Form button when editing. A window with dropdown menu will open from where you can select & add the available forms.

 

 

7.4.  Menu Visibility Control

 

With Pie Register, Admin can control the visibility of menu items according to users.

Menu Visibility can be set by roles & sessions of users.

To control menu visibility, go to your WordPress Dashboard then from menu click on Appearance > Menus.

From here you can select any menu and set the visibility of each menu item from the Visibility Status drop down menu located in Menu Structure.

Following are the available options of Visibility Status:

 

 

7.5.  Logout URL Creation

 

To create a Logout URL simply add: ?piereg_logout_url=true to your site URL.
Example:
https://yoursite.com/?piereg_logout_url=true

 

 

7.6.  Social Login Shortcode

 

Social Login Shortcode allow easy integration of the social login feature.

Once the Social Login feature is set up, use the shortcode [pie_register_social_login] on any page to integrate social login buttons.

To see how to setup Social Login visit the Social Login section 6.3. in Features > Add-Ons.

 

7.7.  Page Visibility Restriction

 

With Pie Register, Admin can control page and post visibility restrictions and by roles & sessions of users.

To control Page Visibility Restriction, edit the page or post you want to restrict, it will be located below the text editor section.

From there, you can restricts visibility, set restriction type, and add a redirect URL or a redirect page.

 

8.    Rate the plugin on wp.org

 

If you liked the plugin we hope you rate us on WP.ORG.


 

9.    End of Document

We hope this guide helps you in using Pie Register to its fullest potential. The development team continues to work on the plugin to add new and useful features. We would love to hear your thoughts on what should be added next to Pie Register or any other suggestions to improve the plugin. Feel free to drop us a message on our Facebook page or tweet at us anytime.

You can also leave us your feedback here and also rate us on WP.ORG.

Thank you for your continued support!

 

Pie Register WordPress Plugin is a product of Genetech Solutions, a software development company that provides web and mobile solutions to its clients worldwide. For more details on Genetech’s services, visit https://www.genetechsolutions.com