G-Forces Web Mgmt Ltd
01 April 2008 17:03pm
One obvious to me e-commerce engine that you've missed out is NetDirector e-Trade Pro. This e-commerce software package is great - it fits into the Lower Cost pricing.
It has no contract and uses software-as-a-service model. At £99 per month it's as cheap as chips...
I think it is definitely better than the other ones you have listed in that range and probably others :)
marketing manager at http://www.magneticone.com
18 August 2008 14:54pm
On 15:43:10 13 May 2005 sgpratley wrote:
>We're starting to look at redeveloping our ecommerce site
>in the next few months and I wanted to know if anyone had
>any other suppliers, or experiences of the ones listed
>here in the time since this thread started?
>I'm particularly looking at SME solutions which provide
>good functionality in terms of merchandising &
>promtions, as well as flexible back-end reporting.
>With little in-house IT support, ASP solutions, or
>low-cost managed software/hosting solutions are also of
>Does anyone have experience of running large sites on any
>of the Open Source solutions such as phpShop, osCommerce
>or Zend Cart?
If you'll choose oscommerce - http://www.oscommerce-manager.com/
Store Manager for osCommerce ))
Managing Director at n3w media
19 August 2008 15:31pm
I would suggest that you may wish to look at a solution based around Actinic.
It is a robustly developed software application with commercial support available and also good quality documentation. It's development path is controlled and managed as well as having a large number of developers / resellers that can help you implement it.
Our experience of using open source e-commerce apps has been somewhat disappointing. We have found that if it is a very rudimentary requirement and supportability is not an issue then open source *may* be an option. However, a project that requires more extensive bespoke integration, we feel would be better addressed with a more supportable and professionally documented platform.
Being reliant on forum communities and scouring the web for informal tech support seems generally inappropriate to us for a line of business application. However, would accept that for some projects this may represent an acceptable risk.
If you wish to contact me by email I would be pleased to share with you some of the limitations and issues that we found with osCommerce.
Head of Digital at UBER
03 February 2011 16:42pm
If you are looking for an entry level website that you can customise yourself, packed with great features and functionality you should try www.bluepark.co.uk.
I have used them for 2 e-commerce sites in the past with very little trouble.
I don't usually like to promote the competition, I have been building bespoke e-commerce systems for over 10 years, but for an off the shelf system I haven't found anything better.
15 July 2011 12:02pm
Looking for an e-commerce platform www.vplanetcommerce.com is the best suitable for it with trial store.
1) Easy to open store - zero investment
vPlanet Commerce platform enables you to start selling online without investing in software and hardware. It takes you few minutes to open your store and upload your products using our upload facility or create your product in the catalog manager.
2) Always available expert help
Our experts are available 24x7 to help you setup your store, upload your product and help you in processing orders. If you send product list in a specified file format, we wont mind uploading them free of cost.
3) Custom look and feel
Your business is unique and therefore, your store needs a unique look and feel. Our design team help you creating a custom look and feel of your store to match the taste of your customers. Our charges are very nominal and does not cost you a leg and arm.
4) Reach to the customer base around the world
Having a nice store is not enough if people out in the world does not know about it. Our search engine optimization and social media promotion team will help you spread the word and dramatically increase the visibility of your store.
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