7 More Top eCommerce Software
The buying and selling of products or services over electronic
systems such as the Internet and other computer networks is known
as eCommerce. This type of trading offers many advantages over
'traditional shopping' for both the buyer and the seller.
eCommerce enables businesses to trade 24 hours a day, sell
and services to a wider market, and to keep a check on operational
costs. For example, retailers do not need to rent stores or offices,
and have the potential to make significant wage savings. For consumers,
eCommerce lets individuals and businesses shop or pay for goods and
services at any time, avoid queuing, avoid unnecessary travel expenses,
and make prices between different providers transparent.
Our article '6
of the Best Free Linux eCommerce Software'
identified some excellent open source eCommerce applications, and noted
that there is a wide selection in this
field. This feature identifies some more distinguished open source
eCommerce software. Hopefully, there will be
something of interest here for anyone who wants to set up their own
Now, let's explore the 7 eCommerce applications at hand. For
each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description
with an in-depth analysis of its features, together with links to
relevant resources and reviews.
||Enterprise software framework
platform powered by Ruby on Rails framework
||PHP based ecommerce platform for online merchants
eCommerce system for medium to large online retailers
||Easy to use and feature-rich content management and
framework built from the ground up on Drupal 7
||eCommerce system with Icecat integration
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Last Updated Sunday, June 30 2013 @ 03:12 AM EDT