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Top 8 Content Management Systems for eCommerce

Published on 2/13/2018
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E-commerce is the passion, necessity, and, the rule of the modern tech world. In order to meet the ever-growing demands, changing trends of their shoppers, retailers' advantage of the online management of their stores, set a place in the global marketplace, the e-commerce platforms, and the CMSs are growing in parallel.

Necessity of a Content Management System (CMS)

Business Catalyst : Business Catalyst allows you to build typical eCommerce websites which range from small to medium sizes. When you sign up you'll get a hosted eCommerce program that offers you a dedicated content management system (CMS) that has the capability to jumpstart sites, shopping carts, and forums. You are also going to be greeted with simple to understand analytics which allows you to monitor website visits and client activity. The user interface is simple and concise. Business Catalyst not only helps build your online store, but it manages it well. BC is a full-featured hosted software that offers great support over the phone, email or live chat.

Magento: Magento is classified as an open source eCommerce platform that facilitates the flow of design and internet sales. Magento is one of the quickest growing eCommerce solutions in the market, and their long list of attributes it's not tough to see why. Magento likes to out-smart other content management systems for eCommerce by supplying excellent options to cultivate your website. Magento is a Really Elastic eCommerce system that lets you Handle Several Sites, Incorporate Google Website Optimizer and More than 50 payment gateways.

PrestaShop: PrestaShop is a free, open source eCommerce platform that delivers a vast array of features such as the complete charge of your inventory, orders, shipping, and monitoring, allowing you to manage your business in real time. This eCommerce platform includes a WYSIWYG editing application to your products and the handling of images. Your online shop can be customized at any time, accept PayPal payments, and handle customer centered subscriptions. PrestaShop can send payments directly to your bank account, or your PayPal account.

Open cart's: Open cart admin area has a well-designed user interface that simplifies the process of tweaking your site. When you get started applying this eCommerce platform you are supplied a customizable design that provides your product an sufficient amount of "breathing space". OpenCart enables you to take full control of your transport features and the capacity to take coupons. You're able to use coupon codes to your present clients as incentives. Open Cart is perfect for small to medium-sized companies which are looking for flexibility and the power of useful tools at their hands.

OsCSS : osCSS is simply a php eCommerce shopping program that's built on the oscommerce GPL code. You'll have a full take on how best to display your merchandise and the way they'll be shipped. Though osCSS is not the most popular or powerful eCommerce CMS, it certainly does get the job done. A high number of all WordPress themes have the WooCommerce functionality built. The plugin provides almost all of the features that can be found in another open-sources CMS' listed here. WooCommerce may work out more user-friendly and cost-effective for smaller companies in addition to for those familiar with WordPress.

OsCommerce: osCommerce is a somewhat common platform as well, with about 11% of the top 100,000 sites built on open a source technologies using osCommerce. Being one of the earliest open-source platforms accessible, it's a massive support base and a very active forum, although some users find that upgrades to the stage have not kept up with the times.

Drupal Commerce: Drupal is your second most-used open source website content management program following WordPress and Drupal commerce is the plugin for e-commerce websites built on this platform. Its seamless integration with Drupal creates producing a blog or forum much more convenient compared to most other e-commerce content management systems.

BigCommerce: Bigcommerce is only another well-known platform, with 17% of the top 100,000 websites using hosted e-commerce selections; and 51,977 websites overall*, being assembled on Bigcommerce.

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