Comparing 41 vendors in e-Commerce Platforms across 118 criteria.
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May 29, 2023
The Full List
The Full List
|Logo||Company||Headquarters||Year Founded||Holding Type|
|2Checkout ecommerce platform||Georgia, USA||2006|
|Digital River||Minnesota, USA||1994|
|Handshake||New York, USA||2011|
|Inventory Management System|
|Kartrocket||New Delhi, India||2011|
|PayPro Global||Ontario, Canada||2006|
|Salesforce B2C Commerce||California, USA||1999|
|Zepo||Tamil Nadu, India||2011|
|Zoey||New York, USA||2014|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
People nowadays have no time to go to a physical store to buy the products they want. People would choose to browse products on there own mobile phones, PCs or laptops, instead. The creation of the own website will allow to sell and boost the sales to online audiences.
Before Opting any eCommerce platform, make sure that the platform offers following functionalities: Multiple Designs, Stock Management, Product tracking and monitoring, Payment Gateways, Integration with other platforms and many other features.
Make sure people have an amazing UI experience that lets buyers search directly through the items. To appear professional, make sure to have terms and conditions tab, refund policy, payment, security choices.
No, there is no limit on adding products. The significant benefit of online stores is that any number of products can be added to the platform for selling. However, some platform restricts this limitation to 500 products. Users and companies can sell any number of products if the platform is customized according to business requirements.
eCommerce websites came with a huge amount of data. This data is in the form of user details such as name, phone details, address, etc. and is very crucial information. Also, integration with other tools such as payment gateways has financial information about the users bank account or credit cards. This poses risk and the company should take into consideration data security and secure the website with high level authentication.
Yes, the products can be pushed from the eCommerce website to other similar platforms such as Amazon. This is called multi-chhannel selling and includes some cost. If the product is sold on other platform, a small amount of fee or charge has to be paid to the other platform.
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