Shopify is one of the most used ecommerce platforms on the internet. With 3,882,345 live sites running with it right now.You might assume that Shopify, due to its popularity, is a safe option when it comes to launching a new online store—and you’re probably right. But is it the *best* option… Read the full Shopify Review
BigCommerce is known as the main Shopify alternative due to their similarities—it’s fully-hosted, has a marketplace for third-party apps, and requires no technical skills to set up. From the outside, it seems like BigCommerce offers the same as Shopify. But, the details are what make most of the difference. So,… Read the full Bigcommerce Review
Wix is famous for letting you build your website for free, so you only need to pay when you want to connect your domain and remove Wix branding. But Wix also has a ton of features for creating a sleek online store. You can build your site using the Wix… Read the full Wix Review
Squarespace is an easy-to-use service for building all types of websites, including online stores. It has all the basic features that you’d expect from an ecommerce platform, including unlimited products, multiple SKUs, and variants. It also has flexible payment options, letting you accept credit cards, PayPal and Apple Pay. Reporting… Read the full Squarespace Review
WooCommerce is an open source ecommerce platform that’s built for WordPress. It lets you sell physical and digital products as well as affiliated products from certain marketplaces. In terms of payments, WooCommerce “comes bundled with PayPal (for accepting credit card and PayPal account payments), BACS, and cash on delivery for… Read the full WooCommerce Review
OpenCart is a highly customizable open source ecommerce platform with no monthly fees. It has a robust administrator dashboard that gives you an at-a-glance view of important metrics like sales, customers, and more. OpenCart also has multi-store support that lets you stay on top of different stores from a single… Read the full OpenCart Review
Many creatives today have impressive art to showcase online but lack ways to make profit from it. What if there was an easy way to sell art products with a tight budget? Well, there is, Big Cartel is a fully-hosted eCommerce platform for creatives seeking to showcase their work online… Read the full Big Cartel Review
The growth of the ecommerce industry in the retail landscape has made the dream of operating own business even more attainable. However, one of the critical impediments we face is the lack of proper ecommerce personalization tools that help us turn our online ventures into a success. Volusion has one… Read the full Volusion Review
Another open source and self-hosted platform, OsCommerce lets you set up a highly customizable and extendable online store. OsCommerce also has a wide and enthusiastic community behind it, with more than over 296,887 store owners, developers, and service providers. If you’d like to further extend your store’s features, check out… Read the full osCommerce Review
3dcart’s ecommerce platform is all-inclusive, and, according to it site, “integrates every feature you need for creating a complete eCommerce website, with no need to install software.” It’s a comprehensive solution built for advanced users who want to fully control the site experience. 3dcart supports multi-channel ecommerce, allowing you to… Read the full 3Dcart Review
Alternative to Shopify and other more mainstream ecommerce platforms
Fantastic community support
Shopware is an ecommerce platform that’s often overlooked and underrated despite being around since the year 2000. Surprisingly, this platform competes with both Shopify and Magento as it offers both cloud-hosted and self-hosted plans for small, medium, and enterprise businesses. While having an open-source version available to the public. However,… Read the full Shopware Review
Adobe Commerce prices start from $10000(per month)
Inventory Management: Robust tools for tracking and managing inventory.
Shipping Charges: Dynamic shipping options and integrations with major carriers.
Coupon Management: Advanced coupon and discount features.
Multiple Payment Gateways: Supports a wide range of payment options.
API for Web Services: Easily integrate with other tools and platforms.
Extensions: Over 5,000 extensions for added functionality.
Adobe Commerce, formerly known as Magento, is a leading ecommerce platform used by businesses ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies. It offers a wide array of features and is known for its scalability and customization options.
This platform is Shopify’s foray into the enterprise realm. Unlike the regular Shopify platform, which caters to small businesses, Shopify Plus is made for high volume merchants. It’s a fully hosted SaaS platform that offers unlimited bandwidth and can handle 500,000 hits per minute. Merchants using the platform can access… Read the full Shopify Plus Review
Oracle ATG Web Commerce can be implemented on-premises or hosted by Oracle or a third party. It’s a powerful platform with features to support personalised shopping experiences, efficient merchandising as well as the rapid launches of commerce sites for different brands, markets, or campaigns. Oracle ATG Web Commerce also has… Read the full Oracle ATG Review
Hybris Ecommerce Platform prices start from $4500(per month)
Strong content management features
Robust localisation features
hybris’ commerce solution is “omnichannel at its core,” allowing merchants to integrate digital and physical consumer touch points into one solution. With both B2C and B2B offerings, merchants can use hybris to run ecommerce, mobile, POS, call center, social media, and print on a single platform. hybris has a robust… Read the full Hybris Ecommerce Platform Review
IBM WebSphere Commerce enables B2B and B2C merchants to deliver omnichannel shopping experiences. The platform supports ecommerce, mobile, social, and brick-and-mortar. Its B2B ecommerce offering has the capabilities to support complex products and makes digital and field selling more efficient. Its B2C solution on the other hand lets you engage… Read the full IBM WebSphere Review
Commerce Cloud (previously called Demandware) is a fully-hosted, cloud-based ecommerce platform with built-in omnichannel and predictive analytics capabilities. Commerce Cloud has a native data model which leverages a shared view of customer data, order history, inventory, and promotional information across all channels to give its retail clients valuable shopper insights… Read the full CommerceCloud Review