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StoreBuilder Unveils Enterprise Shopping Cart

Posted on 1.31.2016

E-commerce solutions provider StoreBuilder has unveiled an enterprise e-commerce platform that provides merchants with the ability to customize anything about their online store.

According to the company, StoreBuilder’s structure combines the best of both open source platforms and software as a service (SaaS) offerings to provide merchants with a solution that is both flexible and stable. In fact, StoreBuilder is driven by a closed source core code engine that provides site speed, caching and optimization. Tied into the core engine is an open source code layer that enables users to modify anything or create their own custom features or integrations. What’s more, the open source layer allows full control over front-end development, which allows users to completely custom brand and design their online store with no limitations.

It is important to note that although StoreBuilder is fully functional right away, its biggest benefits come from the ability to customize the platform to meet the unique needs of merchants.

“StoreBuilder is the perfect solution for stores that are being limited by their current e-commerce platform, and need deeper analytics insights and custom functionality in order to scale up and grow their sales,” said Anton Venema, CEO of StoreBuilder E-Commerce. “It’s really the next logical step once you’ve outgrown the cookie-cutter SaaS offerings out there.”

StoreBuilder’s features include robust product filtering, custom payment options on a per product level, as well as real-time integration with popular accounting and shipping applications.


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