The statistics indicate that Online retail sales grew 10% to $33.98 billion in the first quarter of 2010, marking the first time growth rates reached double digits since 2008. “The first quarter returned the U.S. retail e-commerce market to healthy double-digit growth rates,” says comScore chairman Gian Fulgoni. E-Commerce business is booming.
If you are managing E-commerce shop, it is very important that you give comfortable and enjoyable experience to your users so as to generate more business. One of the major factors determining the success of your E-Commerce business is the choice of your E-Commerce solutions. If you are talking about open source e-commerce softwares, then I would say that Magento and osCommerce have made their specific places in the market. Now, again the question arises: Which one to choose out of the two? Below you will see comparison between the two. (Just to mention that in our last post, we compared the three main CMS— WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal)
osCommerce— Is Old really Gold!
osCommerce (open source commerce) is a free, open-source e-commerce and online store management software program. Before Magento, osCommerce, E-commerce solution was widely used. But after the arrival of Magento in the market, some users of osCommerce shifted to this.
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Magento — A Modern Supplement
Magento is an open-source ecommerce web application. Professional web developers believe Magento takes the best from Oscommerce. Not just this, Magento developers go further and enhance their creation with new and important features. Magento is coming one or the other update after every 10-15 days
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