Time to market has become a key consideration when businesses deploy new applications. In response, Bitrix has developed an ecommerce solution that can be up and running in less than one hour.
Time to market has become a key consideration when businesses deploy new applications. In response, Bitrix has developed an ecommerce solution that can be up and running in less than one hour.The Bitrix Site Manager features an online ecommerce site structure, demonstration content, sales analytics features, and connections to payment systems, such as PayPal and Authorize.NET. The software includes product catalogues; and ordering, delivery and contact information, so customers gain an understanding of how typical online shoppers may interact with their sites. In fact, ordering information is stored in a centralized database, so users can track availability, analyze customer behaivor, troubleshoot, and research purchases history.
eCommerce sites extend beyond just making merchandize available to consumers. The product includes an integrated SEO module that automatically optimizes online shop content to garner suitable ratings in popular search engines like Bing, Google, and Yahoo. The Bitrix Site Manager comes with an integrated PRO+PRO security framework.
In business 1998, Bitrix is a privately-owned company that has carved out a niche in the ecommerce space, with 40,000 customers worldwide. The company relies mainly on partners (approximately 4,000 of them worldwide) to distribute its solution. The vendor has an intriguing story to tell but could struggle competing against large, established companies, such as Oracle and SAP.
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