Was ist OpenCart?
Opencart ist ein einfach zu bedienendes, leistungsstarkes, Open-Source-Programm für Online-Shops, das mehrere Online-Shops von einem einzigen Back-End aus verwaltet. Die Verwaltung wird einfach gestaltet, und zwar durch das Ausfüllen von Formularen und anschließendes Klicken auf Speichern. Es stehen viele professionell entwickelte Erweiterungen zur Verfügung, um sich an die Bedürfnisse Deines Online-Shops anzupassen.
Wer verwendet OpenCart?
Erhältlich in mehr als 40 Sprachen, zu denen immer neue hinzukommen! Das Programm kann ganz leicht Chinesisch, Japanisch, Griechisch und auch von-rechts-nach-links-Sprachen wie Arabisch und Hebräisch bewältigen.
Wo kann OpenCart bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert, Mac (Desktop), Windows (Desktop), Windows (On-Premise), Linux (On-Premise), Android (mobil)
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- Abgebrochene Verkaufsprozesse wiederherstellen
- E-Mail Marketing
- Elektronische Zahlungen
- Katalogisierung / Kategorisierung
- Mehrere Geschäfte
- Mehrere Währungen
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Bewertungen über OpenCart
Md jahan M.
"A comprehensive and scalable eCommerce solution"
OpenCart is a great CMS for creating eCommerce stores. It's really easy to use, includes multiple payment integration tools, and has a multitude of features that makes your store more user-friendly. It is very simple to deploy both domestically and on servers, and it is quick and simple for both administrators and consumers.
Not found any complicated issues, it's a wonderful CMS tool.
OpenCart is the easy option for e-commerce solutions
Kommentare: We use OpenCart for retail stores as well as wholesale (B2B) stores. Using the native functionality and OCMOD we can make OpenCart behave like a Swiss Army knife, from Retail store to Wholesale store. This is buying as a lot of time, because choosing another platform or writing a new one for the purpose of a wholesale store would be time consuming, and let's not talk about the time that customers will need to adjust the get trained to use their wholesale store on top of the retail store. So, using the same technology and habits of coding functionality and the same User Experience and User Interface buys us a lot of time of development, training and setting up.
As a developer, I like the Model-View-Controller design pattern, it's easy to seperate things and understand the code, as well as reuse different controllers or models through the development of new extensions, as a result it's easy to make what it looks like native extensions, without breaking the software functionality if you follow the coding standards already used by the OpenCart developers. I think that the OCMOD system is the most intelligent way to extend OpenCart's functionality and I admire the developer who invented it. As for the UI, it's easy to use because all sections are seperated and grouped on the left column menu. Moving from other platforms to Opencart or moving from older OpenCart versions to newers is very easy especially from v2 to v3. From a user's point of view, OpenCart is like using an app, it's that easy. Labels and hints make it easier for new users to adapt as well as new customers to buy.
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The best free / open source shopping cart for pure e-commerce
Free, integrates with many other platforms, choice of hosting providers
There isn't really a fully featured option for subscriptions. CMS / block / page editing would also be a nice addition.
Maybe it's changed, but.....
Kommentare: In all fairness, we used OpenCart over 4 years ago. It was a very poor experience at that time. It was not user friendly at all and we were never able to make it work for our parts business. Hopefully they've streamlined things since then.
Unfortunately, I have nothing positive to say.
We were never able to utilize a shopping cart. It didn't integrate with QuickBooks payments. You had to create CSV files to do anything with your inventory. Nothing easy about it. It was not an attractive store and there were very few options.
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Awesome for Startups, Small Businesses and Medium Size Businesses
Kommentare: Overall, my experience with OpenCart has been very good throughout the years as it is one of the e-commerce software solutions that I can install and maintain without having to worry about it unexpectedly breaking in between periods of maintenance.
One of the things that I like the most about OpenCart is the multitude of options available for tailoring it towards my business needs. I have found that many of the modules and extensions that other e-commerce software solutions charge for are included out of the box with OpenCart and for free. For the extensions that are not included out of the box, they can usually be found in the OpenCart marketplace either for free or for a nominal price that allows even startups to realize a profit on their business even faster.
One of the things that I like the least about this software is the filter function for products in the admin area. Rather than allowing for products to be filtered by a single identifying keyword within a title, you have to remember the beginning word of the title and continue to add keywords in order to help filter down to a manageable number of products fitting the criteria you are looking for.