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LinuxPR: Akopia unveils Tallyman - open source end-to-end ecommerce software

Dec 15, 1999, 22:55 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Tallyman comes from the same development team that created ShopSite, the industry's best-selling commercial electronic commerce system, now owned by Open Market."

"Akopia, an emerging provider of open source end-to-end internet commerce software, announces the availability of Tallyman(tm), a highly customizable yet easy to use system for creating and managing a commerce web site. Tallyman comes from the same development team that created ShopSite, the industry's best-selling commercial electronic commerce system, now owned by Open Market. Though its features are comparable with commercial ecommerce systems costing ten thousand dollars and more, Tallyman can be downloaded free from Akopia's web site."

"Tallyman provides users with an easy web-based interface to manage a complex database of products, enter new items for sale, and set up a shopping cart, tax, and shipping by filling out a few forms. Though one of Tallyman's primary strengths is its ease of use, it is also designed to give web developers virtually unlimited power to customize the functionality and user interface according to merchants' needs. Web designers, using only the HTML editing tools they normally use, can create custom templates which will determine site navigation and layout."

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