LinuxWorld: Setting up shop - OpenShop a fine option for businesses new to the WebJul 11, 2000, 00:13 (0 Talkback[s])
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"E-commerce and online shopping are very real trends nowadays -- everyone wants to make money by selling on the Internet. OpenShop Business is an application suite for setting up online stores that integrates seamlessly with commonly-used open source applications."
"Selling products online has become a very popular business venture. Online stores are often seen as the way to make easy money, maintain low costs, attract unlimited customers, and stay open 24 hours every day. Doesn't that sound wonderful? Unfortunately, there is no simple formula for success in e-commerce. An application providing online-shopping functionality would undoubtedly be one step toward achieving this success."
"There are many commercial online-shop solutions available for Linux, such as Intershop 3, and a whole constellation of open source applications, servers, and components, like the very promising OpenSales AllCommerce."
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