jamesadamcs
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What is the best e-commerce marketplace software? Where can I get that?

Byjamesadamcs2014-08-05 09:41:33523Views

The best ecommerce marketplace script developed by apptha, running more over 500+ marketplace sites world wide is the best option to implement your marketplace website.

It catches all the essential features to increase the sales, secure payments and user experience for hassle free purchase in online. Also this marketplace script is 100% customization to be developed for the needs of future use.

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To download & check out the demo click below:

Download | Demo

Features of Apptha's Marketplace Script:

  • Adaptive payment methods for revenue splits
    Admin controls for Seller’s Product and Order Management
    Bulk Product import
    Seller Profiles and SEO friendly URLS for stores
    Mail system for Admin-Seller Communication
    Social Login for Seller registration
    Notifications and updates for Products and Order (Approval and Cancellation)
    Exclusive deals page for listing sellers’ deals
    Instant sales report updates for Admin and Sellers
    Responsive theme
4 Replies
wineloscript
#1 - 2015-03-19 10:21:22
wineloscript

Wanelo clone script is an recent released social & multivendor ecommerce website script. You can start within 5 mins to run an ecommerce business & affiliate business on single website.

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davidmiller
#2 - 2015-07-07 08:43:37
davidmiller

Payment gate way will be the critical stage in the E-commerce. Now get your e-commerce software from mowares

peterjohnpofi
#3 - 2019-02-21 11:15:10
peterjohnpofi

Laravel Ecommerce- Multi vendor ecommerce script
Multi vendor marketplace script is the best shopping cart developed using open source technology called Laravel Framework. It is fully packed with essential shopping cart software features which make your online store to stand out in the competitive queue.
High lighting features
Unlimited number of stores
Unlimited number of products and categories
Product Filters
Product ratings and reviews
100 % SOURCE CODE
And more features

joshuapatel
#4 - 2019-04-04 01:40:33
joshuapatel

n the beginning, we're not expecting more than 200-300 orders a month so doing things like tracking vendor sales, fulfilling and accounting manually wouldn't be a deal breaker for the time being. If this goes up we're prepared to invest money to automate these things.

On EDI and API's: We're planning to do our deliveries in 2 tours a day. With there only beeing 2 bulk pick-ups a day we've had the experience that the vendors have enough time to prep the items, even if we only send them an email to inform them about the orders. About half of our vendors have basically no form of in-house IT. There is no system for EDI/APIs to interact with. But I completely agree with you that we need a system to interface with the bigger shops to avoid things like selling out of stock.

I'm looking into Stitch Labs and Skubana, thanks for the tips. We've got about 10k for the setup and could afford about 1k a month max for running the site. At least in the beginning.

The advertisement aspect is "no problem" for now. We've secured very solid cooperations with local newspapers, radio stations and the city itself. We've also hired a social media consultant who will help us out in the first 3-4 months. Additionally our vendors will advertise the service in their stores.

I just stumbled upon the service of CS.Cart, which so far seems to be a considerable alternative to Shopify. Do you have any experience with their platform?