Instant eCommerce

Canonical

on 17 January 2014

Christmas shopping habbits have changed recently. Most people just buy gifts online to avoid endless queues. A lot of small and medium companies are looking at entering the eCommerce space. However at the moment there are three choices:

  1. You choose a hosted solution with direct lock-in.
  2. You choose an expensive commercial option.
  3. You build a solution yourself out of open source components.

Neither of them is ideal.

What if you could instantly deploy a complete eCommerce solution build out of best-in-class open source components? A shop, a back-office ERP/CRM, web analytics, business intelligence, monitoring, etc. All integrated but with the freedom to customize to your needs.

This is exactly what the Instant eCommerce Juju Lab wants to achieve.

As always a Juju Lab succeeds if there is active participation and fails if there is not, so go and check it out!

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