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  • Price Range: $79.95-1495.00
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Miva

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  • Price Range: $199-$599
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  • # of Payment Gateway Options: 22

Zoey Commerce

  • Price Range: $199-$599
  • Transaction Fees: None
  • # of Payment Gateway Options: 22
  • Confusing Pricing
  • Search Engine Tools Are Built Into Site
  • High Upfront Fees

Oracle Commerce

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  • Transaction Fees: 3.99% + $0.99 - 4.9% + $2.50 or 8%
  • # of Payment Gateway Options: 46

Avangate

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CleverBridge

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Magento

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Web.com

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Lightspeed

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Hybris

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Miva is a company that produces an e-commerce platform for small- to large-sized businesses. They believe in building scalable e-commerce solutions that are scalable and can meet each individual business's unique requirements. They offer the following: PCI compliant e-commerce, free SSL certificates for the first year, and custom site and development solutions. Since 1997, Miva has done more than $100 billion in online sales.

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  • Price Range: $199-$599
  • Transaction Fees: None
  • # of Payment Gateway Options: 22

Zoey Commerce makes high-end eCommerce technology readily available to merchants regardless of business size or budget. Zoey allows business owners to market and grow their business by offering a number of services and eliminating transaction fees. However, there are up-front costs users will need to pay prior to using the service. The platform is designed for small businesses and entrepreneurs looking to expand and better serve their customers.

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Oracle Corporation is an American-based global technology company. They design and market hardware and software projects for businesses, including e-commerce products. As of 2011, measured by revenue, Oracle is the second-largest manufacturer of software. Oracle doesn't offer monthly pricing on their website. You have to contact a vendor to get pricing information. Oracle is aimed at enterprise-level businesses looking to add e-commerce to their existing websites. While responsive design is part of the Oracle commerce paradigm, a web developer will design your templates and website for your e-store.

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  • Transaction Fees: 3.99% + $0.99 - 4.9% + $2.50 or 8%
  • # of Payment Gateway Options: 46

We did a little bit of research on Avangate and found that they are one of the premiere e-commerce companies in the industry. They have won many awards and recognitions over the years. We also found that Avangate was very transparent, providing pricing structures for their subscriptions online. Another thing about Avangate is that they are growing. They have received numerous investments over the years to increase their efficacy and development. Recently, Francisco Partners in an equity deal acquired them. This gave them some more capital resource to further develop their e-commerce product.

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CleverBridge is an e-commerce company that was founded in 2005. The management team with the company, according to their website, has decades of e-commerce experience, delivering the best e-commerce product for their customers. They provide e-commerce technology and consulting services for hundreds of enterprise-level software and cloud companies. CleverBridge stands out in the industry because most of their business customers sell digital products. From their website, we can tell that CleverBridge has been very active on the global marketplace. They recently won a Top 100 award from Red Herring in Europe and also sell many of their e-commerce solutions to European customers. Also, a lot of big names, like Dell, use CleverBridge to sell digital products.

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Magento is an open-source platform for e-commerce that is downloadable from the company website. The product becomes a capital expenditure when your team implements it into an online store. Magento has several responsive themes to choose from on their website, some being free, while others cost anywhere from $39 to $99+

Magento was first released in 2008. Magento's market share among the top 30 e-commerce platforms is about 30%, making it one of the largest e-commerce providers in the world. There are also several different "specialties" of Magento. There is a special Magento for fashion shops, as well as a B2B version of Magento that streamlines B2B sales for online eCommerce stores.

Magento also works on mobile devices quite well, being one of the first e-commerce providers to start designing themes with mobile HTML5. We also found that some third-party plug-ins and platforms made it possible to do things from your mobile device, such as monitor your sales and inventory. With some third-party integration, you might even be able to chat with your customers from your mobile device. However, these solutions can increase the cost of Magento.

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Hybris is a multi-channel e-commerce company that is based out of Zug Switzerland. In addition to their e-commerce platform, they also sell product content management software. Hybris was founded in 1997. The founding team includes Carsten Thoma, Moritz Zimmerman, and Klaas Hermanns. As of now, a German software company called SAP owns the company. Hybris's customized solutions are used by over 500 other "customer" companies, including GE, Toys "R" Us, Procter and Gamble, and more.

Hybris is intended for large- and enterprise-sized businesses. Some reviews from around the web indicate that the company's technology can take anywhere from 3-4 months to fully deploy in an online e-store, which indicates the planning that it takes to design and implement a Hybris solution.

Hybris does not have a "one-size-fits-all" option, nor do they have different subscription levels. There are, however, pay-per-use options, license purchases, and other options to get this monster of an e-commerce solution implemented for your business.

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