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Subject: RE: UKNM: e-commerce packages
From: Chetan Damani
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 12:23:18 +0100

An incredibly flexible solution could be to use Openshop (www.openshop.com)
It can run on any system, link to any ODBC datasource, the e-logistics can
plug into Fed-ex and UPS, it handles all the payment systems. It can also
get straight into your ERP systems. Doesn't need cookies, it is the fastest
shopping engine I have seen.

Also it does have Corba/COM/XML interfaces to link into any other system you
may have.

Its easy to use and your frontend can be anything ASP/CGi/Perl what ever,

At what cost only 3000 per UK licence.

Its not really for the end user, but for a Web Development company looking
for a Web shop backend integration/Components set this is the best for the
price.

Chetan Damani
Imano plc - Built for the Web
Tel: +44 1923 210631
http://www.imano.com


-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Gregory [rgregoryatpoulternet [dot] com (mailto:rgregoryatpoulternet [dot] com)]
Sent: 28 October 1999 13:18
To: Chinwag submissions (E-mail)
Subject: UKNM: e-commerce packages


We are currently experimenting with some "off-the-shelf" e-commerce
packages, including InterShop 4, with the hope of simplifying the site
build. However, as anticipated these proprietary solutions appear to be
incredibly inflexible.

Does the list have any views on these kind of packages, especially
experience of using them ... otherwise it's back to PERL.


Richard S Gregory
Senior Account Manager
PoulterNet
www.poulternet.com
Tel: 0113 285 6500
Fax: 0113 285 6501



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