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What Works Best – Magento, WooCommerce, or Drupal Commerce?

ECommerce has been around for quite a long time now and has grown into a booming industry, picking up momentum in the global market like a wildfire. Thanks to eCommerce, people nowadays buy all kinds of things sitting in the comfortable confines of their homes and offices without having to visit an actual market. Not limited to the comfort of buying things online, eCommerce websites also allows people to sell almost anything, helping save on costs and traveling. Mobile commerce is no longer a nifty sideshow either. With the proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the technology sphere, and as shopping on smartphones and tablets has now become routine for people, mCommerce has further shifted the retailers’ focus to building and enhancing their online business to stay in the race. Bank of America forecasts that $67.1 billion purchases will be made from smartphones in Europe and the US by end of 2015. A wide range of mCommerce platforms is available for building a robust mobile eCommerce site from which GSI, Oracle ATG, IBM Websphere, Amazon Webstore, MarketLive, American Eagle, and Magento are worth mentioning. If you are contemplating the prospects of building your own eCommerce site, it is important to know which platform will yield the best results. There are a number of platforms and services available for this task, but only a handful of them is considered worthwhile today. Let’s take a brief look at the three most popular platforms available today. WooCommerce The first in line and arguably one of the most popular eCommerce platforms in the market today is WooCommerce – a stand-alone, open source plugin for WordPress that...