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  • Started in late 70s for Banking such as EFT’s1982 First online ordering system in France used for forordereding of computerEarly 90s eCommerce goes main stream in with the launch of web browers1995 – Amazon lunaches, ebay is founded, dell and cisco use web for commerce aggresively2008: US eCommerce and Online Retail sales projected to have reached $204 billion, an increase of 17 percent over 2007[4].
  • All fairly new around last summerAll cost $220Joomlubfrenchebay
  • Nbill lots of gateways supported, very flexible, lite and full version, send invoices, sell products online, email, pdf conversion, accounting, active dev, front end access, lots of flex but bloated $90Mighty invoice – active dev, barcoding,, nice and simple $40Jaccounts front end access, many payment processor may need to buy other products to integrate $85Paypal invoice - Free
  • joomdonation – community builder and jom social intregration, custom fields, recurring billing, paypal and auth.net, SSL = 20Dt donate – community builder intregration, custom fields, recurring billing, paypal and auth.net, SSL, easier to style = 30
  • AEC – 40+ payment processors, built in cart, trials, integration with many components including, jacl, mosets, cb, and jomsocial, highly customizable, good support was free, learning curve $22 + AMBRA – works with JUGA - $70MIGHTY membership – works with there ac component separate $59Membership Control by OSE – work with there access control component separate $90
  • Payment Systems: use PayPal or Google CheckoutCurrencies: use up to 16 different currencies for your storeTax Rate: automatic cost calculation based on a tax rateShipping: configure shipping costs for auto-calculationRokBox: product images use RokBox to display larger previewsStyle: inbuilt styling for rapid deployment
  • Live shipping ratesMany gateways supportedShopper groups with price levels and aclImport and exportBasic reporting – advanced with extStock controlTerrible couponing - hackBad attributes – hackPain to template
  • http://www.redcomponent.com/redshop22 Different image sizes per product & magnification Internal Template system - tag basedImport Export & Bulk upload of images in zip filesImport from VirtueMart functionalityCustom Fields for products, categories or manufacturersTagging system for both users and admin Prices, Sale Prices, Volume Prices, Shopper Group PricesCustom Search & Filtration engine WishlistCompare products100% Built in SEO/SEF control (using sh404sef)Shoppergroups with ACL and Price GroupsEmail system - Autoresponders and filtration systemAdvanced CouponingPaypal, Authorize.Net, Imglobal Payments, Epay, QuickPay, Bank TransferDynamic Shipping System Accounting Integration
  • Graphical ReportingGift CertificatesWishlistsProduct Attribute TemplatesProduct BundlesFeatured ProductsProduct Comparisons3rd Party Vendors (Users as Sellers)Stored Carts for ReorderingEmailsProduct Availability NotificationsIntegrations with: Accounting Software (LessAccounting, etc.)Inventory Management Software

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  • 1. JoomlaeCommerce
    Presented by Gabe Wahhab of
    The Savvy Group
  • 2. History of eCommerce
    Started in late 70s used for banking
    1982 First online ordering system in France
    Early 90s ecommerce goes main stream
    1995 ecommerce as we know it is born
    2008 – $204 Billion online retail sales
  • 3. Why are companies utilizing it?
    Global Reach – targeted segments
    Open 24/7/365
    Lower operating costs vs brick and mortar
    Increased sales and lower marketing costs
  • 4. How does it work?
  • 5. YES
    Are there viable extensions for JoomlaeCommerce?
  • 6. What extensions are available?
    Auctions
    Billing & Invoicing
    Donations
    Subscriptions
    Shopping Cart
    3rd Party Integration
  • 7. Auction Extensions
  • 8. Billing & Invoicing
    nBill
    Mighty Invoice
    Jaccounts – Quotes and Invoices
    Paypal Invoice
  • 9. Donations
    Many Gateway Based Simple Donations
  • 10. Subscriptions
  • 11. Shopping Carts
    3 Flavors
    Which type is best for you? Ask yourself…
    Who will the gateway be?
    What kind of shipping integration do I need?
    How many products will the store carry?
    What kind of features do I need?
  • 12. Shopping Carts - Cont.
    What to look for in a shopping cart extension?
    How active is the developer? Security.
    How active is the community?
    Open or closed code?
    What type of gateways and shipping support?
    How easy is it to template.
  • 13. Shopping Carts - Cont.
    What Features Do you Need
    Coupons
    Multiple Pricing Levels
    Affiliates Programs
    Customer Accounts
    Analytics & Reporting
    Email Marketing
    SEO
    Order Management
    Reviews
    Related Products
    Multiple Tax Levels
    Custom Attributes
    Checkout Types
    Ease of Management
  • 14. Shopping Cart Simple
    Rok Quick Cart
    • Active support
    • 15. Large community
    • 16. Features
    • 17. PayPal or Google Checkout
    • 18. 16 different curencies supported
    • 19. Tax rate calculation
    • 20. Shipping auto calculation
    • 21. RokBox: Used to lightbox images
    • 22. Easy styling
    • 23. Cost Free
  • Shopping Cart Simple
    Simple Caddy
  • Shopping Cart Simple
    • All products
    • 32. Active development and support
    • 33. Nearly no community
    • 34. Features
    • 35. Stats & Google Analytics Integration
    • 36. Coupons & Affiliates
    • 37. Packaging
    • 38. Auth.net & Paypal
    • 39. Encrypted, NonGPL
    • 40. Cost $99.00
  • Shopping Cart Advanced
    - Released October 19th, 2005
    - Latest Version October 16th, 2009
    • Been around a while
    • 41. Very large and active community
    • 42. Lots of templates, extensions and community submitted development
    • 43. Development slow …. but has picked up
    • 44. Has had previous security issues – see last point
    • 45. Notable Features
    • 46. Cost = Free
  • Shopping Cart Advanced
    - Released Feb. 20th, 2010
    - Latest Version Mar. 12th, 2010
    • Developed by a Danish team of 15 over 11 months
    • 47. Similarities to a CCK
    • 48. Very Modular – get only what you want and charge accordingly
    • 49. Notable Features
    • 50. Lite and Full Version
    • 51. $95 / $340 Dollars - Club Access
  • Shopping Cart Advanced
    - Released Mar. 6th, 2010 - Alpha
    - Latest Version Mar. 6th, 2010 - Alpha
    • Notable Features
    • 52. Community and Enterprise Version
    • 53. No price yet but average Dioscouri component around $100 with support
  • 3rd Party Integration
    Magebridge
    Freeway
    FoxyCart
    josC
    jCafe
  • 54. Conclusion
    Joomla has an expansive array of solutions
  • 55. Questions?
    Thank You