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All ecommerce platforms have their advantages and disadvantages. It is important for businesses to evaluate the various platforms based on their own specific needs and use cases.

Here is an overview of the most popular ecommerce platforms.

#BigCommerce
#Magento
#Volusion
#Salesforce Commerce Cloud
#WooCommerce
#Shift4Shop
#Shopify
#Kibo
#Prestashop
#Squarespace
#Big Cartel
#Wix
#Ecwid
#Episerver
#OpenCart

BigCommerce
BigCommerce is considered an Open SaaS platform provider and a growing headless commerce provider based on low total cost of ownership and highly flexible APIs.

The platform offers small business and start-up plans as well, with built-in features and SEO control. The integration options, like our headless WordPress plugin, make the platform a frontrunner across headless commerce solutions.

Magento.
Magento is historically an on-premise, open-source solution preferred by brands who have already heavily invested in IT or development teams. Magento 2 (AKA Magento Commerce Cloud or Magento Enterprise Cloud Edition) launched a cloud, open-source solution in more recent years.

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Volusion.
Volusion is an ecommerce platform aimed primarily at starter stores and hobbyists.

In late July 2020, Volusion filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to a blog post on Volution's website, the company is still open and operating as usual.

Salesforce Commerce Cloud (Demandware).
Salesforce Cloud Commerce, formerly Demandware, is a SaaS ecommerce platform provider, often preferred by high-profile fashion retailers.

It is an open SaaS model like Shopify and BigCommerce.

WooCommerce.
WooCommerce is an open-source ecommerce platform, offering a cart solution in addition to a brand’s content on WordPress.

It is most often used by starter stores and hobbyists, bloggers expanding into ecommerce, and brands utilizing developers most comfortable with the WordPress environment.

Shift4Shop.
Shift4Shop is another SaaS ecommerce platform, though typically considered more of a minor player.

Shift4Shop provides multilingual support and advanced shipping solutions — no API required.

Shopify.
Shopify is a well-funded and public SaaS ecommerce platform provider. They are popular with starter stores, hobbyists and brands with SKU counts of less than 100.

Shopify also has an enterprise solution called Shopify Plus. For more information on the pros and cons of each platform check out this great Shopify Plus vs BigCommerce comparison from Cart Consultants.

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Kibo.
Kibo is an omnichannel platform provider which acquired the SaaS ecommerce platform Mozu in 2016.

Mozu was built from the ground-up, offering, in theory, the most modern of ecommerce SaaS solutions.

Prestashop.
Prestashop is a freemium open-source, cloud-hosted ecommerce platform.

The platform can be used in 60 different languages and is popular outside of English-speaking countries where other platform providers dominate including:

BigCommerce.
Demandware.
Shopify.
Magento.
Squarespace.
Squarespace is a SaaS website platform provider. They are best known for their work with the creative community. Their ecommerce platform was spurred off by a need from that creative community for a light-weight cart (including cart recovery) to sell items.

It is used primarily by the creative community with low SKU volumes.

Big Cartel.
Big Cartel is an ecommerce solution designed for smaller merchants who do not need a sophisticated platform. Typical Big Cartel merchants are bands, clothing designers, jewelry makers, crafters, and other types of artists. The platform is very easy to use but has a limited feature set. Big Cartel may not fill your needs if you have a large product catalog.

Wix.
Similar to Squarespace, Wix is best known for its easy website setup and keeping it simple with a drag-and-drop interface, competitive pricing, and modern for purchase and free themes. Wix is most often used by entrepreneurs and other small business creatives. The platform prides itself on being a solution for both beginners and experts who seek creative freedom in their website work.

Ecwid.
With more than 1 million online users, Ecwid has become a popular solution for small business owners. This solution is not a platform, but rather a widget which is intended for users who want to add a store to an existing website. If you have less than 10 products in your catalog, Ecwid is a free solution. After that, plans start at $15/month.

Episerver.
Episerver’s platform puts a focus on content and personalization. Another headless commerce solution, the platform strives to combine digital marketing, content management and digital commerce into an all-in-one solution. The solution is a popular choice for mid-market and enterprise-level merchants. The platform is designed to pair well with other Episerver solutions like
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