We have, fundamentally, re-built our ecommerce platform from scratch to allow for more flexibility and scale across all forms of eCommerce. Gonzalo Gil, CEO
Tamarac, FL (PRWEB) July 30, 2015
Online businesses of all sizes have struggled to adapt to the constant changes in the ecommerce industry that have taken place in 2015. From Google’s “Mobilegeddon”, and new digital wallets like Masterpass and Visa Checkout; to PCI compliance and an increasingly social and behavioral web experience — most ecommerce platforms are not evolving as quickly, and causing internet retailers to be left behind by competitors.
Tackling the biggest trends in ecommerce, 3dcart, the leading all-in-one ecommerce solution, is gearing up to launch 3dcart 7; one of the most up-to-date global ecommerce releases. Created with feedback from over 17,000 online retailers, the version 7 release will include a completely redesigned Control Panel & Dashboard, a built-in Point-of-Sale system, a REST API, Multi-channel selling, native support for Visa Checkout, a new Checkout Experience, plus many other features to be announced following the initial release.
The company has also completely overhauled its frontend template system to meet Google’s latest mobile-friendly requirements and is making available 100+ Responsive and Mobile-Friendly Themes. Each theme designed with the latest standards for SEO and usability; created by independent designers and by 3dcart itself.
“We have, fundamentally, re-built our ecommerce platform from scratch to allow for more flexibility and scale across all forms of eCommerce,” said 3dcart CEO Gonzalo Gil. “3dcart 7 is meant to simplify the adoption of new trends and technologies for online retailers.”
The 3dcart 7 platform has been designed with scalability in mind, and the company is now able to offer a solution for any stage in the lifecycle of a business. As part of the release, 3dcart now offers a “Nano” plan for under $10/month, which gives merchants the same eCommerce platform - minus a few of the more advanced features. While, at the opposite end of the spectrum, the company is also introducing the 3dcart Enterprise plan for high-volume online stores, as an alternative for larger brands that want access to the 3dcart functionality and are eager to reduce the cost of paying for expensive third-party eCommerce software — or the hassle of having to build their own.
Scheduled for mid-August, 3dcart 7 will debut the most complete, powerful and scalable ecommerce platform to new and existing online stores. For more information about 3dcart, visit http://www.3dcart.com/