The 10 most important shopsystems for large and medium-sized companies


WebSphere Commerce

WebSphere Commerce is a webshop provider originally developed by IBM. It has been on the market for over 17 years now.

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The online shop provider Intershop has its origin in Germany. According to its own statements, the company was the first fully functioning eCommerce shop system.

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SAP Commerce Cloud

SAP Commerce Cloud is a leading B2B and B2C store provider that emerged from the former Hybris AG.

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Woo Commerce

Salesforce Commerce Cloud

Salesforce Commerce Cloud emerged from the former US provider Demandware and has already convinced major customers such as Karstadt and Adidas of its solution.

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Presta Shop

OXID eShop

OXID eShop is an Open Source solution from Germany, which has been on the market since 2008. Today the company has over 2,000 customers throughout Germany.

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osCommerce ist eine beliebte Open-Source Lösung, die heute mehr als 9.000 Erweiterungsmodule aufweisen kann.

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Magento is an open source e-commerce solution and is considered one of the largest and best providers on the market. Especially the many extensions from third party developers make Magento a very interesting option for ambitious medium-sized and large companies.

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Open Cart


The German company Shopware has been on the market for 17 years already. As one of the most used shop systems, Shopware offers among other things a free Open Source Community Edition.

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Open Cart


Plentymarkets is a complete eCommerce solution offering a store module. The solution is already used by more than 7,000 customers today.

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Oxid eShop


xt:Commerce is a proven player in the eCommerce market and has got its 6th version on the market right now. Customers receive the license for the one-time purchase price of 449 €.

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Comparison of shop systems for enterprises

Features and prices of the most important providers

Compare the functions and prices of the various store providers for large and medium-sized companies and find the right solution for your company

Interfaces with the Warehousing1 partner network

Once you have decided on a store system, the next step is to interface to your logistics provider's Warehouse Management System (WMS) to automate order processing. The partner network of Warehousing1 offers a standard connection for almost all store systems. If there is no standard interface to the warehouse of the supplier, you can easily make the WMS connection using the Warehousing1 API. It acts as a central interface between your store system and your fulfillment partner. Thanks to our experience in the area of digitalization and IT interfaces, we can connect you faster and more cost-effectively than other alternatives, thus helping you outsource your fulfillment.

Oxid eShop

Scalable fulfillment

Take advantage of our versatile and efficient fulfillment network and never worry about shipping logistics to your customers.

Central WH1 portal

Warehousing1 supports the connection of all common ERP systems, shop solutions and marketplaces and can even implement individual requirements without any problems. In addition, customers receive cloud-based access to the WH1 portal, which provides an overview and analysis of the flow of goods, inventories, costs and further important key figures.


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