AspDotNetStorefront

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Multichannel online ecommerce platform

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AspDotNet review by <span>Mauro B.</span>
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Good product for small to medium self-sufficient companies

What do you like best?

Open source code allows customization. Pricing beats other big guys away such as NetSuite (worst) or Magento Paid Version(can have high COO).

What do you dislike?

Not much bad to say about it other than if you try to use it for B2B where large numbers of items are added to the cart, this can cause huge time issues when loading pages. Not sure if they fixed this.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Not for B2B use.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We used to use it for our main eComm and it worked pretty good. With access to the MS SQL DB, we were able to create all the connections to our ERP system.

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AspDotNet review by <span>Brian M.</span>
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Running Several Stores on ASPDNSF Since 2010

What do you like best?

The software runs seamlessly on Windows, which was something we needed based on legacy software. It also allows many edits without access to source code. Lately, the developer has been better about keeping up with more modern trends such as MVC.

What do you dislike?

There has been a concerted effort to get users onto their hosted platform lately, which I do not really appreciate. In terms of value for money, I would explore other options were I starting fresh. The developer community is somewhat small.

Recommendations to others considering the product

If you have to be on Windows and need something that runs natively on there with most of what you would want, this will work.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have done millions of dollars in ecommerce sales over a variety of websites. While it has not been perfect, it has worked.

What E-Commerce Platforms solution do you use?

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AspDotNet review by <span>Scott S.</span>
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Very happy with new version 10

What do you like best?

We’ve been using AspDotNetStorefront for years and it’s served us well. Version 10 was just released and we updated shortly afterward. There are a lot of improvements that we’re very happy about but the biggest factor is how the site works with mobile devices. We’ve always struggled with converting mobile traffic, or even keeping them on the site, but we’re seeing HUGE improvements in our mobile metrics. Just since we launched the update our mobile revenue is up 225% and conversions are up 131%! Across all traffic we’re seeing more than an 8% increase in conversion rate, bounces are down, and session durations are up. I credit a lot of this to the responsive design, our product images are bigger and fill any size screen with color – important when you’re selling flowering plants! The new 1-page shopping cart is great, the customer can see all their order information all together and visual cues guide them through completing all the required information.

What do you dislike?

It's a little more difficult in the new version to make layout changes to the site if you're not familiar with the technology. We were provided with a site skin that we're pretty happy with though, and have just made minor tweaks.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The responsive design was the main factor in our decision to invest in the new version. Our mobile site wasn't performing at the levels we felt it should be. Navigating the new site on a phone or tablet is a completely different experience, full of color and it's easy to find products and check out.

The backend product and order management is MUCH easier to work with. A lot more information is visible on each page so you don’t have to navigate through a bunch of tabs to see everything. The entire layout is just cleaner, easier, and more intuitive. We spend less time doing routine administrative tasks.

AspDotNet review by <span>Kathryn K.</span>
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Excellent CMS for managing multiple websites that use a shared database

What do you like best?

ASP.NET allows full control over all aspects of the store and works well is you want to dig deep into the code or not touch it much at all. At the agency that I work at we run several websites that sell related as well as same products, and this CMS handles them well with detailed reports.

What do you dislike?

I am not a true fan of using the asp language in the backend, however that's not really to blame on the asp.net storefront.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Asp.net is a bit of a learning curve if you are used to working with CMS sites like wordpress, Shopify, or node.js. As I learn more it becomes easier to implement useful features. I am also learning to use NPM with it so I think that will really help make things easier to develop in the future.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are running multiple websites that sell the same products, so it's easy to link them all to different sizes and make modifications as needed.

AspDotNet review by Administrator in Retail
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Tried and True - But is it time to move on?

What do you like best?

asp dot net storefront has powered our business for years. We have made a lot of money with it, and it's served us well.

What do you dislike?

It's not exactly cheap, and it runs on Windows Server, which is its own can of worms.

Recommendations to others considering the product

ASPdNSF is great for running an ecommerce site if you're satisfied with Windows Server as a platform.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It was a wonderful solution at the time, to a very real problem for an expanding small business.

AspDotNet review by Administrator
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Maybe good for smaller businesses, but we've outgrown it

What do you like best?

Simple interface. Easy to learn. Basic functionality.

What do you dislike?

Lacking in merchandising capabilities. For companies with larger SKU counts, it's missing newer featured for visual merchandising.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It has been our ecommerce platform for 10+ years. It was great for the first 8, but have outsized it.

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