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k-ecommerce is an all-inclusive ecommerce solution built for B2B and B2C engagement, with native integration to Microsoft Dynamics and SAP Business One.
Shopify, by contrast, offers basic shopping cart and product catalog functionality designed for B2C, which you can extend and customize with à la carte modules and third-party plugins.
If your business is considering an ecommerce investment, it is critical to understand the mechanics, advantages, and limitations of the two platforms before making a decision.
This guide breaks down the key differences between k-ecommerce and Shopify in terms of:
The technical foundations of k-ecommerce and Shopify, including programming language, developer accessibility, and ERP connectivity.
How well k-ecommerce and Shopify respectively handle business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) engagement.
Which ecommerce features are included out of the box with k-ecommerce and Shopify, and the versatility of each system.
As ecommerce providers, how k-ecommerce and Shopify approach their long-term client relationships.