Compare different shopping cart programs by creating a list of the features that matter most to your company and looking up the descriptions for each tool on its website, making notes for each entry. Alternately, you can look at articles from online comparison sites that feature benchmarks for the most common features as well as customer ratings, as of 2015.Continue Reading
Begin by determining the features that matter most for your company or business in a shopping cart program, such as the ability to link multiple store fronts with the same system or having access to a wide range of visual customization options. Rank the needs in order of importance and then visit the website for each tool under consideration to find out if it offers the features on your list. Some tools specialize in a certain type of industry or business size, which means you may need to check multiple services to locate the best solution for your needs.
If you are using a shopping cart tool comparison article on sites such as TopTenReviews.com or SofwareInsider.com, begin by using the built-in filtering options to narrow down the listing of available services and create a shorter, more relevant list. Focus on your company size, key features and the type of back end system you wish to use to limit results. Check the highlighted sections for each company to gain a top-level understanding, then drill down to gain a deeper insight on features.Learn more about Marketing & Sales