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Elastic Path

Elastic Path is an enterprise e-commerce platform that provides an easy and cost-effective way to deliver a custom multi-store and multi-channel solution. It supports rich out-of-the-box features such as telco-style bundling, customer support functionality, product recommendations, dynamic content, merchandizing, promotion management, catalog management, and much more. It includes extensive documentation, full access to source code, and an active developer community.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  27 Nov 2009 23:07

    Release Notes: This version adds many capabilities including product bundling, price lists, and staging to production.

    •  01 Mar 2006 08:48

      Release Notes: Improvements found in Elastic Path 4.1 include advanced search engine optimization, the ability to sell service goods with extensive data collection, saved shopping carts, automated product recommendations based on store purchase histories, best-practices for checkout, merchandising enhancements, and advanced reporting capabilities utilizing Crystal Reports.

      •  10 Aug 2005 05:12

        Release Notes: Multi-language facilities were added to allow customers to view the store in their preferred language. Multiple forms of currency are supported, allowing country-specific prices and selling in any currency. Pre-negotiated contract pricing may be displayed to selected customers and partners. Attribute descriptors and validation patterns allow properties and regular expressions to be assigned to attributes. Web-based configuration management and high-speed data caching were also implemented.

        •  18 Oct 2004 20:53

          Release Notes: This release has a fully redeveloped service-oriented architecture, an advanced attribute management system, customer groups and personalization, a promotions engine, a full asset manager, an import manager, returns management, and fully indexed internal search capabilities.

          •  22 Apr 2004 04:49

            Release Notes: This release supports cross-selling, the ability to recommend related products to those currently being viewed or purchased. It also added inventory management, making it possible to manage current stock levels, reserve stock quantities, set stock re-order levels, and deliver out of stock notifications. The database queries were optimized and reduced in complexity. Custom category and product attributes can now be added with a single line of code, and the default framework store was enhanced. Full Java source code is now included with every license.


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