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I recommend because I find it easy to use
But I use it between 5 year First many module is free and now all you need pay
For this is not great
But it s a popular Cms and you find very many module
we have been working with PrestaShop since 2008 and this e-commerce platform is our main choice. We think that this is the best choice in comparison with Magento or Opencart as PrestaShop holds a middle when choosing platforms. It is cheaper to maintain and develop than Magento and it is more advanced than Opencart. This make it a perfect choice for small and mid-sized companies worldwide.
We the technologies and modules we have in our hands, we create even more advanced and scalable solutions based on PrestaShop 1.6 for our biggest clients. Thirty bees became a good choice for these clients after the official support this autumn is finished by PrestaShop team.
Choosing the platform is very important, to match it with the level of technical knowledge.
The PrestaShop platform user must have the curiosity and time to learn at least the platform's functionality at the basic level. This is necessary to customize (change and create cms pages, change banners, introduce new products, create campaigns).
The marketplace of modules is well established, with integration solutions with many applications (payments, courier, retargeting, etc.)
A great advantage of the platform is popularity. Get immediate freelancers ready to help you at a low cost.
For those who are not willing to learn anything about platforms, I recommend that they turn to Shopify platforms.
I do use PrestaShop for my website.
Overall I’d give it a “B” for a letter grade, if that makes sense.
It’s intuitive to figure out and easy to use, but it’s also loaded with quirks and bugs.
Loading products and managing basic business items can be an exercise in frustration, at times.
However, it’s inexpensive and fairly easy to figure out, so overall, it’s been ok for me and my business.
Prestashop is realy good e-comerce!
I recommend it the most. I have been looking for a long time for a e-commerce solution and it is an ideal solution.
We’re quite happy with it. We were on Volusion up to two years ago and we found it limiting.
As a merchant, we found Prestashop much more flexible and it can be modified for our needs in most cases, even if there isn’t a module to do what we need to do. The downside is that it’s not for a merchant who doesn’t have a technical background or an employee who does. With flexibility comes complication, I guess, and you need to be able to understand it to fix issues as they arise.
we would recommend the 1.6.18 version but the 1.7 versions we had a lot of problems. When the two stores using 1.7 crashed we stopped using it.
PrestaShop does have problems importing with csv where you get unspecified errors with no explanation.
I find in easy to work with and update, so yes I like it :o)
it's a generic e-commerce platform that can be adapted with the proper addition of modules, but is quite complex. I'm not sure how it measures up to the other possibilities, so you would do better to consult an expert in the field. We're happy with it but it's a lot of work!
Prestashop is great. I was able to create my store and pretty much all the functionality I wanted through configuration. It's pretty powerful and flexible. I definitely recommend it.
Because of its open source, because it makes many programmers the world can create modules and collaborate, as the Prestashop community grows, the versions are updated very often, many things are improved because there is a very large feedback between people who use it and Prestashop. Another very important reason because it is free, it is true that it has some important errors such as the rounding of VAT, but good as any other application, none is perfect.
We were using Prestashop up until 2 months ago, then we launched a new website.
After our initial set up dramas with Prestashop it worked very well for us. Just that after about 4 years it was time to update and we went for open source and therefore moved to WordPress and Woocommerce.
Actually I am very happy and satisfied with prestashop, specially that I found one of the most professional developer who is taking care of our websites.
It's not terrible but it does seem to require a lot of attention.
A lot of the models are bulky as hell and need to be tended. If you're looking for a lot of features it can nickel and dime you to death and get kind of bloated. We seem to have a never-ending stream of strange checkout issues as well.
It's ok for our purposes but always required small modification. Also every update reset all modules to default.
I would recommend it.
It is not free, by the way, while you can download it for free in order to have a properly working installation you need to add many (costly) add ons. I would say USD 1000 at least.
I use it on ecommerce sites. It's very easy to setup and free. Required modules are how they make their money, but they are not nearly as expensive as Wordpress. It has wonderful forums, user community.
I would recommend it, I find it easy to use, up-date , add products etc and I am not a computer whizz.
yes recommend it.
I'm happy with PrestaShop.
Very straight forward.
It was advised by my web master who operates from Germany.
Yes now it is faster en more easy to user.
We are using PrestaShop, but we would NOT recommend it ....
I am not a big fan
it works for me,I'm all happy.
It works well. Yes, I would recommend it.
Prestashop is the best for me. I also know that there are good modules for Wordpress but I do not use them.
I'm happy with Presta Shop, and yes, I will recommend it 😊
Yes I recommend it.
The site works well enough and is easy to use, I think it I would recommend.
I would recommend it
I will recomended it.
I am happy, but cannot compare it with other software
I don’t have many problems, but i’ve never used different system so I can’t tell if it’s good or no.
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