Store-building software hits shelves

Store-building software hits shelves

Trellian has launched a new version of its online business software, eComm Store - a do-it-yourself e-commerce application that allows both small and large businesses to build their own store on the Web.

The software package gives retailers the ability to create an online shopping site, including product images and descriptions, shopping cart and secure online transactions. The software is compatible with any ISP, so retailers can modify existing sites or create new ones without generating transaction or set-up fees. Additionally, retailers can import existing databases and calculate freight costs, which can be viewed by the software's built-in FTP client before uploading.

Trellian signed on specialist software distributor Dataworks to distribute its range to retailers nationally in June. The product, which was showcased at the Comdex IT Expo last week in Melbourne, retails for $49.95.

Trellian will also soon release its eComm PRO complete e-commerce software, which will retail for $699.95.

Trellian timeline

October 2000 -- Enters Japanese market with the appointment of distributors ComputerWare and SoftBank.

November 2000 -- Exhibits at Comdex, Las Vegas, looks for US distributors.

December 2000 -- Signs with Ingram Micro in the US.

April 2001 -- Begins hunting for Australian.distributors to cement Harvey Norman retail deal.

June 2001 -- Signs with retail specialist distributor Dataworks.

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