Ecwid is #6 in Top 11 Online Store Builders
E-commerce SaaS service that offers the performance and flexibility you need, with none of the hassles you don't. Works with your existing site, takes less than 5 minutes to set up. Web, Facebook and mobile devices
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#6 in Top 11 Online Store Builders
The best alternatives to Ecwid are: Shopify, WooCommerce, Wix, BigCommerce, Weebly
Latest news about Ecwid
2021. Lightspeed buys Ecwid for $500M
Lightspeed has picked up two more companies in what is shaping up to be an acquisition spree for the Canadian point-of-sale software provider: e-commerce platform Ecwid for $500 million, and NuOrder, a B2B ordering platform servicing wholesales, brands and retailers, for $425 million. Ecwid itself has been around for years, initially making its name as a key partner of Facebook’s to help small businesses build commerce experiences on the social media platform, and eventually expanding to provide tools for merchants that use services like Square and Wix, as well as other third-party platforms like Instagram and Google — sometimes competing with but also potentially integrating with other e-commerce backends like Shopify.
2020. Web store building startup Ecwid raises $42M
Ecwid, the startup that sells e-commerce tools directly and via third parties like Square and Wix, letting businesses build e-commerce experiences on their own websites and apps, as well as via Facebook, Instagram, Amazon, Google, and more, has raised $42 million. Ecwid is in the stable of e-commerce companies that include the likes of Shopify, BigCommerce and WooCommerce, which have seized on the growth of online shopping over the last decade and helped companies that are not digital by nature — specifically small and medium brick-and-mortar businesses — become a part of that digital economy. And to underscore that low barrier to entry, its pricing starts at free to enable shopping on a website covering 10 or fewer products.
2010. Ecwid: add shop to your site as easy as YouTube video
Ecwid - this is one of the most successful Russian SaaS startups. This year they where among the finalists of "The Next Web Startup Rally 2010" and the similar Russian contest organized by Google " Business Project 2010". At the moment, the service is used by more than 20 thousand merchants worldwide. Ecwid - is a SaaS service for simple online store building. Its developers - "Creative Development" company - is already running the successful business with the popular commercial e-commerce CMS X-Cart. Therefore they know very well that there are already a lot of e-commerce CMS and SaaS solutions on the market. So why did they decide to create yet another one?