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Starting at US$99 per month

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One of the most important features to us was its ability to create custom customer types and set different prices for them as we have a two leveled wholesaler program.
In case you are looking for a cost effective, pay as you go, a long term player in your team, WooPOS is the way to go.

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David F.

Media Production,

Used daily for 6-12 months

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Excellent cart for the WordPress fan

Reviewed 6 years ago

It is a great option to get started with Little cost until you get the store set up then upgrade with premium plugins.

Pros

If you are a WordPress fan then get to know WooCommerce. This freemium cart is a great option for setting up a shop and setting it up quick. The base cart is free and integrates well with many payment systems including now Square. If you want bells and whistles there are low cost options.

Cons

You have to be experienced in WordPress and WordPress speak to get this cart up and running. Like WordPress much of the support comes by way of community forums. To me, this works but may be a hassle if you need one to one service.

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Brandon L.

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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WooCommerce is great!

Reviewed 6 years ago

Fantastic for startups, great to get new stores going with little to no cost.

Pros

With WooCommerce initially being free without any monthly costs upfront, that is always a huge piece when making a decision for what to go with. It's got a great community of developers, plugins and tutorials for you to be able to get everything up and running.

Cons

The learning curve is a lot larger than say with Shopify, but you don't have the upfront costs and monthly fee's, which helps especially with a new business. Besides that though, everything else is great!

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Darrin W.

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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WooCommerce enables almost anyone to create an online store quickly and cheaply

Reviewed 6 years ago

WooCommerce is invaluable in helping me deploy an online store, and it has all the features I need run it well (in conjunction with numerous third party plugins). It is always updated, easy to manage, and does not require too much server resources. Best of all, the cost of running a WooCommerce store is much less than other professional platforms of a similar nature.

Pros

What can I say about WooCommerce? It is the best DIY solution for anyone wanting to create a store online of their own - and on their own. And if you don't want to DIY, there are plenty of people offering to do it for you at very low cost. What is great about WooCommerce is it integrates seamlessly with WordPress and the basic functionality in order to makes sales is totally FREE. Of course, if you want to enhance your store and have a really professional-looking one, there are so many plugins/themes both free and paid, that can help you achieve that. And not only that, WooCommerce is always updated so that it stays secure and cutting edge. Everything you need to build a store online is already available in WooCommerce.

Cons

Integration with Paypal is not really good. When you need to create a specific checkout page with the specific logo of your store showing on that page, you need to setup an entirely new Paypal account just for it. Paypal used to support multiple Custom Checkout logos under one single Paypal account, but this changed late in 2016. Besides this issue, WooCommerce support takes a while to reply, if you email them with an issue, although paid help is readily available from numerous online WordPress/WooCommerce experts, so you are never really stranded.

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Brian A.

Used daily for 2+ years

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Our favorite cart software.

Reviewed 6 years ago

Easy to get the hang of if you want an ecommerce website. Lots of templates out there to get for it too.

Pros

It is simple, clean and effective. We now have four websites that use it. I highly recommend it over other carts for sure.

Cons

Takes way too many plugins to give the cart what I think should be basic functionality already built in. Some of these plugins are not cheap either.

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Used daily for 2+ years

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Built multiple online stores and was always to make it meet the needs of my clients.

Reviewed 6 years ago

I have been able to build, and more specifically custom tailor, multiple online stores for a variety of clients with relative ease.

Pros

I love that Woocommerce is on Wordpress, and that it supports third-party plugins. They offer a slew of plug-ins themselves. This enables you to build in the features you want, and not have very much added bulk and useless features taking up space on your server. It's almost ridiculously simple 90% of the time, with little need for assistance. On the rare occasion that you might need it, they have...

Cons

Their plug-ins are a bit pricey. To be fair, they only have an annual fee, but they are a bit steep depending on the feature that you want. It would be a lot better if they charged a single annual fee or monthly fee, and allowed unfettered access to all of their plug-ins. That way, you wouldn't have a different annual billing date for each of those little extra features you thought of adding later...

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Megan M.

Sporting Goods, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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Best Shopping Cart

Reviewed 6 years ago

We saved tens of thousands by using Woocommerce to build our online site. We make sales daily thru it and are able to design and setup the site exactly to fit our needs.

Pros

Woocommerce is free and easy to use, so as a business owner I was able to take the time to learn how to use it and create my own website with Wordpress and Woocommerce. I have no web design background, but was able to learn thru google and helpful articles and videos. As a platform, Wordpress is built to be easy to use and have made it simple for developers to create and sell useful plugins. Woocommerce is a great add-on to Wordpress and has allowed me and others to create beautiful and effective shopping carts. If we had to pay someone to custom create and maintain a site for us it would have been tens of thousands of dollars.

Cons

Because Wordpress is a free base and countless developers can create their own plugins, there can be a lot of conflicts between plugins. Especially when there are essential or major updates to Wordpress or Woocommerce. This can have a huge impact on a website, and you need to be prepared to test major updates before they go live. One update once changed the entire structure of variable products and created hours and hours of work on the backend for us. You would not see this with a contained shopping cart (like 3DCart), but that's because you pay more for the other services. For the price, Woocommerce is unmatched.

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Matthew M.

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Super powerful and designed for use for Wordpress and it works great in the software it was written

Reviewed 6 years ago

Its a great, powerful peice of software, makes for a very flexible and complete store. But you need to pay to get their, other competitors already offer the options in a monthly paid format and include phone support. But those are different models. Its working for this client and I'm glad they are happy. I would consider it again, but perhaps a little closer eye on the yearly cost.

Pros

I had a client who needed a store and wanted me to build it an host it. Since I use wordpress for all my sites I'd already known about woocommerce. Its allowed me to build a very flexible, powerful store that can do almost anything I ask of it, as long as my client can continue to pay for the yearly renewals.

Cons

Its expensive if you run anything more than a very simple store with simple products. As soon as you want to process credit cards, thats a paid plugin, you want to add the cost of goods (a feature free by default in 99% of its competitors), thats paid plugin. I would necessarily call it a full eCommerce solution, more like a solution framework that you need to buy multiple once a year renewing addons. Since its self hosted on your wordpress server you will not have phone support, email/ticket support is pretty responsive though. but you are expected to have moderately high level of tech knowledge.

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Rahul T.

Retail, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Bonsai - Big thing in small package

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

The attention to details and versatility. The software is highly flexible to suit any business's needs. [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] and his team has put in a great effort to include a lot of features out of the box and the implementation is very easy. All the knowledge source is easily available and if you get stuck help is just a call/email away. In case you are looking for a cost effective, pay as you go, a long term player in your team, WooPOS is the way to go.

Cons

People who are not used to of using mouse on retail systems may feel uneasy at first. One of my staff took a week to adjust but now adores the software.

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Leola S.

1,001-5,000 employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Wonderful simple and effective software.

Reviewed 6 years ago

I was impressed by how I was able to create a customized solution for my client, which has very diverse shipping parameters, including different products, different box sizes, different shipping locations and more.

Pros

I can easily edit any part of our site from the home page to the Buy button. I also like to work to publish beautiful content and create a powerful brand. I like the way to control all my clients. I have the ability to manage the tax account. Also, I like to work on the installation and a simple way to change everything I need there, i also love not having to collect information from the credit card, but I can simply integrate Amazon Pay and Paypal. It creates less responsibility for me and my business at the same time that it allows consumers to shop online safely. Another good part is that you will get the WooCommerce developers at the most economical rate compared to other e-commerce solutions and there are many developers available online.

Cons

The platform may need to be updated frequently due to updates that can be an update task while making sure that your current website does not break during the update. In addition, there may be a slight learning curve due to the number of features.

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James B.

Used weekly for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Woocommerce is a great product that turns any Wordpress site into an online store with a click.

Reviewed 6 years ago

WooCommerce has enabled me to set up sales online with very little knowledge of how to do it, or where to start. The cost is low and the support is great. With woo commerce I've started bringing in over average in sales and it keeps growing.

Pros

Woocommerce worked "out of the box" and I was able to set up selling immediately. I've found it to be robust enough for a new seller, with limited experience. And it's been relatively easy on the front-facing side for customers as well.

Cons

As I have utilized the software, I've realized that it comes with very basic functionality, and the only way to make it a true, fully-functioning store with the bells and whistles to operate professionally, is to buy an add-on, okay a couple... well several add-ons. The problem with that is Wordpress. If you have any knowledge about Wordpress, the more plugins you utilize the heavier the site gets and the more time it takes to load the site, and the more possible problems can arise. I've had all the plugins for several months, and so far so good (fingers crossed).

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Jonathan H.

Used daily for 2+ years

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The blank slate for the best in the industry

Reviewed 6 years ago

Its the best, it has the best tools to price to ease ratio out.

Pros

Its so stable, well built, FREE and powerful. Its a real barebones solution but you can have a store up and running within hours without having to pay Wix, Squarespace or any other fools a monthly fee. If you think that is great you should see the plugin library.

Cons

Its bare bones, it does the job but if you want the better features they cost money. The difference is the money is a once off fee not a SaaS subscription.

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Publishing,

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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WooCommerce has a bit of a learning curve at first.

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

WooCommerce is robust platform for ecommerce merchants selling basic products. It's easy to set up, the back end has a little bit of a learning curve if you've never used Word Press. Products can be bulk uploaded and updated via CSV which is a great feature.

Cons

If you need more than what the basic Woocommerce offers you have to purchase plug-ins to get the functionality you are looking for. This can increase cost depending on how many plug-ins you need to add.

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Zied M.

Online Media, 1-10 employees

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Amazing soft but needs a lot of changes

Reviewed 5 years ago

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Pros

A lot of usefull functionnalities. One of the rare professional Pos easily linked with woocommece.

Cons

Hard to configure Hard to customize frontend pos Hard to customize functionalities Not user friendly Please add a custom product for when the cashier scans an unavailable product they can add a custom product with price and name. Add a function to customize front end pos to simplify the visual complexity for the cashier for example remove the search product tab. Add a category product instead to access example vegetables fruits ... and when you click on it a list of these product are shown .... But overall the pos is really great just need some easy friendly platform and some additional custom functions I ll be the first to go back to your soft . Please keep me posted for any updates this

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Hi Zied, Thanks for the review. But we have all the custom options you have mentioned in your review. Some functions are hidden or need advanced special settings to show up. Please email us to get help on setup. And don't forget to give us a better review! Thanks

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Jason M.

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Simple but effective

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

Very quick to setup, vast amount of add-ons/templates/upgrades available. Large community support base, lots of different options for the type of products that you are selling physical/virtual/downloads .

Cons

Some of the official Woocommerce addons & templates can be very expensive for startup stores, some settings are complicated to change/remove.

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Jeremy C.

Sporting Goods, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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Most affordable and customizable pos system

Reviewed 2 years ago

Been great so far. Good communication and help. Regular updates with new features.

Pros

Can be as complex or simple as you need it to be. Staff is very helpful.

Cons

Again can be very complex and overwhelming. There are tons of features but their help section online is super helpful and they're eager to help

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Stefan T.

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Best way to do E-commerce hands down.

Reviewed 6 years ago

Ease of use, remarkably well organized product categories as well as products themselves.

Pros

Best about Woocommerce that it's free, it is light in size and installed and configured quickly just what you need when you are starting your first E-commerce website.

Cons

All the addons are mostly expensive, even though you have lots of them in free version you have to pay for some advanced ones. And i don't like Idea paying for something on a free platform.

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Printing, 201-500 employees

Used other for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Very customizable platform for your e-commerce needs

Reviewed 6 years ago

Free

Pros

I had to integrate custom API with Woocommerce, really liked how many things you can manage with the API - add products, edit them, modify orders, customer data etc. Really easy to build something very custom.

Cons

For the price (opensource), there aren't really any downsides. The downside is moslty the wordpress platform, which with all the plugins can cause some problems for woocommerce. For example, a SEO plugin can mess up API responses for woocommerce by injecting random HTML in responses.

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Michelle G.

Used weekly for 2+ years

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If you are wanting or creating an eCommerce website you can not do any better than WooCommerce.

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

WooCommerce has everything you could ever want to build an effective, cost friendly, eCommerce website. The free version comes with enough stuff to get you going and the additional plugins will take your online business to the next level.

Cons

If you are not very technical the system can be cumbersome to setup and use. You will definitely need to spend some time with the documentation to understand what everything does and how to best utilize it.

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Tasnim A.

Consumer Goods, self-employed

Used daily for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Overall good experience with the program.

Reviewed 7 years ago

Simple to use. Was able to get an online business up and running with relatively low costs.

Pros

Simple to use once the initial set-up has been done. Lots of additional features and plug-ins available. Integrates really well with various payment facilities.

Cons

It sometimes takes time to get the plug-ins to work . Lots of trial runs needed to ensure all processes run smoothly.

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Computer Software, 201-500 employees

Used weekly for 6-12 months

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Powerful, extendable e-commerce for Wordpress with a few caveats

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

Wordpress is the easiest CMS (content management system) to get up and running, and WooCommerce makes it almost just as easy to establish own online storefront. If you don't have many requirements, the base install can get you pretty far.

Cons

If you need more than what the base install offers, you'll need to start looking at the subscription tier AND additional plugins to extend the functionality of your storefront. Many of the popular plugins cost money, but more importantly, you really need to stay on top of security updates because patching any plugin vulnerabilities is extremely important to the security of your website. Add a bunch of plugins and you have a lot more to keep track of.

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Rena R.

Used other for 2+ years

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It's great for physical products

Reviewed 7 years ago
Pros

I like woocommerce for its ready to use software. Its basic version is free, and for many businesses it can be used as is, and as the business grows more features can be added for a cost.

Cons

It's not great for digital products, which is mostly what I sell. There's a long checkout process that is unnecessary for digital products, and I lose customers that way.

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Daniel P.

501-1,000 employees

Used weekly for 6-12 months

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E-commerce is the new thing, and woocommerce knows it

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

Fantastic product for your integration with the world's largest content manager, easy to use, implement and generate services with this product. In spite of everything, the customer service team is responsible for the answers. It has facilitated the way the payment gateways relate to our websites. Love!

Cons

The points in which it is detailed the following are: The complements to be sold are bound to a sense, then, they are very expensive and only a small part of them is used. You must sell them separately so that the end user can implement the desired site on your website.

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Alexander M.

Used weekly for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Excellent complement to start a virtual store.

Reviewed 6 years ago

There are add-ons that WooCommerce offers, but not at the same price and publications as WooCommerce does.

Pros

What I saw most about this add-on is that it offers many opportunities to create your own e-commerce and create a variable catalog in which you can display the way you want your articles.

Cons

It is a bit expensive in terms of publications, and most of the time you have to insert codes and some supplements to manage something specific.

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Aaron M.

Wholesale, 11-50 employees

Used other for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Great, well supported, and easy to use.

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

Very easy to put together a well funtioning online store for a reasonable amount of SKUs. Most themes support integration, create product variants.

Cons

Do not recommend for high quantity product catalogs. Addons are expensive. There are usually better options available.

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Nik K.

Used other for 2+ years

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Great value!

Reviewed 6 years ago
Pros

WooCommerce is a plug-in/extension for Wordpress and is free to integrate! Can't really beat that perk.

Cons

To get Woocommerce to behave the way you want is a little tricky. It'll take a lot of learning before you can use Woocommerce the way you want to use it.