April 6, 2005, 12:00 AM

LaGarde offers its StoreFront e-commerce platform on an ASP basis

Online retailing is moving to hosted solutions. The latest company to provide its services on a hosted basis is LaGarde Inc., which today released its StoreFront e-commerce platform on an ASP basis.

 

Online retailing is moving to hosted solutions. The latest company to provide its services on a hosted basis is LaGarde Inc., which today released its StoreFront e-commerce platform on an ASP basis. “On demand solutions are gaining significant momentum throughout our market segments, and we are excited to be able to offer our industry leading StoreFront solutions in an ASP model,” said Bob LaGarde, founder and CEO.

LaGarde’s ASP product is the Online SalesPro and it is built on the StoreFront 6 e-commerce platform. It includes site design and web store capabilities, secure web hosting services, eBay integration, online management tools, and 24/7 live support.

Online SalesPro’s standard service plan includes web hosting, 24/7 support, professional web store templates, eBay listing and management tools, secure credit card and e-check processing, inventory import, integrated shipment tracking, multiple ship-to addresses, customer-defined attributes and running shopping cart totals. The advanced service plan builds on the standard plan and adds integrated download delivery, inventory tracking, volume pricing, customer specific pricing, automated drop-shipping, and wish lists.

The StoreFront Online Sales Pro product is available from LaGarde at www.storefront.net and through a distribution agreement with Fry’s Electronics more than 30 retail locations.

 

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