a .NET eComm package?

I got an email from a local partner today looking for a recommendation on .NET eComm package.

Hmmm. I had to think for a bit.

I then turned to a search engine and found .netECOMMERCE who have a bunch of products:

.netCART Ecommerce Shopping Cart:
Comprehensive ecommerce component designed for use with ASP.NET.  Provides hundreds of methods, properties and controls to build flexible ecommerce solutions with simple deployment and implementation.

.netCHARGE Payment Processing:
Real-time credit card processing solution supporting Verisign, AuthorizeNet, iBill, LinkPoint, SkipJack and more!  25+ gateways. Integrate with any online store or even a simple payment form. All transaction types are supported plus logging & AVS.

.netSHIP Rating & Tracking:
Provides real-time rates from any combination of FedEx, DHL and USPS at the same time. Also supports tracking, service sorting, algorithm based rate backup, dimensions, adjustments, rendering return as form elements, integrates with any site or store. New supports rating for Canada Post & Airborne, custom shipping and more!

.netCURRENCY Exchange:
Performs currency exchange to and from over 175 currencies and precious metals. It also performs real-time value lookups with local caching for near instant returns, and automatic rate updates at any interval. XML data storage and multi-level caching.

.netCOUNTRY Location Analysis:
Provides location, language and culture analysis in real-time for your ASP.NET web site.  Locate visitors and convert their IP and browser details to country code, country name, language code, language name, culture code, currency and more!

Anyone use this before? The testimonials look good

Anyone got any other recommendations?

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Comments (2)
  1. Karl Kopp says:

    We use http://www.aspdotnetstorefront.com/ – its great. ASP.NET 2, Master pages, XML packages, get the source – used it quite a few times and had no problemos!



  2. Today we’ve just been toying with <a href="http://www.bvsoftware.com/">BV Commerce</a>. I know <a href="http://www.acorns.com.au/">Corneliu</a&gt; had a good experience with it and is the brains behind <a href="http://www.bestgames.com.au">BestGames</a&gt;

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