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Shopware is an open commerce platform developed in Germany, which is offered on the one hand free of charge as an open source variant and on the other hand in a commercial variant including maintenance and support. With the help of Shopware, companies can set up B2B and B2C stores cost-effectively within a very short time.
Shopware can be operated both on premise and in the cloud. Shopware is used by small and medium-sized companies, but also by well-known international corporations, as the software grows with their requirements thanks to its simple expandability.
Through its own store for extensions, Shopware offers its customers a wide range of customization and extension options, even without programming knowledge. These include, for example, themes that can be used to customize the appearance of the store or plugins that enable additional functions (for example, a payment interface such as PayPal) in Shopware. Furthermore, price search engines or other interfaces such as an ERP can be connected via an API in the front and back end.