What is PrestaShop?
PrestaShop is an easy–to–use e–commerce system for setting up and managing a powerful online shopping portal. It is an open–source platform, which is used in 150 countries all over the world and which presently powers 130 000+ web stores.
This e–commerce web application offers more than 310 features, which will help you grow your online business and increase your profits with minimum effort. Its administrative interface (called ’back office’) will permit you to manage a dynamic product catalog easily with single–click modifications. Import and export quickly, arrange products, set up bulk discounts and more with a simple click.
PrestaShop™ is a registered trademark of PrestaShop SA and is not connected with PerezWebs.com.
PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Shared Website Hosting Services
With PerezWebs.com’s PrestaShop Linux shared website hosting solution, you can get your e–commerce portal published to the World Wide Web with one single click. All you have to do is choose PrestaShop from the web application drop–down menu located on the signup page and we’ll install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we activate your hosting account. This will allow you to start working on your online store right after the account activation procedure has been completed.
A Point & Click Website Control Panel
Our PrestaShop–optimized Linux shared website hosting packages come bundled with a point & click Website Control Panel, which was designed in–house by PerezWebs.com. It’s translated into more than 10 different languages and boasts a simple–to–use interface offering a bunch of tools, which will give you absolute authority over your Internet shop’s content.
You’ll get a drag & drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be kept, a Databases Manager for your databases, and an all–inclusive Mail Manager from where you can manage all your electronic mail accounts. Moreover, you will be bestowed with access to a detailed stats tool, which will provide you with real–time information about your traffic and resource consumption.