A hybrid of appointment-booking and meeting-scheduling software, ScheduleOnce is difficult to judge against software that falls strictly in either of the two categories. It’s safe to say that because ScheduleOnce is a reliable company (which has earned a glut of fantastic reviews by virtue of attentiveness to users), the software will only get more powerful and more flexible with time.
They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and this apparently applies quite literally when naming shopping cart software. I’m not sure if BigCommerce’s name or its Texas headquarters came first, but it’s a good fit either way. Cloud-based and user-friendly, this cart software helps merchants from all levels of experience and revenue sell their products online. While BigCommerce may not have enough advanced features or customizability for some larger companies, we still believe that BigCommerce is an excellent platform for most merchants.
Launched in 2007, Amazon Pay is a payment service provider (PSP) and a subsidiary of mammoth online retailer Amazon.com. The service allows customers to complete purchases, make donations, and set up recurring payments on a merchant’s website by making payments through their Amazon account. Amazon Pay is a simple way to begin accepting credit and debit cards, and the service has mostly positive reviews.