Product pictures, product pdf brochures/manuals and customer records entered in webERP are automatically presented by CARTwebERP to provide your company a way to be selling on the net in 5 minutes. (See the demo) webERP's Sophisticated Freight and Sales Tax tables are used to calculate freight and taxes, based on the destination and shipping location zip codes.
Provides your customer the easiest way to shop and place orders for your products since no log in or registration is required and there are only 2 steps to check out! In addition to accounts receivable to make a purchase, your customers may use credit cards through PayPal and Authorize.net. An entry is made automatically in webERP for Internet payments to apply against the invoice.
Once the order is placed, it is on your webERP accounting system. Nothing to synchronize or import. G/L entries can be exported to other accounting packages, like Quick Books.
Several add on extensions are available, YMM - year make and model part selection, Associated parts - "substitutes", "also bought", freight tracking number module, inventory pricing and more!
Spanish and French Translations thanks to Rafael Chacon!
Google Products XML file creation thanks to Gary Ferguson!
A plug in allows the placement of selling blocks in articles or anywhere for any stock number.
Created by a developer of webERP, Mo Kelly.
For a seamless integration between your shopping cart and your accounting system, the combination of webERP and CARTwebERP cannot be beat!
If you really want to use this I suggest you be able and willing to fix the code yourself or pay to have it all done for you. There seems to be no in between.
Sorry for the issues installing CARTwebERP. The new installation program defaults to selling all sales categories. Also other items in the set up parameters should default to improve the installation experience.
Please take note of the "Quick Install" instructions. Call me if you difficulties.
There was very little documentation, all on the website for sales. There is no support except with an expensive contract.
Three weeks of work later, I upgraded to joomla 1.7 for security reasons and checked the website. There was a new CARTwebERP for 1.7, only it was $10 and I had payed $5 for the now free 1.6 version. I called Mo, and was told I needed 1.7 version and I had to pay the full amount to get it. I never did get it working so I deleted it instead.
I would never treat a customer like that.
I am sorry that Rayj had difficulties installing. I think the "errors" were actually failed SQL statements with corresponding installation instructions that point out connection issues and point out missing tables to help get the cart set up quickly. This cart is a bridge and it is important that certain data tables exist in webERP for it to work.
There are 18 pages of documentation for CARTwebERP with 3 links to "How To" videos on youtube.com. There are 4 more pages documenting add ons.
As the seller of a product, I enjoy my right to set the price and change it at any time. At the time of this writing all of my Joomla extensions are free.
Clients that subscribe to our support plans have concluded that our rates are reasonable.
I apologize for anything that upset Rayj.