2021 has found merchants and small shop owners looking for the best option to bring their business online without hustle. Among all options, e-SHOPPER and BigCommerce are two of the most easy-to-use platforms. But who wins in the e-SHOPPER vs BigCommerce comparison?
BigCommerce has advanced but expensive functionality that makes sense for large enterprise companies, but not most small and medium businesses.
e-SHOPPER vs BigCommerce Comparison
|Store Management App|
|Site Builder Compatible|
|Ease of Use|
Getting started with a BigCommerce store requires a lot of manual work with no demo products, covers, or automation included— only placeholders and instructions. E-SHOPPER stores do the work for you and have been awarded for the shortest go-live time out of all e-commerce platforms.
Store Management App
BigCommerce offers a basic mobile app with limited store management capability. E-SHOPPER’s easy-to-use store management app for iOS and Android lets merchants manage their store and sales on-the-go.
Site Builder Compatible
Merchants with an existing website are forced to restart the process when getting started with BigCommerce. E-SHOPPER merchants can seamlessly integrate their existing site and retain their SEO and investment.
Ease of Use
Building a site and store with BigCommerce can be a long process, and customizations often require a developer. E-SHOPPER is designed to help anyone easily set up their store – no developer or technical knowledge required.
Ease of Use
BigCommerce is relatively straightforward but can require more advanced skills to set up, particularly when it comes to design. E-SHOPPER gets merchants set up in minutes, no developer or coding knowledge required.
A large number of BigCommerce’s features are through app integrations at an additional cost. All of E-SHOPPER’s main features are built into the core platform. Apps are available as enhancements, but are not necessary.
Zero Transaction Fees
BigCommerce requires merchants to use their payments system or pay a 2% transaction fee. E-SHOPPER doesn’t charge any transaction fees, and allows merchants to select from over 40 international payment gateways.