What is PrestaShop?
If you want to launch a web store, but you have little experience in dealing with web sites, then PrestaShop is the perfect option for you. It’s an e–commerce web application meant to be simple and easy to work with, but it is full–featured at the same time.
PrestaShop is translated in multiple languages and is used in over one hundred and fifty countries. It powers more than 130 000 online stores. It boasts a distinctive administrative panel, referred to as “back office”, which is the heart of your e–commerce portal. Using it, you can quickly add new products, administer existing ones, set up bulk discounts, and much more, with one single click of the mouse.
PrestaShop™ is a trademark of PrestaShop SA and shares no affiliation with Pearce Digital Solutions.
PrestaShop–Optimized Linux Cloud Website Hosting Services
With Pearce Digital Solutions’s PrestaShop Linux cloud website hosting service, you can get your e–store published online with one single click of the mouse. All you have to do is select PrestaShop from the web application drop–down list on the signup page and we’ll install your PrestaShop copy immediately after we activate your hosting account. This will let you begin working on your shopping portal right after the account activation procedure has finished.
A Point & Click Website Control Panel
Our PrestaShop Linux cloud website hosting packages come bundled with a point ’n’ click Website Control Panel, which was created in–house by Pearce Digital Solutions. It’s available in more than 10 different languages and boasts a user–friendly interface offering a bouquet of tools, which will give you absolute authority over your web store’s content.
You will get a drag–and–drop File Manager where your PrestaShop files will be placed, a Database Manager for your databases, and a fully featured E Mail Accounts Manager from where you can administer all your mailbox accounts. Besides, you will obtain access to a comprehensive stats tool, which will present you with real–time info about your bandwidth and resource usage.