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1ShoppingCart

23 Ratings

SAP Hybris

49 Ratings

1ShoppingCart

23 Ratings
Score 5.5 out of 101

SAP Hybris

49 Ratings
Score 7.8 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

1ShoppingCart

It's really user preference. Some people have been told by other colleagues that it's a great system to use so they want to go with that. There are other systems that do exactly the same thing. I have not found that 1ShoppingCart has any unique features that would lead me to persuade a client to use it over another one. I usually have clients look at two or three options and give feedback. Sometimes it comes down to monthly prices.

SAP Hybris

For a large scale, multi-national eCommerce application where a solution needs to be built with heavy customizations, I believe Hybris is the way to go. It provides a great starting point and scales well with proper development practices. Though be prepared to adopt supplementary solutions for things such as CMS and/or product search/indexing to achieve the most out of this product. Future releases of Hybris are improving on these two things though so it could be the case that these have been updated to leading industry standards, be sure to inquire appropriately

Feature Rating Comparison

Online Storefront

1ShoppingCart
7.9
SAP Hybris
9.0
Product catalog & listings
1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
9.8
Product management
1ShoppingCart
8.0
SAP Hybris
8.9
Bulk product upload
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
7.0
Branding
1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
8.8
Mobile storefront
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
9.7
Product variations
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
8.9
Website integration
1ShoppingCart
7.0
SAP Hybris
9.7
Visual customization
1ShoppingCart
7.0
SAP Hybris
9.0
CMS
1ShoppingCart
7.0
SAP Hybris
8.9

Online Shopping Cart

1ShoppingCart
8.0
SAP Hybris
8.7
Abandoned cart recovery
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
9.8
Checkout user experience
1ShoppingCart
7.0
SAP Hybris
7.5

Online Payment System

1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
9.0
eCommerce security
1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
9.0

eCommerce Marketing

1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
7.8
Promotions & discounts
1ShoppingCart
8.0
SAP Hybris
6.4
Personalized recommendations
1ShoppingCart
7.5
SAP Hybris
6.9
SEO
1ShoppingCart
7.0
SAP Hybris
10.0

eCommerce Business Management

1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
8.2
Multi-site management
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
9.4
Order processing
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
8.4
Inventory management
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
6.5
Shipping
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
8.0
Custom functionality
1ShoppingCart
9.0
SAP Hybris
8.9

Pros

  • Email broadcasts are super easy with 1ShoppingCart
  • Affiliate set up and management is easy
  • Solid architecture upon the Java Spring framework
  • Clear, efficient separation of presentation and data layers
  • Easy to setup and maintain local development environment
  • UI layer easy to extend, or re-tool to fold in preferred frameworks and utilities.

Cons

  • The UI needs improvement. There are other systems out there that are more intuitive.
  • Customizing/branding a shopping cart page can be a little tricky - when it should be very simple.
  • CMS Cockpit is slow and inefficient for performing certain kinds of content management and template manipulation tasks. I often defer to the HMC, but this is not a feasible option for our client's content management team.
  • The OOTB UI code that ships with v5.0.1 is several years behind industry standard front end technology. v5.1 shows no promise of significant improvements in this arena. Some things I'd like to see: Dropping the Blueprint framework in favor of something Like Bootstrap, Less Framework or AngularJS. Jquery and key dependent plug-ins need to be upgraded and large, over-featured plugins like JQuery UI abandoned. SASS + Compass should replace static CSS. Granule should be dropped in favor of better tools for JS dependency management, code minification, and file concatenation.
  • Maintaining independent codebases for Desktop and Mobile views increases UI development hours by a margin of 30-50%. Natively supporting the option to configure a responsive design with a framework such as AngularJS would offer flexibility to serve up content and site chrome targeted at a wider range of device classes than just desktop machines and mobile phones.

Likelihood to Renew

1ShoppingCart5.5
Based on 2 answers
If I were in charge of the renewal decision I would really take a look at 1SC vs. Infusionsoft. There are many ways each are great and many ways they are different. I would look at what was best for my company and make the choice accordingly. I find that Infusionsoft has many more ways to intuitively market, segment and cultivate new leads and grow the business as a whole than 1SC currently has.
SAP Hybris9.3
Based on 2 answers
I truly enjoy leading Hybris development projects and participating in new feature development for the platform. I see huge potential for growth and hope to be instrumental in bringing Hybris to the bleeding edge of presentation layer technology.

Usability

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic
SAP Hybris7.0
Based on 2 answers
Figuring out the CMS tools took some time. Supporting documentation is sparse.I also found the tools to be slow at times, making simple template edits an arduous process.

Implementation

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No answers yet
No answers on this topic
SAP Hybris8.0
Based on 1 answer
I give this an 8 instead of a 10 because in hindsight, while I am extremely happy with the platform and the things I've learned through my exposure to it, I also see so many areas for improvement in the outcome of my efforts. My advice to front end developers working with Hybris and/or the Java stack for the first time, is to not be intimidated by it. Question everything. Trust your intuition. Do not be afraid to refactor or completely replace something that appears integral to the platform if you see a clear benefit to doing so. It's much less far reaching than you think and the core system will not come crumbling to its knees if you make broad sweeping alterations. In fact, the energy you will expend to retool your site with a new framework will grow in tandem with the amount of time you spend hesitating, and at some point may become critical enough to force your hand while simultaneously becoming risky enough to destabilize your entire project delivery. If you don't like JQuery UI, punt it. If you don't care for the Blueprint CSS framework, burn it down. Making the strategic decision to adopt the toolset that best fits your organization from the very beginning will pay off in spades.

Alternatives Considered

Again, it's the client that usually selects the system they want to use. I think 1ShoppingCart has lower monthly payment options so that makes it more appealing. Infusionsoft has a $2k payment that must be made in order to use their product
Hybris is a strong contender in the eCommerce platform race. It's closest competitor is probably ATG whereas Endeca, from the standpoint of our projects, is more of a supplementary tool to assist it. I and others have found hybris' strengths in that it's a light weight and very modular system which can rely on other tools where it's own abilities may fall short. ATG tries to do everything and be an all encompassing framework but in reality it is very hard to do all things at once and be great at all of them. Our philosophy was to use hybris' modularity and take what it does extremely well and leverage it along with supplementing tools such as Endeca to provide a solution that excels across the board. Being able to customize a solution to a business need is an important part delivering the right solution. The flexibility of hybris is the one thing that stood out to me and was most likely the reason for it's use in our project.

Return on Investment

  • Faster lead conversion, definitely
  • With one solid Hybris implementation live, and another on it's heels in Q3, we've built significant in-house expertise in the platform. As we win more Hybris business, our ability to rapidly implement performant and unique e-commerce solutions for our clients can only improve.

Pricing Details

1ShoppingCart

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

SAP Hybris

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details