AMS provides a reliable, secure shopping cart solution for your ecommerce website. The shopping cart software allows you to accept credit cards and PayPal payments by integrating with over 50 payment gateways. Credit card and order data is encrypted and secure.
Customer can pay for items in their ecommerce shopping cart using VISA, MasterCard, AMEX or other credit cards in addition to PayPal. AMS uses a payment gateway to accept credit card payments.
If you want to get your online store set up in minutes, use PayPal to accept credit card payments. When you hit a high payment volume, you can easily upgrade to another payment gateway like Authorize.net or Stripe.
Your store's shopping cart software is set up to use your local currency. It automatically calculates tax rates based on where your business and buyers are located.
You can also customize the checkout page into one of 50+ languages, or translate the shopping cart checkout page yourself. Existing shopping cart checkout languages include: Danish, Dutch, Spanish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, Swedish and others.
Set up rates for shipping your products based on product weight or prices. Alternatively, Business and Unlimited plan members can automatically calculate shipping rates from UPS, USPS or FedEx in real-time.
AMS connects with fulfillment services including Amazon Services, Shipwire, and Webgistix. These fulfilment services allow you to fill and ship orders from a warehouse with one click.
AMS provides a list of email addresses of those that went to the checkout page, but never completed the purchase. Sending an email to those that abandoned their shopping cart can help you recover otherwise lost sales.
Your online store's shopping cart includes an SSL certificate that uses industry standard 128 bit encryption technology. This is the same level of encryption used by large banks to keep your information secure.
AMS provides a shared SSL certificate at no cost to all stores. Many other hosted ecommerce solutions will charge you hundreds of dollars every year for a SSL certificate.