Ecommerce software vendor Actinic has launched Supermall, a product that allows companies to host online commerce sites for smaller companies using Actinic's Catalog software. Hosts retain full control over the site, and can give out 30-day trial versions of Catalog to potential online shop owners to demonstrate its ease of use. Actinic claim that Catalog takes about 30 minutes to set up, and requires no knowledge of Internet technology.
The Supermall software acts as a framework for the individual online shops, providing centralised management, 128-bit security and support for payment by credit card. Supermall requires a PC running Windows 95, an Internet connection, and access to Web space, and costs #2,500 including the first 5 shop licences, with further licences costing #349 each.
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