Encinitas, CA, August 19, 2015 –(PR.com)– Ecwid, a leading e-commerce solution that enables small businesses and individuals to operate online retail stores within any web presence, has announced another major expansion to its global accessibility. Ecwid’s ecommerce software is now available in Indonesian, enabling shoppers and retailers to navigate in their native language for a better Indonesian ecommerce experience.
The Ecwid e-commerce software platform automatically detects the browser preferences of its shoppers and merchants and previously was able to display the front end shopping experience in Indonesian. Now the administrative dashboard for merchants is localized so Indonesian merchants will be able to fully manage their storefronts in their native language, and shoppers everywhere will be able to access those online stores, creating a significant advantage for both parties.
According to Jesse Ness, Marketing Manager at Ecwid,
“One of our most important goals at Ecwid is to enable people to enter the online marketplace, and turn their skills and passions into substantive businesses. By opening up our software to more people around the globe, we are expanding the opportunities for entrepreneurs everywhere.”
Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, and Ecwid has already been utilized by thousands of people who used the English version. Bringing language localization to this region will give a significant boost to the global e-commerce market. In the long run, this will help to create a global market that is easier for new businesses break into, and which will produce the best products at the most competitive prices.
This major update is already operational on Ecwid’s website. They now serve well over 800,000 merchants in 175 countries, making Ecwid an industry leader in e-commerce. Individuals and small businesses are now able to choose from over 45 languages to operate their stores. This was made possible by Ecwid’s leverage of crowd-sourced development, where developers and users were able to collaboratively refine the translation software.
To learn more about Ecwid’s online store language translations or other features of the e-commerce platform, visit: http://www.ecwid.com/. Or, to participate in Ecwid’s crowd-source translation project, visit: http://translate.ecwid.com/.
Ecwid is a full-featured, cloud-based e-commerce platform that allows SMBs and individuals to create professional online stores and embed them into any web presence in minutes, and even operate multiple online stores with mobile point-of-sale integration simultaneously. Ecwid, available directly or through trusted partners, has over 800,000 registered merchants in 175 countries, and is available in 45 languages. For more info, visit http://www.ecwid.com/.