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Webasyst is an all-in-one web-based platform that integrates a CRM (Customer Relationship Marketing) system, project management tools, and corporate intranet with a standard CMS (Content Management System) and online store. Their primary selling point is in making all of these tools easy to set up and configured to work together, so that businesses don’t need to go through the hassle of searching out and mastering multiple new systems to get up and running. Their theme store offers a healthy range of both free and paid themes with which to customize your website. Alternatively, you can manually change the logos, colors, fonts, etc. through their built-in design panel. If you need more features than what’s already been pre-installed and configured, their online app store contains over 500+ ready-to-use applications that can be installed with a single click. Code-savvy users also have the option of designing their own applications on the open-source PHP framework.
Their plans are reasonably priced for the features offered. With the recommended Pro plan for growing businesses, Webasyst customers can host up to five domains, unlimited users, an automated marketing mailer, unlimited products in the e-store, a mobile app for store management, sales reports, site metrics, site speed acceleration, and A/B testing features. The Starter plan, in contrast, offers only one domain, one user, the automated marketing mailer, and 200 products in the e-store. If users choose an annual plan instead of renewing month-by-month, they get an extra discount on their rates.
Before you make a decision, read my colleague’s comparison of the best website builders to make sure you’re not missing out on better alternatives.