Jotform Store Builder empowers small businesses to create a store quickly and conveniently, regardless of technical skill.
Jotform, a leading online forms SaaS solution with 16 million users globally, announces Jotform Store Builder, a no-code tool for small businesses to build an online store in minutes.
Jotform Store Builder is simple to use. Small businesses can drag and drop elements to create a store in minutes, regardless of technical skill. In addition, there are endless customization options and over 25 payment gateways, such as PayPal, Stripe, and Square. As a result, the Store Builder helps small brick-and-mortar stores get online and start selling products fast.
“We don’t believe it should be so difficult to take your physical store online. Jotform Store Builder ensures no small business gets left behind by pricey, overcomplicated software when they want to sell online. Most small businesses just need something that’s easy to use, affordable, collects payments and gets the job done,” said Chad Reid, vice president of marketing and communications at Jotform.
Jotform Store Builder isn’t limited to small businesses—industries across the board benefit from Store Builder’s ease of use and value, such as restaurants setting up a QR code menu to collect orders and nonprofit organizations gathering donations.
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Key features and benefits include
- 25+ payment options, like PayPal, Stripe, and Square
- No additional transaction fees
- Full customization with product lists, widgets, branded URLs and more
- 70+ widgets
- Track orders in a customized Jotform Inbox
- Works on any device
- 100+ free templates
- Advanced sharing via QR code, link or embedding into WordPress sites
Jotform Store Builder is an iteration of Jotform Apps, a no-code, drag-and-drop app builder. The new feature was developed in part because more than a third of Jotform Apps users were creating apps to collect payments.
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