Virtual Storefront

Virtual Storefront

A website that allows a person to research, order and pay for a good online. For example, one may visit a website to find a book, read reviews and then purchase it. See also: Virtual mall.
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The gallery aims to create a virtual storefront of Tunisian contemporary art.
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is where companies provide the complete framework for a virtual storefront or backbone for your business.
0 is now available on the Canon Business Services Platform (CBSP), Canon's new online marketplace and virtual storefront, and is available through all imageRUNNER ADVANCE authorized Canon dealers and Canon Solutions America.
Since Apple keeps 30 cents for every dollar spent in its virtual storefront, that netted it about $6 billion in revenue for the year.
The Interactive Intelligence MarketPlace is a virtual storefront offering applications, packaged integrations, process templates, custom reports, dashboards, web services and other products that complement the Interactive Intelligence collaboration, communications and customer engagement solutions.
They receive 20 percent commission on all sales through their virtual storefront and sales made in-person.
The update to the Google Play Store brings the virtual storefront to version 4.
The suite includes a product configurator, a sales portal, a so-called Flex Suite for generating 2D drawings and 3D models, a consumer design tool and a virtual storefront for e-commerce firms.
Since Cook operates a virtual storefront, she can run the business from home without having to house large-scale inventory.
They utilize virtual worlds for training or to extend their brand with a virtual storefront, the same way they may have experimented with a Web page back in 1995.
For example, Gralla covers prohibited items, preparing/finding items for sale, buying everything from autos to tickets with minimum risk, and setting up a virtual storefront.
The store is closing its doors and opening a virtual storefront on the Internet.

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