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xShop for osCMax 1.2

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xShop for osCMax is a Development software developed by SASoft Incorporated. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for xShop for osCMax:

Edit By BS Editor: xShop is a Windows XP application designed to manage oscMax and osCommerce from your windows desktop. Our feature rich application Far outperforms all other desktop product managers for osCMax and osCommerce. Designed to fully replace the web based admin panel, xShop takes osCommerce and osCMax management to new levels of productivity and efficiency.

Not merely a product MANAGER, xShop is a complete Windows XP desktop replacement of the osCommerce and osCMax web based admin panel. Control all aspects of your store from your desktop, from payment modules, tax settings, store configuration, Inventory Management and more. If you can do it in osCMax, you can do it faster in xShop.

xShop Highlights

* Connect to unlimited stores
* Completely independent of all osCMax code
* Speed - Up to 500% faster performance
* Security - Located on your Computer
* Improved Work flow
* Improved Reporting Features
* Manage Orders
* Manage Customers
* Manage Products and Categories
* Edit static page content/WYSIWYG
* Drag&Drop Info Box manager
* Manage Product Reviews
* Manage Payment Modules
* Manage Shipping Modules
* Manage Order Total Modules
* Manage Tax Setup
* Manage Downloads
* Manage Product Attributes
* Manage Manufacturers
* Manage Coupons
* Manage all configuration options
* Quick Update Products/Prices
* Print Invoices/Packing slips
* Manage customer group
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