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Installatron Integrates PrestaShop

Carlisle PA, 10 June 2010

Installatron today announced the availability of the ecommerce shopping cart solution, PrestaShop.

Installatron, a leader in web application automation, today announced the availability of the ecommerce shopping cart solution, PrestaShop, through Installatron Applications Installer, its multi-platform web application auto-installer and auto-upgrader software.

PrestaShop is a modern, customizable ecommerce shopping cart solution, taking advantage of "Web 2.0" innovations such as dynamic AJAX-powered features and next-generation ergonomy. PrestaShop guides customers through its product catalog intelligently and effortlessly, turning intrigued visitors into paying customers. PrestaShop was launched in 2007 and is used by over 37,000 shops.

Installatron Applications Installer is the leading multi-platform web application auto-installer and auto-upgrader plugin for the cPanel/WHM, DirectAdmin, Plesk Linux, Plesk Windows, and LxAdmin web-hosting control panels, and an integration API is available for any hosting control panel or graphical user interface. Installatron Applications Installer was launched in 2004.

For more information about Installatron, including a live demo and a free version, please visit: http://www.installatron.com
For more information about PrestaShop, please visit: http://www.prestashop.com

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