I recently launched a new customer site for one of our local Strafford businesses, the Strafford Organic Creamery. The site was built in WordPress and featured a wholesale order form customization using WooCommerce.
Woocommerce has become an eCommerce powerhouse in the last year. After being acquired by Automattic (the company behind WordPress itself), it’s now powering a large portion of eCommerce websites (30% of all online stores supposedly). It is very powerful. But while the core plugin is free the very useful add-ons are expensive. They are priced $50 to $100 and you’ll generally need a couple or more.