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New KonaKart eCommerce Software Release

KonaKart releases version 4.2.0.0 of its popular Java eCommerce Shopping Cart Software

Milton Keynes, UK, January 13th 2010 – DS Data Systems UK Ltd. is pleased to announce the release of KonaKart v4.2.0.0, a java-based eCommerce shopping cart application that provides an extensive set of features to enable retailers to successfully sell their products over the internet.

KonaKart is a Java / JSP / XML based solution with easy to use java APIs and a SOAP Web Service interface that allow you to quickly integrate eCommerce functionality into your existing systems. The customizable parts of KonaKart are Open Source and available under the GNU LGPL.

The new version includes a new stylish UI for the store front application as well as many exciting features, such as advanced marketing functionality based on customer characteristics and behavioral patterns, gift certificate support, indexing of digital download content for fast content based search, unlimited number of product prices and new payment and promotion modules. Full details of the new features can be found at http://www.konakart.com/downloads/version-4200

The Community Edition of KonaKart is free and can be downloaded directly from the KonaKart web site. An Enterprise Extensions package is also available by contacting [email protected] . Professional support and consultancy are available for all versions of KonaKart.

KonaKart may be used directly by online retailers, but is also intended for solution providers, ISPs and for OEM usage. A partner program is available for companies that can offer integration and professional services around the product.

Visit the KonaKart web site at http://www.konakart.com for customer references, live demos, free downloads and full pricing details for the product and support packages.

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John Hornsby is a Co-founder of DS Data Systems UK Ltd who produce KonaKart, the leading Java eCommerce / shopping cart platform. 25 years in a variety of fields of Computing and across 3 continents. Senior IT positions with Rockwell, Barclays, JP Morgan and others before setting up DS Data Systems UK Ltd in 1999.

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