Zenta Multimedia launch e-commerce websitePublished: 11th Jan 19:16:31 | Permalink | Printable
Zenta Multimedia, a well established supplier of original clip art CDs for RISC OS users, has released details of its new website.
Their well designed site now gives details of all 14 of their CD products and incorporates a shopping cart system to allow you to buy them online.
As one of the first RISC OS companies to offer online shopping, it's good to see that the system is fully integrated with the WorldPay system. WorldPay offers fully secure credit card processing and makes ordering from Zenta's site very easy indeed.
Not only is postage and packing free, if you purchase more than one CD, you only pay for the highest priced one and the others are a maximum of £5 each!
Congratulations to Zenta for dragging RISC OS software developers into e-commerce at last. At this rate all the RISC OS dealers will be trading online within a matter of... er, years!
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