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"eCommerce" site for Sharepoint 2010

Posted on 2011-09-23
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I am looking into something for my company.  We want to create an internal store for our employees in which they can choose different apparel they would want with our logo.  The request would be sent for approval then purchasing.  We have Sharepoint 2010 and I was thinking of using Sharepoint for the site.  Is there a template or something that we can use rather than "re-inventing the wheel"?  Looking to keep cost to 0 if possible.  
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There aren't going to be any FREE solutions for you.  

You could use Microsoft Commerce server, Optimus BT (http://www.optimusbt.com/ecommerce_product), or take a .NET ecommerce solution and repurpose it into a SharePoint solution.
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We decided to just create an infopath form and run workflows on it instead of doing the whole eCommerce thing.  Since we are not charging or anything eCommerce is probably way overkill.  Thanks anyways!
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Decided to create an InfoPath form instead of creating an eCommerce webpage.
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