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Spree Commerce is an open-source ecommerce platform for Rails 6 with a mobile-first UX, an optional PWA frontend, REST API, GraphQL (coming soon), numerous official extensions and an ecosystem of third-party integrations.

Popular technical use cases:

Custom built online store
Headless ecommerce
Multi-store dashboard
Multi-tenant platform
React.js frontend app
PWA frontend app
Popular business use cases:

Contextual commerce
Unified retail & online
International ecommerce
Multi-vendor marketplace
B2B or B2B2C ecommerce
Subscription ecommerce
Popular 3rd party integrations:

Payment processor
3PL integration
ERP integration
POS integration
Analytics dashboard
Avalara AvaTax
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9 reasons to upgrade or choose Spree for a new project
USER EXPERIENCE
Truly
mobile-first
Smooth UX on any device: iPhone, Android, iPad or desktop.

Amazing page load
speed and SEO
Google will love it and so will your customers – both old and new.

Fully featured ecommerce platform
Rich UX, omnichannel, international sales and more.

BUSINESS VALUE
Short time-to-market:
launch in a week
Install, customize, configure and start selling.

Open-source:
you own it
Self-hosted and fully-owned platform. And it’s free!

Flexibility for future
growth and scaling
Start lean, test the market and then scale as you grow.

SECURITY & COMPLIANCE
PCI
compliance
Available payment gateways enable full PCI-DSS compliance.

Secure authentication and authorization
Strong password encryption, token-based REST API and more.

Mature underlying technology
Built-in Ruby on Rails framework security features.

Success Stories
Marketplace
Maisonette
Gasido
Scout & Nimble
Milan Style
B2B E-commerce
3form
Gasido
Packhelp
Nuherbs
Subscriptions
Hundred
ChefSteps
Goby
Kuli Kuli
What people are saying about Spree
Ratio Clothing
We love the flexibility that Spree provides. Crucial for our unique custom clothing workflow and manufacturing integrations.
Ratio Clothing
Mazen Kurdy, CEO & Founder at Stylemyle.com
We recommend Spree to anyone looking to create their own site from scratch. It may take a bit longer than using an out of the box solution but you maintain control and are able to add functionalities the way you want them.
Mazen Kurdy, CEO & Founder at Stylemyle.com
Luca Marini, COO at Finery
We strive to be at the forefront of ecommerce offering a simple, hassle-free browsing and buying experience.
Luca Marini, COO at Finery
Farmdrop
We’ve built a marketplace platform in Rails. We take a test-driven approach to all our work. We love pairing, pull requests and collaboration. We dig open source and we live in the cloud.
Farmdrop
Zia Zareem-Slade, head of customer experience at Fortnum and Mason
As well as being beautifully designed, the new site is fast, slick and easy to navigate – and is truly responsive, providing the same experience across multiple devices. The site reinforces the brand experience that our customer’s expect and since the site went fully live we have seen incredible results in increased revenues, increased conversion rates, but most importantly, amazingly positive customer feedback.
Zia Zareem-Slade, head of customer experience at Fortnum and Mason
Benjamin Sion, CTO at Paneco.com
We found the Spree framework to be the most robust, scalable and configurable solution. After some initial prototyping, we realized that the Spree framework was a very suitable choice to create a world-class, multi-region alcohol ecommerce store.
Benjamin Sion, CTO at Paneco.com
Everlane
We use fairly industry-standard technology. The site is built in Ruby on Rails using a MySQL database, with lots of jQuery, and the associated trinkets that come along with it on the frontend, namely SCSS and a little bit of CoffeeScript.js. We also use git for version control and deploy the app on Heroku. We made an effort to choose technologies that are battle-tested and developer-friendly, and we use a lot of external services.
Everlane
GoDaddy
In 2013, GoDaddy embarked on a journey to offer the simplest and easiest ecommerce solution for small businesses. In the process, they evaluated various platforms for the criteria they considered important — including maturity, extensibility, features, modularity, adoption and community support. Spree Commerce stood out from the pack.
GoDaddy
Mack Weldon
Javascript, Rails, Spree, and integrations – We believe this is the best approach for building an animation-rich, mobile-first experience that makes buying underwear simpler than checking your bank’s account balance.
Mack Weldon
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Spree 4.0 for Rails 6 released
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