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ProStores was an e-commerce website hosting company owned by eBay. Formerly known as Kurant StoreSense, ProStores was acquired by eBay Inc. by the end of 2005 changing the name to ProStores by eBay.[1]

ProStores' feature set included simple wizard-driven website, e-commerce capabilities, site design tools and e-business management. Smaller merchants could also manage the entire process of posting and selling products on eBay using the ProStores interface. It also offered inventory management, supplier communication and integration with Quickbooks and Dreamweaver.

eBay announced on July 1, 2014 that support for the platform would end February 1, 2015.[2]


  1. ^ Cheryl Lynn Russell; John N. Peragine (2010). EBay Income: How Anyone of Any Age, Location, And/or Background Can Build a Highly Profitable Online Business with EBay. Atlantic Publishing Company. pp. 25–. ISBN 978-1-60138-441-6. Looking for a new ... Another company eBay has acquired and put to work servicing its own users is Kurant, a leading-edge company that specializes in software for e-commerce on small business Web sites. eBay used its products to create a new service for sellers that debuted in summer of 2005: ProStores. This extra-fee service ... 
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