Oscar E-Commerce provides individuality

E-commerce framework based on Django

What are Oscar’s benefits?

Individuality thanks to open source

Individuality thanks to open source

Oscar is an e-commerce framework for Django that has many benefits: it’s open source, can be expanded in all sorts of ways and is therefore extremely customisable. This means that Oscar is a perfect choice for many e-commerce shops as the client can add their own ideas and requests.

Simple integration of complex processes

Simple integration of complex processes

The CI, which is one of the priorities for many companies when creating their own online shop, can also be integrated easily with Oscar. Even complex sales processes can be outlined in a simple manner thanks to Oscar.

This Oscar is one heck of an independent chap

Oscar provides an expandable code base that is inspired by the expertise of numerous small and large e-commerce projects. Extensive customisability, excellent documentation for developers as well as specific recommended solutions for common e-commerce problems make Oscar such a unique independent and open-source framework.

Working with Oscar means:

  • Guaranteed compatibility with various different software solutions
  • Small licence fee
  • Option of in-house development
  • Independence with regard to IT service providers
  • A reliable, stable framework
  • New ideas can be implemented in a flexible manner
  • Transparency and security across all development stages
  • Performance of the highest quality
  • Customisation has priority


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Projects with Oscar Commerce

Was man mit Oscar alles machen kann, kannst du dir hier direkt bei ein paar aktuellen Beispielen aus unserem Portfolio anschauen. Viel Spaß!


Wagtail CMS | Oscar | Kubernetes | Microservices | Keycloak

Re-development of website with e-commerce features for sample ordering, product selector, product configurator

To the website

NSC Sicherheitstechnik

Django | Oscar | Python

Design and redevelopment of the online shop with a direct interface to the branch’s ERP. Automated imports of product images and data. Customer’s account management with different authorisations.

To the shop

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