If you track Shopify’s stock price over the last six months, the argument appears to hold up; the cloud’s pandemic boom isn’t confined to remote-work tooling like Slack and Zoom.
The Canadian phenom helps businesses large and small build online storefronts, offering a reasonable alternative in the midst of a sinking traditional economy.
As more businesses must close their stores, a sturdy online presence could be the difference between surviving and going under.
Going beyond onlineThe public company doesn’t stop with just digital storefronts; Shopify also offers a point-of-sale system for businesses that lets owners track sales wherever they happen.
In fact, Shopify counts larger businesses such as Heineken, Staples, General Mills and D-Link as customers.

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