We design and build bespoke e-Commerce websites that look fantastic, are easy to update, secure and provide you with all the tools you need to manage products, pricing, customers, invoicing and much more.
We can also help you optimise your website so that your site and its products appear in search engines with our SEO services.
Our team of designers and developers will collaborate with you to create an attractive and desirable selling platform which will be incorporated into your content management system.
This gives you complete control over your catalogue stock, where we will provide you with training on how to add and remove products when you need to. This will give you a workable, convenient and amenable online shop.
Our web development team has experience with a vast range of e-commerce platforms, including Magento, WooCommerce, Opencart, Shopify, and Ubercart – each has their merits and pitfalls, and we know them all!
E-Commerce stands for electronic commerce and refers to the trading or facilitation of trading in products or services using the Internet.
Most e-Commerce websites are online stores or product listings where you can pay and order straight off a particular website.
E-commerce sites enable businesses to reach a global market, without spending a large amount of money and time. Without having limitations of geographic locations, it means that even the smallest of business can have a global reach. Likewise, e-commerce can help obtain the necessary information and compare offers from all potential suppliers.
Choosing the right e-commerce platform will ultimately define how your business operates in the future, so it’s worth understanding your options before jumping in at the deep end!
Business-to-Business (B2B): A B2B e-commerce website is an online store that enables the transactions of goods or services conducted between business.
Business-to-Consumer (B2C): A B2C e-commerce website is an online store often takes a form of a retail store where the business sells directly to the final customer.
Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C): A C2C e-commerce website takes a form of an online shop/trading space where customers sell to customers. An example of this is eBay.
Consumer-to-Business (C2B): This type of e-commerce is very common in crowdsourcing based projects. The customer makes their services or products available for purchase for companies seeking precisely these types of services or products. An example of this is iStock Photos.
Administration types of E-Commerce: This includes Business-to-Administration (B2A) and Consumer-to-Administration (C2A). Typically these types of e-commerce websites exist for the transaction between the final customer and public administration and vice versa. This includes fiscal, health insurance, employment, legal documents and registers.
Convert visitors into buyers and boost your online revenue with an e-commerce website in Magento, WooCommerce, Opencart, Shopify, or Ubercart.
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