eCommerce has come a long way. It is no longer primarily the domain of large businesses with the money to invest in $100,000 eCommerce builds. Small businesses now have powerful shopping cart solutions available to them, and there are even more options at the enterprise level.
All the eCommerce options available to you today can be a bit overwhelming; so, to simplify things a bit, we’ll say this: at its core, an eCommerce platform should be easy to use, should let you update your own products easily, manage orders easily and should provide a secure, simple checkout process for the customer. Beyond that, it should be scalable enough to allow your eCommerce business to grow, and flexible enough that we can build any custom features you may require.
We have those solutions, and are very experienced at customizing them to our clients needs.
We work with the following eCommerce applications:
The Shopify hosted commerce platform.
Shopify has thus far shown great promise due to its modular architecture and flexible API, which lets us build new features into the core despite the software being a proprietary, hosted solution. Shopify is a great way for us to help a client with a smaller budget enter into the eCommerce world, and it will scale well into a more advanced, customized eCommerce experience, should that be where our client’s needs lay.
We’ve recently built some of the most advanced websites in our portfolio by leveraging the fairly promising Magento Commerce platform, building in custom features like the ability to sell video on demand through a Magento store (Pranamaya Studio), integration with Lightspeed POS systems for live inventory syncing with brick-and-morter operations, and integration with fulfillment houses like AtLast and OnFulfillment.
Ok. The following are recent eCommerce sites we’ve done: