Develop your business through different distributiohannels by selling on marketplaces (eBay, Amazon), price comparison sites, social networks (Facebook) and mobile devices.
We can help you in having a multi-channel Ecommerce website which includes the following distribution channels
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Helping them customized solution and a centralized system to have all information in one place.
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What follows are eight questions ecommerce entrepreneurs should ask when choosing a new ecommerce platform .
Ecommerce businesses come in all sizes and with all sorts of different budgets. Ecommerce platforms come in lots of different price ranges too.
On one end of the scale, it is possible to run a free, open source ecommerce platform on a free tier of Amazon′s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and essentially pay nothing in the first year.
Some software-as-a-service ecommerce platforms can be set up and go live in a matter of hours. Other solutions might take months to deploy. So know how soon the ecommerce site should be up and how much development time you can invest.
A successful online store functions well and looks great. Remember that shoppers, especially first-time shoppers, need to trust your business, and site aesthetics are a key indicator of trust.
Somewhat related to site aesthetics and functionality is catalog flexibility. Essentially, you′re asking if the ecommerce platform in question can adequately manage the breadth of products your store will sell.
Ecommerce websites need a cyber home, if you will. They must be hosted somewhere. Software-as-a-service solutions will typically do this for you. So if your business doesn′t have a lot of technical resources, SaaS platforms can be a good choice. Ecommerce sites can also be hosted on servers at companies that specialize in website hosting.
Slow loading web pages can demolish sales.The software architecture underlying an ecommerce platform can have a significant impact on load times. Here again, it can be a good idea to look at sites already running on a platform.
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