It takes a lot more than a shopping cart for an E-commerce website to be successful.  In order to generate sales and convert visitors into customers, your website must have the following:


Customer-Centric Messaging

Customer-centric messaging is all about focusing on the needs and wants of the customer.  Using this approach to target the right audience and demographic is critical to the success of your e-commerce website.

 

Clear Value Proposition

A compelling value proposition is what differentiates you from your competitors.  It is designed to appeal to your customers and drive them to make a strong decision.

E-commerce websites pay a high price when their customers lose sight of the value proposition.

 

Effective Calls to Action

An effective call to action is what converts your website visitors into leads and/or customers by urging them to take an immediate action.  A proper call to action serves as an effective sales tool for any e-commerce website

 

Sales Offers & Incentives

Sometimes you have to sweeten the deal to encourage website visitors to complete a call to action.  Providing incentives such as freebies, special discounts, coupons and discounts, will help improve conversions.

 

Cross-Selling & Up-Selling

Up-Selling is the concept of recommending customers more expensive variations of the same product with different features, whereas Cross-Selling is designed to sell additional related products or features.  Both approaches are effective in increasing the overall purchase price.

 

Intuitive Navigation & Search

Did you know that most sales made on e-commerce sites come from searching the website?  Today's customers want to find what they are looking for quickly and effortlessly, and failure to provide accurate information will result in lost visitors and sales.

 

Detailed Product Information

Research shows that you can significantly increase your sales by providing sufficient product information to your customers at the right time.  Today's consumers want to see larger product images, detailed specifications, product comparisons, unbiased reviews and anything else that will help with their purchasing decision.

 

Product Options & Customization

Websites that offer customization options should make it easy to select, modify and preview available options with the help of visualization tools.  This will improve the overall customer experience, boost confidence and reduce the amount of time it takes to narrow down choices that fit their needs and budget.

 

One-page Checkout & Order Flow

Having a confusing checkout process that has too many steps guarantees a loss in sales.  Shoppers will simply end up abandoning their carts.  An effective checkout process should involve a minimal amount of steps, and should guide customers to make the experience easy and hassle-free.

 

 

International Support

Ecommerce Website Development

One common mistake that many e-commerce websites make is not catering to international customers.  Successful e-commerce websites should support multiple currencies and language options, and be able to offer regional products and/or promotions for customers around the world

 

Social Commerce

Did you know that 90% of all purchases are the result of social influence?  In order to be successful, your e-commerce website must harness the power of social media, by encouraging social sharing and recommendations, or providing loyalty rewards to repeat customers.

 

Mobile Commerce

Mobile Commerce (M-commerce) is the next generation of E-commerce that enables your customers to make purchases using a mobile device.  We specialize in various M-commerce applications in service, information and retail sectors including: mobile store-fronts, purchasing and secure payment processing, QR codes, mobile reservations, and many more.

 

Do you work for your website or Does It Work For You?

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is the next step in the evolution of corporate software infrastructure.  Online ERP solutions allow your organization to be more agile and responsive to constantly changing business conditions and industry trends, optimizing productivity, and improving your bottom line.

 

  •  Inventory Management
  •  Accounting Automation
  •  Shipping Automation & Receiving
  •  Business Cycle Management

 Process & Project Management Document & Asset Management Production & Manufacturing Quality Assurance Sales & Marketing / CRM Customer Support HR / Team Management Hiring, Recruiting & Training

 

Inventory Management

Inventory Management systems allow you to keep track of all items in your stock by conducting automatic inventory counts and guaranteeing real-time and accurate product availability on your website.  These solution support Lot based inventory management, warehousing, shelving locations, barcode scanning, transactions history, quality assurance, cross-checks, manifests and much more.