E-Commerce Solutions

Electronic commerce, commonly known as e-commerce, ecommerce, eCommerce or e-comm, refers to the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks.

Our product development and E-Commerce Solutions are customized to support any service or product that you may wish to sell. With implementation of a database ran application, not only will you be able to track your inventory, sales, product information, purchase history and order processing, but your customers will be able to access their information and solve customer service problems before they arise. With security measures in place for transaction and payments, your customers can rest assured that their personal information will be safe.

Pros & Cons of setting up an E-Commerce Business

  • Flexibility & Speed: One of the greatest advantages to starting an E-Commerce business is that it can be operated completely from home on any schedule. Further using the tools available by many online hosts and E-Commerce resources, setting up a store can be done quickly, sometimes within minutes depending on the type of store being opened.
  • Low Startup Costs: Before the Internet, starting a business was an expensive proposition. Now, E-Commerce business owners can buy a domain and obtain hosting for less than $100. With wholesaling and drop-shipping companies, access to a large inventory of products is also affordable.
  • 24/7 E-Commerce Operation: The Internet never sleeps, and therefor online stores area always open. As a result, an E-Commerce owner can be making sales and profits while he sleeps or is on vacation.
  • Fierce Competition: One of the biggest challenges to running an E-Commerce business is competing with the millions of other sites selling the same or similar items. As a new business, it can be difficult to gain a share of the market from existing businesses.
  • Longer Time to Estabilish Awareness & Trust: Consumers are wary of businesses they haven't done business with or haven't been referred to. They are more likely to stick with businesses they know, even if another business may provide better service or products. Many consumers will research or wait to see what others think about an E-Commerce site, before spending money.
  • Technical Issues: Although there are many tools and resources to build an E-Commerce site complete with shopping carts and payment processing, invariably something will go wrong. Websites can stop working for a variety of reasons and some are easier to fix than others. Until issues are fixed, the site is down or not working, which impacts sales.


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