Ecommerce (electronic commerce) is a functionality that facilitates online purchase of goods or services on your website using credit/debit cards.
Our Ecommerce solutions will improve your Search Engine rankings, Conversions, Sales performance and Customer Satisfaction.
We use various latest technologies for build up any kind of ecommerce solution. We ensure that your online shop will be always live, secure, fast and efficient with the ability to:
- Provide 24x7 dedicated support
- Industry recognized standards with catalogue flexibility and intelligent management system
Our Formula For Ecommmerce Success
Content Management System (CMS)
A CMS helps you to manage easily future content updating to make a complete sense by providing better navigation, context, incoming and outgoing hyperlinks.
We have expertise in some of the popular Web frameworks such as Magento, Joomla, Drupal etc. Such a framework will make the task of site management, site maintenance and site update relatively easy and structured.
Each company requires more content, customization speed for customers and for more media. They need to control their enterprise content and determine how to deliver their web content for their customers. Since your content is ever changing, our CMS solution gives you enough flexibility not for just today's needs, but also tomorrow's.
Unique Product Description/Overview
We deliver search engine optimized unique content to improve your organic search ranking, increase conversion rates and sales.Advantages
- Unique product descriptions
- Sales Copywriting
- Search engine friendly
- Ready to upload in to you CMS
Creation of Product Catalog
The Product Catalog will be the key component of the E-Commerce Web site. It will contain a comprehensive listing of all the features of the products. Using our in house crawler (tool), we manage to collect product related information from manufacturer website such as:
- Product Image
- Product Specs
We create a list of related products in each product page, so that buyers can choose a different product allowing you to up sell and boost your profits while the buyers get more options. The accessories for the each product are also mapped for each product. Once all this is done we convert all this information into your CMS ready format for upload into the site.
Shopping Cart and Payment Gateway Integration
To enable electronic commerce on your Web site, the two critical components that need to be deployed on the site are the Payment Gateway and the Shopping Cart.
The Shopping Cart includes a database that stores information such as product details, customer data, order information, etc. It also has a storefront that displays information such as product details, search pages and checkout pages. There is an administration area that allows you, the store administrator, to manage your store. For example, this is where you add products, set up shipping and payment options, process orders, etc.
The Payment Gateway enables a buyer to make an electronic payment using a credit card in order to purchase the products loaded into their electronic shopping cart. The two main types of gateways are bank-provided and Pay Pal.
How Payment Gateway works
- The customer submits a credit card transaction to the Payment Gateway
- Payment gateway receives the secure transaction information and passes it via a secure connection to your Bank's Processor
- Your Bank's Processor submits the transaction to the Credit Card Interchange
- The Credit Card Interchange routes the transaction to the customer's Credit Card Issuer
- The Credit Card Issuer approves or declines the transaction based on the customer's available funds and passes the transaction results, back through the Credit Card Interchange
- The Credit Card Interchange relays the transaction results to your Bank's Processor
- Your Bank's Processor relays the transaction results to the Payment Gateway
- The Payment Gateway stores the transaction results and sends them to the customer and the merchant.
- The Credit Card Interchange passes the appropriate funds for the transaction to your Bank, which then deposits the funds into your bank account