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Purchasing product(s) should be a natural part of visiting a Web site. The ability to conduct secure transactions across the Internet provides your business with instant access to a worldwide market of buyers for your products and services. By leveraging the power of the Internet, your company can expand its market share by serving geographic and demographic market segments you’ve never been able to target or reach before.
Based on Microsoft SQL and Internet Information Server (IIS), our implementation of a store front is far more secure and scalable than our competition. In addition to front-end functionality, our team of professionals provides our clients with extensive experience in implementing strong security controls for their e-commerce solutions. Our SiteManagerSM make ‘back-end’ management of the site easy and put control in the hands of our clients. Costly and time-consuming updates as product lines expand or change are eliminated.
Building Stronger Ties with Better Solutions
Our e-commerce strategy is a multi prong approach. Retail selling of goods is just one of them. To conform to today’s e-business model, you will have to do more:
Direct Marketing, Selling, and Service.
This includes brand development, direct selling, and customer service for business-to-business as well as business-to-consumer relationships. Creating site visibility, targeting offers at interested consumers, generating sales leads through a rich shopping experience, and providing responsive customer service and support are critical to online direct marketing, selling, and service.
A strong Back Office.
Every successful Internet retailer needs a strong and integrated Back Office application to keep up and increase it’s retail operation. This solutions may include integration of your inventory and accounting system in a way, so your employees are not spending their time re-doing a process.
This encompasses establishing direct links with trading partners either “upstream” to suppliers or “downstream” to distributors and resellers. The Internet virtually eliminates the need for and the cost of private networks, thus opening up business-to-business communications and e-commerce to companies of almost any size. Internet trading tightens relationships between businesses to create a more dynamic value chain that reduces inventory requirements, shortens billing cycles, and makes businesses more responsive to their customers.