Online shopping is an ever-growing industry. With the expected spend of over R53bn in South Africa, the time is now to build a secure, easy to manage and user-friendly ecommerce website. Conversion on ecommerce websites is influenced by various different factors, among these factors is site performance and usability. If your website has been badly coded or it is not easy to use, this could mean the loss of a sale. Don’t let bad coding practices affect your bottom line, call our professional ecommerce development company today.
Starting an online shop can be a daunting task, that’s where our team of developers come in. We will guide you on the best solutions within your budget. Step one in the process is to understand your product and target audience, by completing this step, we are able to recommend the most suitable technology. If you have a specific framework you would prefer we use, such as Magento or Woocommerce, we are more than happy to work within these requirements.
Once the technology has been chosen for your ecommerce website, we will put together a full functionality scoping document. This document will detail all the features of your new online shop. Once you are happy with all the features and quotation, we recommend confirming with your suppliers about product lead times, delivery logistics and choice of payment methods you would like implemented. From here it is smooth sailing, our team will complete the development whilst keeping updated at all phases of development. For any further information, give us a call or request a free quotation.
Our work speaks for itself. Our projects have resulted in happy clients, high conversion rates and easy to manage websites. We pride ourselves on the code we produce, our team completes rigorous compliance testing and security on all ecommerce websites we build and produce a report for all our clients to establish a good working relationship. Codepilot is about accountability at every level. We do not retrofit existing templates to force a solution as this tends to end in disaster. When it comes to development, the saying “If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.” rings very true.