Ecommerce Websites and Apps
In our region in the UK, Freetimers creates and manages more ecommerce sites than any of our competitors. This is because we're particularly good at it, and we've helped develop many into sector leading positions. We've been developing ecommerce websites since 1998. Whether you're a B2B or B2C business, and even if you do both, we can help you set up a fine ecommerce website and management system that will do your brand proud, increase your sales, and streamline your operations.
We can develop inexpensive entry-level ecommerce sites using standard packages such as Shopify or Woo Commerce (WordPress), we can produce mid-level ecommerce using standard shops such as PrestaShop or X Cart, or we can produce top level ecommerce websites using Magento or our own very successful Entegra system. Our Entegra system deals with complex products, multi-channel selling, multi-business and multi-website ecommerce administration better than any other system we know of. Entegra is also architected to facilitate customisation and bespoke development to our client's requirements. Otherwise to find out more about the standard shop and cms systems we can support, click here.
Basic Ecommerce Websites
For very basic ecommerce there are a range of options available to you, and we can help you decide which option may be most appropriate for you. All systems have their pros and cons, and for the most basic, there are almost always significant limitations which may mean they may not be a long term solution but could be an inexpensive and fast way to get started. Options include setting up a site for you using an online provider such as Shopify, Squarespace or Wix, or establishing your own website using an inexpensive or free software package such as Woo Commerce for WordPress. To find out more click on the link to Basic Ecommerce Websites.
Not all ecommerce is about selling simple discreet items like t-shirts or CDs. We have clients where the products are sold in large numbers of variations where different variations have different sets of contingent options and where the options have contingent options, and so on. Others can only be sold using bespoke complex dynamic specifiers or where different elements of a product use complex prices matrices in combination with other complexities, such as logistics or customer-specific timing preferences. The art is in producing ecommerce that can successfully utilise these, giving a much greater choice for the customers, whilst at the same time delivering everything to the screen in a timely and user-friendly way. If you have complex products but your existing ecommerce doesn't facilitate it but limits severely what you can do, this is most likely because either the software or the developers can't handle it, or both. Complexity can also be involved in how the management system facilitates ongoing administration. Many systems are not good at this, but it is one of our forte's. Click here to find out more how we deal with and support complex ecommerce requirements.