Ecommerce

72% of consumers who plan to purchase gifts online during the 2015 holiday season say it is more convenient, compared to 60% for saving time, 56% for better deals, and 56% for more options. *source

What is Ecommerce?

At it's simplest ecommerce is about providing convenient, secure, and reliable retail solutions to shoppers worldwide. Ecommerce solutions draw on technologies such as mobile commerce, shipping, Internet marketing, online transaction, and processing and inventory management systems. 3twenty9 can integrate all these systems in one ecommerce platform for you so your business can deliver every order with a smile.

U.S. online retail spending via mobile devices will reach $11.7B for the holiday season 2015, up 47% year over year. *source

Cloud-Hosted Shopping Carts

Cloud-based platforms like Shopify, Squarespace, and Bigcommerce allow you to enter the market quickly and within budget. At 3twenty9, we focus on branding your store and taking advantage of all the customization features these platforms offer. The services do carry additional monthly costs and impose limits for some plans, and we help our clients review the terms and details of each service.

86% of U.S. luxury apparel brands use responsive design for their websites, up from 62% in 2014. *source

Dedicated Ecommerce Solutions

Would you like to avoid paying monthly fees and lower your transaction costs? In-house ecommerce environments require higher initial investment but carry their own advantages:

  • Your business is not limited by any terms or limits outside of those imposed by your hosting company.
  • 3twenty9 can develop custom modules, automated services and integrations with other services as your business grows.
  • Can be hosted in-house or in the cloud on a dedicated Linode VPS.
  • Choose the platform that fits your business best: Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce, Reaction Commerce, or a custom solution.
  • Own your data. All data is securely stored and backed up to servers only your business has legal access to.

33% of smartphone owners have browsed for products via their devices but have not made purchases because of security concerns. *source