Magento Ecommerce

Magento Northern Ireland

Magento is a feature-rich ecommerce platform built on open-source technology that provides online merchants with unprecedented flexibility and control over the look, content and functionality of their ecommerce store. Magento Community Edition is the perfect solution if you’re a merchant that wants to explore the flexibility of the Magento eCommerce platform.

Magento is designed to be completely scalable and backed by a huge support network, Magento offers companies the ultimate ecommerce solution.

Magento Northern Ireland

Features

Magento’s easy-to-use catalogue management, promotional tools, analytics and reporting, catalogue browsing, SEO, checkout, delivery, payment and fulfilment.

Development

I can help you harness the outstanding functionality of Magento development and developing robust websites that deliver

Support

Ecommerce doesn’t stop so neither should your website. Keep your website fresh and up-to-date with regular updates and support.

Why Magento?

Intuitive administration interface features powerful marketing, search engine optimization and catalog-management tools to give complete control.


Magento developer

in Belfast, Northern Ireland

I’ve been developing Magento websites in Northern Ireland for over 7 years and am always looking for the next exciting ecommerce project. Why not get in touch to see if I can help you with yours.

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Ecommmerce

Ecommerce, consists of the buying or selling of products via electronic means such as the internet or other electronic services. This type of trade has been growing rapidly because of the expansion of the Internet. The need for electronic commerce emerged from the need to use computers more efficiently in banks and corporations. With the increasing competition there was a need amongst organizations to increase customer satisfaction and information exchange. Electronic commerce started with the introduction of electronic funds transfer (EFT) by banks. Over time many variants of EFTs within banks were introduced like debit cards, credit cards and direct deposits.