E-COMMERCE

bigdata

E-Commerce Solutions

AETPL ecommerce software contains hundreds of advanced ecommerce features. We also encourage you to ask us about any feature or enhancement that is not mentioned here but that you'd like to see in your ecommerce solution! AETPL is constantly improving and upgrading our software based on our clients' requests. It could be argued that e-commerce is any website that facilitates the direct purchase of an item. So for example if you had a 5 page website with paypal buttons on 2 of the pages for your company's various services, it could be argued that you have an e-commerce website, because visitors would be able to make an electronic purchase.Simply put e-commerce is any website that has shopping cart functionality. A shopping cart is something that allows website visitors to add multiple items to a shopping cart (or basket) before checking out. Just like you would do in a supermarket, except you would be online. .

Advantages of e-commerce:
  • Your business would have a store open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Each page on your web store, a sales person who doesn't need breaks or holidays!!
  • Very low running costs to keep your e-commerce store open for business comparatively to a bricks and mortar shop
  • Opportunity to reach new markets. How likely is it that a new customer is going to phone you from Germany and buy something you sell over the phone? Not likely at all. However, with a web store its entirely possible that that same person could find you online and order.
  • Limitless possibility for creation of new sales channels. Perhaps your products are handmade and of interest to Interior Designers. With e-commerce you could potentially approach Interior Designers all over the world more easily.
  • Sell a wider range of stock items.
  • Make more profit per item sold. The math is different, however your costs to sell each stock item goes down dramatically once your web store becomes established and you start to see decent traffic volumes. By consequence you should be able to make a higher margin, even with the slightly lower sale price you will almost certainly need to offer online.
  • Cross-sells. These are offers of other complimentary products at checkout. Think about when you are in the supermarket and you get to the till. There are always lots of products surrounding you on your wait to pay. Sweets and treats usually. Sometimes special offers. With e-commerce, this can also be the case. In fact you can be even more targeted! Take the last example of the lady buying coffee from you. At checkout you could present her with a French Press or a new Coffee Grinder that you have on special offer.
  • Much higher level of intelligence about your customers behaviour, likes, desires etc. With e-commerce you will have great data about your customers behaviour on your e-commerce store. This data will allow you to adapt your store over time to make it more effective.
  • E-mail Marketing. If configured correctly your e-commerce store should be collecting email addresses for you of potential customers in the future and also of existing customers. With email marketing (executed properly) you have an extremely low cost method of continually driving traffic back to your store with special offers, competitions etc.

WebDesigning

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

Learn More

Data Analysis

We are one of the leading software development companies with expertise in web design,Click for Details

Learn More

Postgresql

The PostgreSQL database is the most advanced open source database system available.Click for Details

Learn More

E-Commerce

AETPL ecommerce software contains hundreds of advanced ecommerce features.

Learn More

Meterological Solutions

Meteorological Solutions is an air quality and meteorological consulting company.

Learn More

Linux Based Clustering

Clusters are the predominant type of HPC hardware these days; a cluster is a set of MPPs.

Learn More

Archival & Retrival

Turn data into valuable knowledge that can improve product quality, make business processes more efficient, and drive decision making. * Efficient indexing, annotation and search methodologies help you mine your historical information quickly and effectively. * Long-term, redundant storage puts years of analyzed and raw data at your fingertips.

Learn More
 
 

Query

© Copyright
2015
www.aetpl.org