Dotcomweavers takes Ace to Cyberspace
Part one of a two part story covering featured website AceToGo.com
Tom Maloney is the owner of Shinnecock Hardware located in Hampton Bays in New York. An intelligent businessman, Tom took his hardware business and his passion for technology finding that together he saw an opportunity for an online business in eCommerce. His search for the right web design & development company came to an end when coming across Dotcomweavers. He put his trust into our experience and talent, resulting in www.hardwaretogo.com.
In order to achieve Tom’s ecommerce vision, we focused on ensuring that his entire inventory synchronization became automated. We created a robust product database and then built the tool that synchronized the database at the same time automatically updating with the latest products. After conquering that challenge, integrating the ecommerce store with UPS Shipping API, Authorize.NET and Google Checkout for payment was no problem.
In a nutshell, the sophistication of www.hardwaretogo.com explains it self with a listing of 85,000+ SKUs available to buy online and a solid store management system allowing Acetogo to view and manage all orders. Ultimately, ecommerce is extending this hardware business outside of the Hamptons, now taking orders from customers as far as Colorado and Florida. Since the launch back in May of 2008, the site has seen monthly sales increases and growing customer base.
Tom has been a pleasure working with Dotcomweavers, and we continue working with him to ensure www.hardwaretogo.com is continually improving itself and Tom’s ecommerce business.
Hamptons.com features Shinnecock Hardware, Tom Malony and the Dotcomweavers in their “Business In The News” section.
Dotcomweavers is proud of its work on www.hardwaretogo.com for mainly these reasons.
Come back next week to see Tom Maloney and what he has to say about us.
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