eCommerce Development

From Cart to Conversion

Whether your company is launching its first website or already has an established online presence, the goals are the same: meet customer needs and grow the business. Success in a competitive environment requires a customized approach that leverages the latest technology to efficiently convert casual browsers into loyal customers. From the spanning architecture to functional navigation, DotcomWeavers digs deep to enhance every touch point, develop your connection with customers and realize your business potential.


We’ll create a custom online catalog to feature your products in an efficient and appealing layout. Our flexible approach can accommodate everything from multilevel product categories to tier-based pricing.


Using various third party applications to compute shipping rates and sales tax, we can speed your customers through checkout, while e-mail will link them to abandoned carts and recover lost sales.

Improved Business Management

By integrating the leading ERP systems – MAS 200, Microsoft Nav, StoneEdge, QuickBooks, Oracle and SAP – we will improve your financial management process and automate how you fulfill orders for customers.


Boost customer confidence with secure payment gateways such as Paypal, Google Wallet,, First Data, BrainTree and Stripe. In addition to handling PCI compliance and hosting, we also encrypt credit card and order data to ensure customer safety.

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More Questions about eCommerce

While it is unlikely to get everything that you want right out of the box, our broad service offerings can definitely help you cap costs, especially when starting an online store. We partner with leading open-source companies and offer many third-party extensions to enhance user experience on your site. By integrating the best enterprise platforms available, we can also meet the specific needs of your growing business.
Absolutely! We use 100%–scalable architecture and a fully automated content management system (CMS) that integrated into the structure of your website. Users with site administrator privileges can quickly and easily update content and images. Our CMS also makes it easy to create new pages, delete obsolete information and add or remove items from your product catalog.
We integrate robust enterprise platform systems with your website to ensure the security of credit card and order data. In many cases, a 256-bit SSL certificate protects credit card transactions, which is the same level of security used by banks. In addition to accommodating PCI certification, our platforms also accept a variety of credit cards and payment gateways to ensure convenient and secure online business transactions for consumers and merchants.
In addition to allowing customers to process multiple orders with just one click, every website we build includes standard checkout best practices that ensure information accuracy. Automated processes calculate taxes and integrate shipping with major carriers across states and countries. By integrating warehousing, inventory management and order management systems into the site we can help minimize out-of-stock mistakes and eliminate costly errors in product fulfillment. Simply by working with us you are streamlining and protecting your checkout process!
By setting up search filters, we can create customer groups and capture information in order to target repeat or volume customers with special offers, discounts, and tiered pricing options.
Website pricing is typically contingent upon the amount of design and development required to fulfill your project goals. Since goals and budgets vary by project, DotcomWeavers does not offer a standardized pricing model. However, rest assured that we give thoughtful consideration to your needs and budget. Also, once your website goes live, we provide comprehensive support that includes fixing system "bugs" and minor graphical modifications.
Yes! With the rapid growth of mobile Web sales and Google’s new mobile requirements, savvy online retailers must provide an optimal customer experience across multiple platforms. Using our versatile site architectures and expertise in responsive design, we can adapt images on your main site for viewing in mobile environments without compromising the user experience.
Absolutely not! While high conversion rates can turn more browsers into buyers, there’s a lot more to the story. DotcomWeavers can provide analytics to determine which aspects of your website are user friendly and which need better solutions. Part of what makes us unique is the way we view our clients as partners. Most remain engaged with us long after their sites go live because we keep them abreast of changing technology and marketing trends and update their websites to keep pace with business growth.
Magento is an eCommerce platform built on open source technology. It provides online merchants with a flexible shopping cart system, as well as complete control over the look, content and backend functionality of their online store. Choosing the right eCommerce platform is a critical decision that can influence the success or failure of your business. At the core of the issue are two key considerations. First is the need to deliver an efficient and high-quality user experience that converts casual shoppers into loyal customers. Second is the need for a robust CMS that can support all of your business operations. For some retailers, Magento’s rich features and broad support community are an ideal solution. For smaller businesses, Magento’s features may be too complex and expensive for their needs.
“Magento isn’t for everyone,” says Amit Bhaiya, CEO of DotcomWeavers, “but when it is the right solution, its broad array of features can be game-changing.”

6 Standout Magento Features

  1. Catalog Management: Magento allows for batch uploads of diverse product content in a single import. This can save a lot of time for businesses with hundreds or thousands of products. Dynamic management features also support multiple product categories, comparisons, wish lists, search results, related products and much more.
  2. Flexible Pricing Options: You can hide or easily adjust prices based on business needs. Changes to an item’s base price will not automatically affect fixed tier prices, and the cart can accommodate various pricing paradigms at the same time. It also allows special customer group pricing for VIPs, wholesalers, employees and other groups.
  3. Product Alerts: Magento can send alerts to customers to share new sales or notify them when products are back in stock. This is a simple and powerful way to automate part of your marketing plan.
  4. Multi-store Enabled: eCommerce stores have worldwide reach, so they need to meet the needs of diverse audiences. Magento allows you to create multi-language websites that automatically load unique store views. You can even create separate stores for different industries or product lines.
  5. Custom User Interface: You can alter designs and modify themes based on product categories, which allows for multiple ‘storefronts’ based on a single backend system. This is powerful because it allows for a more relevant and personal user experience, which can increase conversions.
  6. Order Processing Integration: Magento has extensive integration partnerships that provide a host of order fulfillment options. These connect directly to your Magento system and communicate instantly with the partner to update order status, shipping method and tracking info.

Why Magento is not always the right choice

  1. Resource Intensive: Magento is robust and scalable, but this also makes it bulky and resource-hungry. It has heavy server usage needs, higher-than-average operational costs, intensive data input for optimal performance and requires a significant time investment. For a small store, these considerations may be too much to be economical.
  2. Requires Specific Development Skills: Magento’s power means it is a more complex platform than many others. Not all developers or in-house IT will know how to manage it. It is based on Zend Framework, which means you’ll need to find a development company that knows the system. Fortunately, the Magento community is large, so finding a developer is relatively easy. However, the costs associated with such a specific skill set can be a little higher than you bargained for.
To summarize, Magento offers unparalleled flexibility and power for a truly customized eCommerce experience. While this power may be unnecessary or overwhelming for some retailers, for others, it is the perfect solution. For a more in-depth analysis of the points we made above, or to get started on your next web development project, please contact us today.
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