AWS can assist you in selling products and services from your website with full shopping cart functionality.
Atomic Web Strategy can build your online store and take care of the payment gateway implementation. Our eCommerce websites are designed to maximise sales and encourage customers to return. With responsive designs and great search engine optimisation our online stores give you the best chance of success in the eCommerce world.
AWS specialises in both WordPress WooCommerce and Magento implementations. Both WordPress WooCommerce and Magento are the most popular eCommerce platforms in the market today. There is a comprehensive range of extensions and plugins available for both, allowing for customisation to your exact requirements.
Both Magento and WooCommerce are great platforms, however they have their differences and hence there are advantages and disadvantages to each. Basically WooCommerce caters for small and medium businesses whereas Magento is more suited to larger businesses. That’s not to say a small/medium business shouldn’t use Magento, but they may find it’s overkill for their requirements. Magento has a few more features in terms of product attribute configuration, search filters and cross-selling/ up-selling. It’s also very scalable. However with this increase in power comes a steeper learning curve, more complexity and more demand on your web server. Hence Magento can end up a more expensive solution. WooCommerce is much simpler to learn, especially if you are an existing WordPress user. It also has some great features such as best selling products and products on sale. Both eCommerce platforms are self hosted giving you full control over your site, they both allow for unlimited products and have a large choice of templates/themes.
- Product flexibility.
- Seamless integration with WordPress.
- Easy for new comers to use.
- Plugins to extend functionality.
- Familiar CMS to WordPress users.
- Secure code.
- Integrates with WordPress content.
- Tax handling.
- Analytics and Reporting.
- Shipping calculations.
- Content Management System (CMS).
- User roles and permissions.
- Multiple payment options.
- Shipping management.
- Search engine friendly.
- Analytics integration.
- Stock reports.
- Promotions and coupons.
- Order management
- Customer reporting.
- Inventory management.