We can proficiently develop the following types of eCommerce solutions:
■ Multichannel/Omnichannel Marketplaces
■ B2B and B2C eCommerce solutions
■ Multi Store websites
■ Headless eCommerce solutions
■ Mobile Commerce applications
The breadth and duration of our eCommerce projects have allowed us to gain hands-on experience in developing an extensive range of eCommerce functions:
■ Core eCommerce functionality
■ Sign up / Sign in functionality
■ Advanced search
■ Ordering flow-related functionality (including Shopping Cart and Order Preview)
■ Order management and Cancellation
■ Account Management
■ Feedback functionality (reviews and comments)
■ Delivery Tracking
■ Other eCommerce functionality
■ Social media integration
■ Promotional functionality
■ Referral functionality
■ Targeted Mailing
■ Loyalty bonuses
■ Sales partner functionality
■ Complex-hierarchy administration functionality
■ A Silicon Valley startup that has become the world’s largest promotional e-commerce platform over the past 9 years.
■ The company was acquired by the global Leader of commerce solutions Blackhawk Network, a $4B company.
■ The company’s clients include more than 3000 media companies, including Disney, Staples, iTunes, BestBuy, Target, and eBay.
■ We have scaled up the client’s development resources successfully from the first employee to a team of 120+ experts.
■ All the technical leads at SPD have been working with NimbleCommerce for over 9 years.
■ A post-acquisition partnership: the development of Unification and Consolidation solutions and their support.
About the Project: A revolutionary Open Commerce Platform empowering merchants with software and services to transform their business. Recently was acquired by GoDaddy (NYSE: GDDY), a $14B company.
Industry: FinTech [POS Payment Solutions, Smart Terminals]
Geography: Palo Alto, California, United States
Services provided: Dedicated Development Team, Architecture Design, FinTech Solutions Development, Post-release Maintenance and Support
Microsoft Computer Vision API
Google Cloud API
Our company has hundreds of software developers and other experts engaged in implementing eCommerce development projects that have been ongoing for years. This has made it relatively easy for us to maintain and cultivate eCommerce expertise in-house and put together industry-savvy eCommerce dedicated development teams. We can provide this expertise on different levels (delivery managers, project managers, software architects, business analysts, and software engineers).
Almost all our software engineers hold a BA or MA degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, System Analysis, or some other relevant field. They have a working grasp of English and experience interacting with foreign clients.
Well, we have dealt with various target audiences and product ranges, as our B2B eCommerce clients’ multi-tenant solutions provide eCommerce business presences for business customers from an extensive range of industries.
We may be familiar with the nuances of the different industries to a varying extent, but this doesn’t ever pose a problem, more so because we have a strong Business Analysis practice.
This actually depends on the kind of support and maintenance you would prefer us to provide. We are prepared to support and maintain any of the eCommerce applications we deliver over the long haul.
In addition, we gladly expand these eCommerce applications and upgrade them if our client wants us to help them evolve their application over time. Furthermore, we favor long-term client relationships both in the eCommerce realm and in our other target industries, and do our best to encourage our clients to wish to create them with us.
Firstly, we can normally offer them a long-term, transparent, and easily manageable nearshore or offshore software outsourcing arrangement, whereby they will be able to benefit from reduced development costs, shorter recruitment cycles, more broad candidate selections, and favourable time zone differences.
Secondly, we may well be able to assist an eCommerce technology vendor expertise-wise in developing some of the functionality they have less experience with.