eCommerce Websites

Unique shopping experiences

Online shopping made easy

High street stores invest heavily in presenting their products to customers in a desirable and shopper-friendly way. They use a host of strategies to get savvy shoppers to spend more – from where they locate products, to how they design and light their stores. Similar strategies apply when you’re building an eCommerce site. It needs to look great and deliver an amazing customer experience. We offer a complete eCommerce service for all types of products, businesses and budgets.

Our sites will bring more traffic to your business – and help you generate more sales once potential customers are through the digital door. There’s a solution for every budget. From simply adding your products to a wide range of superb templates and then customising them with your branding, to taking you on a full journey, where we build your store, conduct user testing and map out the entire experience to ensure you have an exceptional conversion rate where visitors can’t help but spend.

We can measure performance and help you scale up your site as you grow. We’ll help bring different customers to your door and create new sales channels for your products.

Online Shopping Services

Tailored Approach

TechVertu will allocate a specific designer to lead you through your eCommerce project. Before we do anything creative, we’ll work hard to understand your business, its culture and products. Once we’re fully on board, we’ll apply the latest design and development techniques and best practice to deliver an eCommerce store that’s tailored to you.

It goes without saying that we’ll also make it responsive, so shoppers searching on their mobiles will enjoy the experience as much as someone on their laptop or tablet. Outside of tailored solutions or integrating our services to your existing platform, we also offer Magento development. Speak to our team today to find out what’s the best option to suit the needs and budget of your online business.

Tailored Ecommerce Services