The original purpose of e-commerce was to simplify the interaction between a vendor and customer and make it more efficient. This purpose hasn’t changed to this day. However, it’s impossible not to notice how much consumers’ requirements have changed.
Purchasing something online without leaving their homes is no longer enough for them. They find other factors no less important, such as ease of using a site, its design, page loading time, and so on. If there’s something they don’t like, they close the tab and switch over to a competitor’s site. This is why it’s important to entrust the development of your e-commerce product to genuine professionals who will not only deliver the best code but will also advise you on the best solutions for your business problems.
We’ve been working in the front-end and back-end development market for 15 years. All this time, we’ve been closely following the market trends and analyzing our clients’ requests, striving to make our processes as flexible and responsive as possible. We’re always ready to adapt to changes and face new challenges. This is the only way for us to guarantee our clients what they want us to do. And they want us to develop their products fast and ensure the highest quality. They also need transparent and unobtrusive communication and resources available 24/7 to take on tasks of any complexity.
The E-Commerce Cluster History
The process of providing e-commerce services was also formed based on the principles described above. As a result, it gave birth to an independent e-commerce cluster that represents a cross-functional team involved in the development of online stores with expertise in Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce, and BigCommerce.
There had been no cluster like this before. Originally, the company had a CMS team of 20 professionals that handled numerous varied tasks, including the building of online stores. Due to a large number of diverse assignments, clients with requests for e-commerce development sometimes had to wait for the implementation of their projects. The employees who wanted to expand their e-commerce expertise, in their turn, didn’t have enough time for that.
This brought about the idea to create a separate team engaged exclusively in the building of Internet stores. At first, it only specialized in Magento. As the number of projects grew, the team began expanding its expertise by taking on the building of Shopify, WooCommerce, and BigCommerce solutions. This allowed it not only to implement projects according to a client’s requirements but also to offer their own improved solutions.
The Flexibility of Processes and Ability to Adapt to Changes as Some of the Key E-Commerce Development Prerequisites
The e-commerce area is one of the most dynamic. First, technologies constantly evolve, imposing new requirements on developers. Second, clients keep coming with many custom requests. This is exactly what shaped the main cluster’s feature: the ability to adapt to new conditions and requirements fast. In essence, the developers adapt to every new project, virtually becoming a part of the client’s team. In this case, it’s important to be sensitive to the details of every project, implement new solutions, and avoid working by ready-made templates.
Owing to the specifics of the e-commerce field, the cluster was built around seasoned professionals who could make independent decisions throughout the development process and were well-versed in the staple Internet technologies. At present, more than half of the team members are full-stack pros. This enables the cluster to handle tasks with even complex customization requirements without delay.
The Best Solutions to Problems of Any Complexity
The e-commerce cluster can offer you a solution that will meet all your requirements and address all your tasks. The guys constantly adopt new practices and expand their expertise. For example, recently our company became a Certified BigCommerce Partner. This happened thanks to the e-commerce cluster’s efforts since it had done a lot of work so that P2H could receive this recognition.
Over the past few years, the guys have implemented 176 Shopify, 249 Magento, 394 WooCommerce, and 16 BigCommerce projects, and they’re not going to lose steam. Their experience and skills enable them to handle all kinds of orders, starting from small sites and ending with large enterprise projects.
This means that you can contact us for a project of any complexity and get back the best solution within an optimal time frame. Furthermore, you won’t have to worry about quality control, communication with the team, or technical details. This has already been executed in the form of clear algorithms and well-adjusted processes within the cluster. So you can always enjoy smooth and trouble-free communication with the team.
Get in touch with us and we’ll help you turn your ideas into a full-fledged e-commerce product.