eCommerce Development


eCommerce Web Development

Our e commerce genius can be claimed with a plethora of examples that we have set. We have established our name in our clientele for sharp eye on updates of e commerce solutions and need for a seller and buyer.

We aim at designing attractive storefronts, implementing management applications of these stores, deploying every feature required by clients like cart, catalogue management, coupons and a lot more. Some of the most amazing features of this service are:

  • Our e commerce solutions can work for N-tier of companies and any scale of the market and products.
  • Excellent user-interface for managing it in background with separate access rights to your managers.
  • Search Engine optimized websites with all the available features for front-end.
  • Shipping, returns, refunds and customer care features are very easy in handling and understanding.
  • Master account for you being the owner for managing all roles, products, catalogues and other intricacies.
  • Very cost effective and mass maintenance services for running it smooth while using it over time with no errors, gaps or downtime.

Agile Process


Agile Process is a very empowering framework that helps companies design and build the right product. It is the universal remedy for software development. Software applications developed through the Agile process have three times the success rate of the traditional Waterfall method and a much lower percentage of time & cost overruns.The process is very beneficial for software companies too because it helps them analyze and improve their product throughout its development. This enables companies to produce a highly valuable product so they stay competitive in the market.

Waterfall Model


Waterfall Model is a linear approach of project development in which the requirements are gathered at the beginning of the project. After that, a step-by-step plan is laid out to accommodate those requirements. It is one of the oldest and most traditional forms of software development, where the plan is usually divided between five to seven phases. A rule of waterfall approach is that after a phase in the development cycle is complete, the team will move onto the next phase. In no circumstances, the team will make changes in any of the previously completed phases.

RAD Model


RAD or Rapid Action Development Model is used to quickly develop and deliver working parts of a project thus enabling a fast feedback mechanism. This method is generally adopted when there is a requirement to deliver the project within a narrow timeline. Quick initial reviews, reduction in development time, and encouragement in customer feedback are the reasons for its popularity.