Adrelm provides e-commerce website development services that are familiar with the latest in e-commerce best practices and can produce a site that will delight your customers and boost your conversion rate.

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An E-Commerce site for an online store needs to show your available products and give customers a way to buy them. If you can’t fulfill all orders online, you can at least have part of your inventory available for online shopping. You can also let people reserve items online.

Key features of an e-commerce website:

• Product listings with item variations (e.g., size or color)

• Inventory management

• Online payment processors

• Tax and shipping calculators

• Drop shipping integrations

• Discounts, coupon codes, and gift cards

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Online stores are best for clothing stores and a variety of other online stores. However, since many in-person retail stores are closing down, being able to sell online is crucial. Customers also like to shop globally and find interesting pieces from around the world.

E-commerce is also great for crafters and artisans who have specialized products. Selling special items such as collectibles is also very appealing to consumers with special interests.

Adrelm is known for bringing a brand to life through a beautifully designed front end and at the same time excelling in backend customization and technical implementation. We use the following elements to cater to your need:

  • PCI compliance and web security


  • Multiple payment options and gateways


  • Mobile-responsiveness
  • SEO (search engine optimization)


  • CMS (content management system) integration


  • Mobile-responsiveness.

Steps that we follow in the process of developing an E-commerce Website:

Nature of Business

Whatever remains the business goal, an e-commerce project needs to be guided by both product research and research about the people we hope to sell them to. This can make the difference between success and ending up with a stack of merchandise that you can’t get rid of.

Determine the e-commerce Business Model

Several types of e-commerce business models exist, but the 2 main categories are business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C). Knowing the difference and knowing where your e-commerce business falls is important. The bulk of online shops we interact with are business-to-consumer (B2C). Items or services on a B2C website are sold straight from businesses to the general public, without any third parties getting involved. Business-to-business (or B2B) are, as the name suggests, businesses that sell to other businesses.

Know the Audience

Understanding the potential customers touches every part of the e-commerce development process. Everything must be tailored to the potential customers: the user experience and user interface, visuals of the web design, the content, and more. We should know the details about who our potential customers are. What’s their background? What’s their income range? How old are they? And what competitors’ websites are they likely to purchase from?

Deciding the Right e-commerce platform

Key features that should be a part of the e-commerce platform on which we base the website are:

• Responsive design: Whether it’s being viewed on a desktop, mobile app, or other mobile devices, the e-commerce platform should offer a consistent experience.

• Product management: Every part of the workflow of adding, editing, and keeping track of inventory should be simple to accomplish. We should also be able to offer multiple versions of a product, as well as promotional or sale pricing when needed.

• Content management system (CMS): A CMS is needed for updating and editing dynamic content like blogs and news, as well as other reappearing blocks of content in a design. Having a CMS can go far in keeping the website updated with new content supporting the products to be sold.

• Shopping cart: Be able to customize and style a shopping cart so that it fits seamlessly into the shopping experience.

• Checkout page: Just like the shopping cart, we shouldn’t be stuck with a checkout page that we can’t modify or customize.

• Payment processing: Have the functionality to accept payments from credit cards as well as from electronic payments like Apple Pay, PayPal, Stripe, Google Pay, and other common payment gateways.

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An eCommerce website is an online platform that enables businesses to sell products or services over the Internet, allowing customers to browse, select, and purchase items online.

The development timeline for an eCommerce website depends on factors like complexity, customization, and collaboration, but it generally takes several weeks to a few months to complete the development process.

Creating an e-commerce site is important for business owners as it expands their reach to a global customer base, allows for 24/7 online sales, and increases revenue potential. It also provides convenience to customers, establishes credibility, and enables efficient management of products, inventory, and orders.

Yes, it is crucial for an eCommerce website to be mobile-friendly to provide a seamless and optimized browsing experience for users accessing it from mobile devices. Most modern website development practices prioritize responsive design to ensure mobile-friendliness.

To ensure the security of an e-commerce website, business owners should prioritize confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Implementing encryption methods for data transactions and developing a robust security strategy is crucial in preventing unauthorized access and protecting sensitive information from hackers.