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e-Commerce Solutions

Why have an e-Commerce solution for your business?  The latest statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau conclude for 2010:

US Bureau of Statistics-eCommerce

The 2010 statistics show e-Commerce growing 13.6% from November 2009 to November 2010. This trend is obvious as the previous 4 quarters show  consistent growth.   Impressive, wouldn't every business like to see those kinds of growth numbers! 

Why is a quality e-Commerce website important to your business?

e-Commerce websites are no different than a brick-and-morter retail store...presentation is everything. Quality e-Commerce web designs look professional and perform flawlessly.  They should be well organized and easy to navigate providing users with a pleasing and simple buying experience.  Loyal customers are those who find your products easily and are able to purchase them without technical glitches.

Does your existing e-Commerce site need a makeover? We can build a custom e-Commerce web solution made exclusively for your business needs.

 

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    Microsoft will unify and streamline all its operating systems into one, and emphasize mobility and the cloud, CEO Satya Nadella told analysts in a call Tuesday after the company announced its earnings. In a nod to the growing bring-your-own-device trend, the company's devices and applications also will merge life and work. Microsoft will "consolidate overlapping efforts," Nadella said.
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