The Background

Services

UX - Ecommerce Web Design – Online Advertising

Industry

Health & Beauty

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Order and Save is an Australian owned online store that offers quality health and beauty products at everyday discounted prices to the online shopping community.

Order and Save envisioned to capitalise on the thriving online shopping marketplace with an appealing ecommerce website providing ‘e-shoppers’ a seamless shopping experience while transacting online. The team at WebAlive chose WebCommander to develop the desired ecommerce features and functionalities distinct of any other CMS available in the market.

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Our Approach

Our team researched the project comprehensively. We started with our proven development and ecommerce methodologies and well planned strategies. We adopted WebCommander CMS to ensure scalable and dynamic ecommerce features and top user comfort.

In the first phase, we created an organised home, category and product pages which were beautifully streamlined with colourful banner and images. Then we integrated advance search and navigation options, marketing and SEM capabilities and improved usability that would inspire the users to remain engaged and provide a seamless shopping experience to the online shoppers.

Key Features

  • Unlimited customer and catalogue management.
  • Managing & updating the design, layout of front-end.
  • Convenient order & analytics.
  • Manage payment and shipment.
  • Advance search & product review option.
  • Marketing, promotion, SEO and SEM.
  • Responsive design for front-end.

The Impact

“The challenge was having a back end in WebCommander that can cope with the excess stock inventory numbers – which it has thanks to the WebAlive team coming together and developing something for us, but more important was the syncing process of the WebCommander into our MYOB accounting package, they developed it so that we have a mirror of whatever’s in WebCommander appears in MYOB – flawless!”

Michael Condos, Order and Save

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