Well, put simply, the numbers speak for themselves
WooCommerce powers about 2.3 million eCommerce stores around that world. That is equivalent to over 30% of all online stores. Built by more than 350 contributors from all corners of the globe, this extremely popular WordPress plugin with more than 4 million active installs and 64 million downloads is hands down the most popular eCommerce platform on the web.
reasons why we love WooCommerce
1. Amazing Flexibility
Thanks to WooCommerce, products can be categorized, given sale prices, independent attributes, and anything you can dream of. Additionally, WooCommerce stores can sell physical, virtual, downloadable and even affiliate/external products. Furthermore, our clients love the inbuilt coupons module which gives admins the opportunity to create different coupons with different rules and the social media integration is awesome.
2. Open API makes it a winner
It has an open API so it makes it also great to integrate with third-party solutions. As a result, we can also integrate with a number of local solutions. Whether it is Payment Gateways such as Apco, Endeavour, Transactium, Truevo, PayPal, Stripe and Global Payments or Stock Management Systems such as SIMS from Shireburn, Eyesel by ISL, Sage, Epicor and Vend.
3. The customization options are endless
Once a design has been established, you can then get to work on changing pre-set CSS styles and colour themes, tweaking the code and experimenting with the special features which each theme offers. Don’t fret, the NIU Design team will do all the heavy lifting.
4. Simple and professional
Tax settings, inventory management, shipping options, coupon codes and pretty much everything else you need for a professional eCommerce business setup, is part of WooCommerce. All right out of the box.
5. Analytics Made Easy woocommerce-website-business
Figures like total sales, sales by date, average order totals, individual customer statistics and much more are all presented via graphs. You don’t even have to leave the admin panel, it’s that simple.
6. Apps Galore
There are hundreds of WooCommerce Extensions available. There are endless options for accounting, payment gateways, marketing, reporting and more. Some of them are absolutely free!
7. It scales up
WooCommerce supports stores ranging from the smallest start-up to the biggest corporate enterprise. It can scale from a few products to many thousands. From a handful of shoppers a day to hundreds of shoppers per second.
A PROCESS BUILT ON PARTNERSHIP
Our design and engineering services are transparent, flexible and collaborative.
Choose from two models of cooperation to realize your vision on your own terms.
1. Let’s Talk Business First
Focusing on the business objectives rather than solely on technology is a major success factor. Our business analysts are at hand to help you formulate the scope of your project based on the business benefits you’re after, rather than the technical outcome.
We’ll probe your stakeholders with the right questions to elicit your requirements, and help you discover new opportunities to reduce costs, drive sales and improve your customer’s experience.
2. Plan Realistically
Our unique project scoping and planning methodology is based around risk-reduction and early business benefits. It’s built on top of decades of successful solutions delivery. Let our experts assist you with drafting the vision and the roadmap to your success.
We’ll also provide you with a fine-grain view of progress along the way with industry standard tools and analytics, giving you the peace of mind you’re after.
3. Get the Experts On-Board
Mature, multi-disciplinary, self-organising teams – that’s what it takes to roll out your complex, mission critical projects on time. We’ve assembled the right mix of product-owners, technical architects, award-winning UI & UX experts, devops, cloud experts, software engineers, and QA.
To put it simply, our teams can significantly fast-track your path to success while saving you time and money by avoiding rookie mistakes.
4. Deliver Incrementally
We know a ‘Big-Bang’ approach to a lengthy project is a recipe for failure. Aligning stakeholders requirements is difficult enough, let alone having to contend with changing requirements during long-haul projects.
The solution? Our delivery framework is based on incremental output, based on micro-goals tied to measurable value. This means you can involve your business users in short bursts and win their confidence early on.