Let our web design team help you imagine new eBusiness capabilities and create an e-commerce solution for your
business that captivates the Internet shopper, significantly drives sales, compliments your retail stores, and
integrates seamlessly with your existing technology infrastructure.
There are many ways of labeling an Internet presence. We hear discussions on the news and view advertisements
in all areas of the media that throw terms around like electronic business solutions, websites, or e-commerce
interfaces. These terms are loaded with meaning for those who make a living on the Internet, but for the rest
of the world they can be extremely vague or even overwhelming.
But the reality is that the Internet boils down to five basic business activities - things that businesses do every day.
Five uses for the Internet:
To sell a product
The one that's getting the most press.
This often seems to be the most tangible use, because it is a direct way to generate revenue. This works best for the
company that has an easily distributed product that does not require a very involved sales process.
To act as a marketing tool
Typically online brochures and banner advertising.
The goal here is to bring the market to you. So if your existing marketing campaign is structured to create a relationship,
this one will probably work best for you.
To provide information
Newsletters, search engines, etc.
The Internet provides a cheap and easy way to circulate news to large numbers of people. If you have a group of clients or
employees that rely on regular and easily accessibly information, try this route.
To collect information
Registration forms and surveys.
Are you trying to find something out about the customer or the public? Perhaps you aren't really sure who your customers are.
This is an easy way to find out about them.
Interactive multimedia, etc.
This isn't just for hobby sites. Creating a fun and interactive site can assist many businesses in accomplishing their
Sites can possess a combination of these uses, but typically their focus is on one primary use. For example, a company might
decide that their goal is to sell or market a product over the Internet, but feel that by providing other useful information,
such as an industry newsletter, they can draw their customers into the site. Nevertheless, the primary aim is to sell the product.
By learning the specifics of your core business and evaluating your goals, Mindkeeper Solutions will help you determine how the
Internet can best work for your business.
Our Ecommerce solutions package include:
Track sales and fulfill orders within a central online area. Send confirmation e-mails and special instructions to your customers. Process online payments securely through various credit card processing vendors.* Set up tax and shipping tables to provide up-to-date information for orders. Comprehensive Product Catalog with full shopping cart functionality. Product search capabilities across all products in the Online Store. Customer feedback mechanism.
* Denotes additional fee may apply based on services.
Thanks for considering us for your total Internet Web Solutions!