e-Commerce SOLUTIONS




Implementing and maintaining an eCommerce solution

Here, the team would comprehend the customer's needs, create prototypes and, if necessary, assist the customer in evaluating alternative eCommerce items before configuring the selected product to satisfy the needs of the customer. Along with connection with payment gateways and payment service providers, typical solutions also incorporate integration with back-end systems (or the provision of feeds that the back-end system consumes).


System for managing orders

There is a need to provide an interaction between businesses' internal systems (usually ERP) and the eCommerce Service Provider because many companies, especially those in the retail sector, sell their products on eCommerce Service Platforms (like Amazon, Flipkart, and PayTM). For connecting the open-source ERPs it works with (Openbravo and ERPiot), as well as for other back-end systems and yet another eCommerce platform, Cafgia can offer both standard and customized services.


Mobile Business

Mobile commerce is becoming more and more popular, and many businesses use it as their main e-commerce platform. To enable eCommerce on mobile devices, Promantia may offer responsive and adaptive browser-based solutions as well as app-based solution


Ecommerce and ERP Integration

As a provider of ERP implementation services, Cafgia frequently creates "bridge" solutions to assist in integrating the opensource ERPs (Openbravo, ERPiot) with both generic and tailored eCommerce systems. This includes the ability to receive orders, quotes, and customer information from the eCommerce systems as well as push products, prices, and delivery status from ERP to the eCommerce systems.


The strategy is different depending on the sort of solution needed, the customer domain, and the consumer's prior experience with eCommerce. The strategy's essential components are

Based on your knowledge of the industry and how other clients in the same field have approached similar requirements, provide the client insight.

Build little, release frequently

Use client navigation records to improve usability and keep an eye on usability

During the initial implementation, incorporate SEO and data collection for analytics