A online eCommerce is the pillar of businesses willing to sell online. Building an eCommerce that drives traffic, integrates with other platform is the key to success.

Why you need an Ecommerce?

  • Start Selling Online
  • Marketing Automation
  • Reduce Low End Operation
  • Avail Remote Employee Flexibility

What is E-Commerce?

A website is the first asset in other words the first virtual office your customer visits to know more about your businesses. An informative and well-optimized website converts visitors does the job to make a great first impression. A well defined and designed always fulfills the need of visitors and encourages to take action.


  • Audience: Audience/Users of the website should be the primary focus while designing the website, not just the industry standards. When ignored, the website results in a high bounce rate and low engagement among users. We at stablx, believe in this thesis and implement it on the very initial stage of the development action plan.
  • Design: Design Implementation of the website should be done considering the audience, language, location, and experience to achieve the result.
  • Context: Context is important and one should never ignore the powers. In terms of business, content on the website define if the consumers visiting the website should take action or visit an alternate.
  • Accessibility: The architecture of the website should be easy to navigate not just for the users for also for search engines.

Get a website that suits or business and delivers the performance to host millions. We design responsive experience websites, search engine optimized, and ready for marketing on the delivery.

Must Have eCommerce features

  • Cart, Abandoned Cart Recovery
  • Analytics, Heatmap Integration
  • RBAC (Role Based Access Control)
  • Address Verification
  • Reporting
  • Warehouse Option (If Required)
  • Marketing Platform Integration
  • Responsive Website (Mobile-Friendly)
  • Feedback and Return 
  • Wish Lists
  • Cross Selling & Related Items
  • Social Proof
  • Advanced Payment Options
  • Detailed Shipping Information
  • Multi-Touchpoint Contact Page
  • Find-in-Store (If required)

Best eCommerce Platforms

  • WooCommerce
  • Shopify 
  • Wix
  • Squarespace
  • BigCommerce
  • ecWid
  • Adobe Commerce
  • Magento
  • PrestaShop
  • Magento

eCommerce Facts and Stats

  • Over 90% of internet users in the United States have made at least one online purchase
  • 69% percent of eCommerce traffic comes from Google
  • In 2018, the world’s population spent 18 billion hours on mobile shopping apps
  • 70% of visits to eCommerce sites are made on mobile devices
  • The average conversion rate for eCommerce websites is 2.86%
  • 64% of shoppers in China prefer to use mobile payments over other payment options
  • 70% of mobile searches lead to the shopper making a decision within an hour
  • 70% of mobile searches lead to the shopper making a decision within an hour
  • Bounce rate probability increases by 32% if a mobile site page load time increases from 1 second to 3 seconds
  • 61% of mobile shoppers are more likely to buy from websites that are able to customize location and search preferences
  • Global eCommerce sales are expected to grow to $6.54 trillion by 2022
  • The fastest growing retail eCommerce markets within the next two years are expected to be India and Indonesia
  • Plus, 68% of eCommerce sites don’t allow users to edit their details at the order review stage
  • Globally, 53% of online shoppers prefer to pay with their credit cards
  • 73% of eCommerce sites don’t mark which fields are optional or required on forms
  • 68% of users will stop shopping online with a brand if they feel that the company doesn’t care about them
  • Personalization is key: 44% of people become repeat customers after having a tailored shopping experience online

How STABLX help businesses develop an Awesome Sales Focused eCommerce?

Requirement analysis is a proces of understanding the whole in, out and processing of the system and the interface. The process includes understanding the end user experience business want to deliver, backend users who will be managing the website and understanding the processing which happens inside the system.

Architecture developement is a process of creating an engineered skeleton of a future system. It defines how different parts of the website will be arranged and organised and developeed to achieve the output.

Development is the process where a design & architecture is converted into code to build the actual website. The process involves convesion of pseudo code into programming language to buld the backend and frontend of the website.

Client meetings and feature approval is part of the development and the team collaboratively puts effort to make it happen. 

Testing is done to find any possible bugs in the frontend, backend or integration. The testing is done based on resources allocated by the dedicated team.

Deployment is the process of putting the software product on cloud and making it available to the end users. It is done by placing the code on the server. After the code is deployed, the server runs 24X7 to avail the service to the end user.

Once the application is deployed, it should be maintained with various packages and framework changes in the future. Security updates are important and software should be packed with the changes. New features should be planned and executed in agile cycle. 


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