Do you need to sell online? Do you need an eCommerce website?
C-Me Online specialise in eCommerce / Online Shop web development and design, for businesses of all sizes. Whether your product catalogue contains 5 items, or 500,000 items, we will develop your online shopping cart and eCommerce website, ensuring a significant growth in your sales.
Collectively, we have over 27 years of combined eCommerce development expertise and are committed to providing full support, maintenance and on going backup for all of our eCommerce clients. No project is too big or too small, and we guarantee extremely competitive rates for getting your new eCommerce website online.
For smaller businesses, or first time online retailers, we suggest you incorporate PayPal or Stripe as being your integrated eCommerce payment method - it is easy to set up, has zero set up costs, nor does it require monthly rental payments. For larger eCommerce projects, we recommend using an integrated payment services provider, such as Realex Payments or Sage Pay, as an example.
Obviously, there is no "one size fits all" with eCommerce, and we will assist you with your choice of eCommerce platform. We have many years experience in designing, developing and deploying eCommerce websites throughout Ireland using WooCommerce, OpenCart, J2Store, Shopify and VirtueMart (to name but a few!). We also can integrate a wide range of payment systems, including PayPal, Stripe, Realex and Sage Pay.
We provide video training tutorials to all of our eCommerce clients - this is a very useful resource and reference guide that shows you in a clear and concise manner, exactly how to manage your online shop. We have completed eCommerce projects for clients in Wicklow, Dublin, Laois, Wexford, Kildare, Offaly, Carlow, Kilkenny, Cork & Kerry. We also have international eCommerce clients in Germany, Gran Canaria, Sri Lanka and Mallorca.
If you are a distributor, agent or reseller for a large brand, we can provide customised development, allowing you to import an entire product catalogue from your supplier, and incorporate your own pricing structure accordingly.