E-Commerce

E-Commerce is not a supplement – it's the main player

With more than 80% of Australians choosing to shop online, having an E-Commerce shop is essential for businesses

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Let's build an efficient E-Commerce strategy for your brand

Our process of creating E-Commerce strategies with a license to print money is thorough and backed by data. We focus on getting you the results you want. This is our 5-step process.

Why choose Odessi?

  • At Odessi Group, we build enterprise-grade E-Commerce websites that are easy to scale and sustain.

  • From inventory management and multiple payment methods to modern UI UX designs and content management, we are your ideal E-Commerce partner.
Why Choose Odessi

With an E-Commerce website, you get...

Brick-and-mortar shops will still have their place in the market, but E-Commerce is the future

Whether you want to start your online business from scratch or create another sales channel for your existing brand, you need expert E-Commerce website developers on your side.

Let’s chat about your E-Commerce store

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Frequently Asked Questions

Although each ecommerce website is unique to its brand, there are still some best-practice essential elements you will need. Our experts have identified the following:

  • Mobile Compatibility
  • Call-to-Actions (CTAs)
  • Optimised Checkout Processes
  • SEO-friendly Product/Service Descriptions

If you want to learn more about what features make ecommerce sites successful, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our ecommerce experts today.

With 19.6% in 2021 and an estimated 21% in 2022, ecommerce takes a huge piece of the pie in retail sales. Advancements in technology and the online world are so significant that ecommerce is projected to reach almost 25% of all retail sales in 2025.

The power of Ecommerce should not be taken lightly.

Wondering who are the biggest ecommerce spenders in the world? Well, coming in at $4,201 per capita, the United Kingdom is home to the highest spenders on Ecommerce. The UK is followed by the US with $3,428 per capita, and South Korea at $2,591 per capita spending on Ecommerce.

If you are thinking of launching an international Ecommerce store, keep these countries under your radar.

On a global scale, there are 4 major types of Ecommerce.

  • Business to Consumer (B2C)
  • Business to Business (B2B)
  • Consumer to Business (C2C)
  • Consumer to Consumer (C2C)

Although there are many other variations, such as Business to Government (B2G) or Human to Human (H2H), the 4 types of Ecommerce business models above are the most common.

There are dozens of platforms that make it easy for people to create their own Ecommerce stores. Such platforms include Shopify, WooCommerce, Wix, BigCommerce, Squarespace, and more.

Such platforms, however, still require expert knowledge to utilise. At Odessi Group, we work with most major Ecommerce platforms to provide you with the Ecommerce site you’ve always wanted. Get in touch today.

With all the advantages that you get with Ecommerce websites, there are still some minor disadvantages to consider. Although these drawbacks aren’t significant enough to stop you from launching your Ecommerce store, you should still keep them in mind.

  • Security. As with any online platform, security is a cause for concern. Since you will be dealing with transactions and financial exchanges, your website will need an SSL certificate, as well as PCI compliance.
  • Dealing with personal data. Privacy is a large issue, now more than ever. Since you will be in charge of a lot of personal data, you need to have systems in place to protect your users.

Other than that, Ecommerce sites will mainly help you overcome the disadvantages of brick-and-mortar stores.

If you want to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of Ecommerce, get in touch with Odessi Group’s Ecommerce team today.