There’s a worldwide trend by retailers big and small to open up their own online shops. It’s driven by consumer demand as well as the need to extend territory and lower costs. But setting up an online shop is still a real financial challenge for smaller retailers.
The $15,000-$25,000 price tag plus big monthly support costs is just over the top. Unless weekly sales exceed $3,000 per week, it’s not wise or justifiable. There are cheaper systems, but they lack features, adequate security and most importantly, don’t rank high in Google, meaning little traffic or sales.
But what if the establishment costs for a true high-end eCommerce system were under a quarter of this, with fully managed options and available as an easy monthly subscription or contracted service? Everything changes…
Big Commerce is such a solution. The fastest-growing, professional-grade shopping system in the US, in now in New Zealand.