The best place to clear any queries and concerns you may have about our eCommerce development approach.
1) What kind of development approach do you follow?
We use an adaptive, flexible, predictable, and practical development approach to eCommerce. This ensures that we are able to keep the risk of scope, time, and cost to a minimum. Furthermore, the expertise gained from years of experience working with almost every industry taught us how to turn the astronomical industry eCommerce project failure rates of 97% on its head. We offer two different types of development approaches: Agile and Hybrid.
Adaptive Agile Build: As the name suggests, our adaptive agile build is quick and efficient. It is designed to work in such a way as to give you the best possible results within a marginally shorter time gap. We maintain the same quality of work regardless of how quick the process is and follow the same basic steps involved in eCommerce development. The stages of the adaptive agile method include discovery, planning, design, build, and delivery. The agile approach accounts for most of the advanced and holistic strategies employed by Virtina, including the client interview and surveys for understanding the business better, a digital roadmap that explains the future plan for your business, compatibility check, and a 5-day development where our experts work day in and day out to boost the process which ultimately saves you a lot of time. The final stage, which is delivery, often includes strategies such as eCommerce SEO, inbound marketing suite setup, and much more.
Adaptive Hybrid Build: The adaptive hybrid built by Virtina is one of the best eCommerce development disciplines in the world that makes use of a fully holistic approach. Similar to the agile process, this also comes with discovery, planning, design, build, and delivery phase. But unlike the agile process, nothing is time-bound or rushed, and we believe that the truly successful projects in the long are the ones that take their sweet time and are built to meet all the needs of every human interacting with the eCommerce store. The adaptive hybrid build has many things in common with the agile process like the client interview and digital roadmap but with repetitive iterations for better results. Furthermore, it also comes with prototyping to provide you with a more comprehensive idea of your eCommerce store's look and feel. The development and QA process is also much more advanced as it includes optional load testing and eCommerce migration. The final stage, which is delivery, often includes processes such as eCommerce SEO, inbound marketing suite setup with the provision to add packages on demand that results in a truly optimized result for you.
2) Do you extend your services to agencies and SaaS providers?
Yes, we do. Virtina's clientele includes everyone from Direct Clients to Agencies and SaaS providers. We serve all possible verticals, including B2B, B2C, SMBs, Marketplace, Startups, and even enterprises. We serve both digital and print digital agencies and extend our services to SaaS providers like ERP, CRM, Gateways, and more.
3) Can you formulate an eCommerce strategy for my business?
Yes, the experts at Virtina can effortlessly formulate a comprehensive and unique strategy for your business. Furthermore, we can even develop a 3-year roadmap for your business. Virtina's eCommerce roadmap is a 3-year strategic guideline that outlines where your company is headed and the steps you need to take to get there.
4) Can you provide assistance to select the best platform for my business?
Virtina can help you determine the best eCommerce platform for your business based on its requirements and market demand. We can also integrate the latest and most advanced features into your store, develop a store from the ground up, and we can even SEO optimize your store according to your demand.
5) How do I know which is the best eCommerce platform for my business?
The key to choosing the ideal eCommerce platform for your business is to examine your business and its requirements objectively. Once you have figured out all the functionalities and capabilities that need to be implemented on your website the experts can help you narrow in on the best eCommerce platforms for your business.