A fully custom designed Shopify site will help you stand out from being just another template, giving you a standout ecommerce experience.
Shopify is a fully hosted solution, so you’ll never have to worry about servers again. No middle of the night calls that your site is down, worrying about the security of your server, or any of the other headaches that come with open source solutions.
In addition to providing a slick online store, Shopify also integrates with a number of other channels allowing you to sell on Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Instagram, and Google Shopping with ease.
Shopify’s wide range of features support most everything you’ll need, both now and in the future. And if it’s not already built in, check their app store and there’s probably an app for it. You can also custom build an app, so that you’ll never be stuck, now or in the future.
Shopify is an all-in-one platform that allows you to stay connected to your clients, and your business. We build your online store in Shopify so that you have one place to do your sales, marketing, accounting, shipping, logistics, and everything in between. With powerful integrations to all major sales channels like Amazon, eBay or Facebook, you are in control of every step of the process no matter where you sell your products.
Having a custom designed store built by our Shopify web developers gives you the advantage you need to get ahead of the competition. We fully customize your entire Shopify store so that it integrates with the 3rd party apps you want to use (Mailchimp, Salesforce, Quickbooks), and looks and functions exactly how you need it to.
At Nerder, all of our Shopify pages are built to be highly responsive, looking fantastic and fully operational whether your clients are shopping from their desktop, mobile, or tablet. Our QA process runs all of our Shopify store builds through rigorous testing on all screen sizes, and also in all browser platforms too. No matter how your clients are visiting your Shopify store, they will always be welcomed to an incredible customer experience.
Shopify is certainly a leading ecommerce platform and is suitable for businesses of all sizes, while also catering to a wide range of industries. However, it really depends on your needs and your budget. Shopify does have a very wide feature set, but on the low end there are less expensive solutions and on the high end there are solutions with equal, but slightly different approaches to their platforms. If you’re unsure, get in touch and we can help you navigate this very important decision.
There are a number of ‘free’ open source ecommerce platforms available, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be cheaper in the long run. First of all, your site will need hosting, SSL certificate, payment gateway, and a number of other things in order to work properly – all of which have a cost. Open source systems also need regular security patches and upgrades, and your server will also, so there will be ongoing maintenance costs. These extras are all looked after by Shopify and included in their monthly cost, so the cost difference may be less than you think and sometimes the ‘free’ solution can actually cost more. In addition, most times having predictable monthly costs is better than getting a surprise bill for a security patch that’s gone wrong or having your site brought down by hackers and needing to troubleshoot it in order to bring it back online.
Your site can be built out so that the customer-facing parts communicates in whatever language(s) you like. The admin part of the store is available in a wide range of languages as well, including English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Spanish, Swedish, Thai, and Turkish.
Your store can accept payments in just about any currency, as long as your payment gateway accepts it. You can also allow your clients to pay in their local currency of choice or provide them a number of options. Shopify can also support a wide range of crypto currencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.
Yes, Shopify can be setup to charge the correct amount of GST/VAT for your locations.
Yes, Shopify integrates seamlessly with Quickbooks, automatically importing sales, order details, and inventory into Quickbooks.
Yes, Shopify integrates seamlessly with Xero, automatically importing sales and order details into Xero.
Shopify supports over 100 different payment gateways including Stripe.
Shopify supports over 100 different payment gateways including PayPal.
Yes, Shopify offers Shopify Payments at competitive rates.
Yes, they take anywhere from 0.5% to 2.0%, depending upon the plan you’re on (you’ll pay less per transaction for the Advanced Shopify store). However, Shopify will waive this fee if you use their Shopify Payments gateway. As a result, over 85% of stores use Shopify payments when it’s available. However, it’s currently only available in select countries including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and Singapore.