7 December 2015
There is no other platform on the market that will offer you the same diversity, available features and powerful inbuilt functionality than Magento does. It’s why at Absolute we use the platform for clients big and small.
Magento is a powerful open source platform and has a large community following, allowing Magento developers to fix bugs and write patches whenever necessary. The large community also means that new features are readily available, allowing for cost-effective websites.
Due to Magento's successful rise in popularity and large following, there are an infinite number of modules available, which can be used to customise websites.
If your store needs a blog adding to the website, Magento allows for easy CMS customisation. It also allows for convenient free shipping and discount code modules.
The platform also has the capacity to hold thousands of products on one store. Better still, a company can run multiple sites with just one backend system, which is perfect for businesses which operate in various countries and currencies all over the world.
Magento is packed with useful features necessary to create a dynamic website, such as email lists, product comparisons, upsells and cross-sells. Also, Magento supports mass data import and data integration for a number of systems, including Sage 1000, iSeries and Microsoft Nav Dynamics, as well as leading payment services like PayPal, Worldpay and SagePay. This seamless integration of data places Magento ahead of the competition.
Magento is used by some of the most prominent online retailers in the world, including retail giants Harvey Nichols, Paul Smith and Kurt Geiger.
Magento is perfect for any size of business, and at Absolute we create sites ranging from £5000 to £100,000. Thats the beauty of Magento. It allows for the ability to build bespoke websites on a cost-effective platform, creating client-customised stores.
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