Ecommerce Web Development Services

Offer a digital experience to your customers and boost your sales and turnover with tailor-made Ecommerce Web Development Services.

Boost your sales on the internet!

WEBGIIG is a 360-development agency that designs relevant digital products to meet the needs of your users. In the wish to be an antithesis of traditional web agencies or ESN, we provide our customers with a result and long-term support! And among the essential needs of any business, improving and strengthening the customer relationship or seeking to reach a wider audience are good reasons to want to create a site on the net. That’s why we offer E-commerce development to help you gain visibility, interaction with your customers and therefore profitability!

Ecommerce Web Development Services

How to develop an e-commerce website?

Developing an e-commerce website will require:

  • Finding a host for your e-commerce site and a custom domain name.
  • Choosing an online store style and customizing its design.
  • Adding items to your store.
  • Configure deliveries.
  • Choosing a secure payment provider.
  • Publishing your online sales site!

However, once your e-shop launched, you’ll need to regularly maintain the site, handle the management of your stocks, deliveries, etc.


New markets, rewarded by the inventiveness of Internet connections, have generated powerful and highly efficient new online tools such as e-commerce! Now purchases can be made from anywhere by anyone and here’s how it works:

The potential customer goes to an e-commerce site usually through search engines, paid advertisements or referral traffic.

Web hosts and site builders such as Wix, Jimdo or Ionos can help you create your site.

The chosen e-shop connects to the site’s database where the categories, dimensions and weight of products, items and content, images, etc. are located.

The site then makes all the web pages requested by the buyer dynamic.

The latter navigates the e-shop, makes his choice or choices and he goes to the checkout.

The buyer completes his transaction by filling in his payment information which is then sent in encrypted way to a payment gateway (PayPal, for example).

The e-commerce site then provides an estimate of the shipping time, a unique transaction number, an invoice …

The e-shop manages the orders stored in its administration.

A team (internally or working for an external company) is responsible for the execution and sending of orders.

Most of these processes are automated and are part of the basic functionality of a good e-commerce site.


In 2022, e-commerce represented more than 2.15 billion buyers worldwide!

Companies offer a wide variety of products and some show originality, motivated by different types of targets. There are therefore a lot of opportunities to seize, if you intend to open your online store. 

There are four traditional types of ecommerce which are:

  • B2C (Business-to-Consumer) includes all marketing management oriented to the consumer since you resell merchandise to this group.
  • Business-to-business B2B: Here, you buy from a professional.
  • C2B (Consumer-to-Business), individuals set the price of their products or services and make it available to commercial buyers via tools or dedicated software
  • C2C (Consumer-to-Consumer), integrates with the management of products or services between the customers themselves.

Who are the players in E-commerce?

E-commerce players split in two major categories:

First, we have the pure players who are simply taking advantage of the Internet phenomenon. They do not manage any stock and operate on a just-in-time basis. They buy the products at the time of ordering. These are Amazon, Veepee, Zalando, Cdiscount, ManoMano, etc..

Lastly, we have traditional companies which have their central purchasing and distribution networks, this also concerns wholesalers and major brands (such as travel and other brands or department stores)

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