Wetherlys online has opened up their recently revamped website to all new eCommerce functionality. Yes, you can now buy from Wetherlys from their fully functioning online store. Just a few months ago Realmdigital partnered with Wetherlys to revamp their website, giving it a brand new look, feel, and tons of slick functionality. Since then they’ve been gearing towards making it fully eCommerce!
The team at Realmdigital has rebuilt the partner website of the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, giving it a strong visual appeal and handing the Foundation the means to take total control over its own content. Lavinia Crawford-Browne – long-time PA to the Archbishop Desmond Tutu and marketing-liaison officer for the Foundation – says its previous website (donated) was unsupported and difficult to use, giving the Foundation an unwelcoming, out-of-date public façade. “We had to have a new site. I came upon Realmdigital, which, to our minds, offered a highly compelling package that could help showcase the Foundation’s contribution to HIV research and community work, and the value of partnering with us.”
On the 9th of May, Paperight.com celebrated their first anniversary of going live! We congratulate them on their excellent progress and continuing success, both on their local and international acknowledgements, their story is truly inspiring and we are proud to have played a role in it.
E-commerce stores have changed the way we do shopping. Its convenient because you dont need to leave your chair, you can use your credit card or various other payment gateways to make payments, and your purchases are delivered to your doorstep. But what remains a large concern for customers and e-tailers is whether these payments are secure and safe; this can be the difference of whether a customer trusts the site enough to make a purchase or not.
Realmdigital recently launched a Mobile Application targeted at retailers. The growing demand of mobile technology and more specifically apps across all industries is highly visible. An industry not falling short of embracing mobile is the food industry. Restaurants, cafes and coffee shops all over the world are using Mobile Apps to leverage their products and services, engage with their customers and ultimately make more money.