At SITEchrome, we develop web/cloud ready applications which allow businesses to integrate online and remotely facilitate various processes more efficiently.

Ecommerce is one such arena, which use virtual interaction quite effectively. Its time tested and proven to give customers convenient and enjoiable shopping experience.
Ecommerce platforms can handle quite a number of customers simultaneously. Being almost an automated order processing system, mostly it works even more efficiently than a brick and mortar store.

Businesses irrespective of the size, should make it a point to also open up  via ecommerce, if not already doing so.
Ecommerce suits all, individuals selling just a single or a couple of products to multifaceted organizations that handle thousands of items with traffic to match.
We also produce general purpose websites with static or dynamic content.

Businesses that venture into online marketing must consider creating, adding interesting, readable content to their web sites. This helps to divert in natural organic traffic which usually converts better at the online store.
To facilitate this, we also deploy powerful content management systems [CMS] if any business so required.

Once business is set-up and running, it’s natural to seek avenues to convert more visitors into actual customers. Direct interaction is the answer for that.
Attaching a HelpDesk/LiveChat is a prudent decision to make in this line, thus facilitating better customer interaction.

Then, when the transactional volume target has reached, that’s an apt time to integrate components to further streamlne the utilization of business resources and its processes. Enterprise wide resource planning could help here. Making use of an ERP/SCMS could dramatically improve the bottom line.
Further, cloud/web based ERP/SCMS has the advantage of allowing remote access for on the road sales personnels, distributors or a supplier from an alternate location.

For many adaptive organizations, even branch offices run across the country virtually from net books, tabs and other mobile devices, that's huge cost saving on tangible infrastructure.
When possibilities to streamline or expand available at hand, should we be left behind?