eCommerce Websites

Sell your products online to anyone, anytime, anywhere

eCommerce Design & Development Services in New Zealand

Sell direct to your customer. New Zealand online retail sales is estimated to be $4 billion (excl gst) and is growing all the time, as reported by the Bank of New Zealand. The report also states that online growth was much stronger than that for local bricks-and-mortar stores.

In 2016, over 2 million New Zealand consumers shopped online.

Sell Anything Anywhere

Once you have a powerful eCommerce platform, your customers can find out more information about your business, browse your catalogue of products, make enquiries, and buy products directly from your website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week because your eCommerce store-front never closes. They can purchase your products using any smartphone, tablet, laptop, PC or other device, allowing them to do business with you wherever they are.

Physical or Digital products

If you have either physical or digital products you want to sell from an online store, I can set you up. There are different approaches to selling online, depending on a number of factors such as the types of products, the number of products, selling price, physical size and many other criteria.

WordPress and WooCommerce

More than just a shopping cart, a Woo Commerce e-commerce website works tirelessly for you – tracking inventory, collecting orders, notifying customers and preparing items for shipping – all with the detailed reports to help you make informed decisions about the future of your business.

WordPress and WooCommerce are professional grade tools and an excellent solution for complex websites.



Shopify is easy to use, and is an option worth considering for people who want to manage their own online store. It’s a fast, reliable, elegant cloud-based eCommerce platform. If you just want to sell your products and make money as fast and easily as possible then Shopify could be the best solution for you.

If it appears that Shopify may well suit you, I’ll go over the pros and cons with you so that you can make the final decision about what system will be used to power and manage your store.