- Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Application Development Platforms
- Product Research & Development
- Retail Store Automation
The client aimed to create a multi-vendor eCommerce platform that would allow multiple vendors to sell a wide range of products, from electronic gadgets to beauty products, through a single storefront. The platform needed to provide personalized panels for each vendor, enabling them to post their products and maintain their records privately. The client also wanted to streamline the product management and listing process for vendors. Additionally, the platform was to offer features to assist buyers, such as the ability to compare products from different vendors and create a wish list. The client also wanted the platform to support the running of multiple advertisements through premium listing. The challenge was to convert these requirements into a fully-functional, technologically advanced multi-vendor eCommerce platform.
About The Customer
The client is an entrepreneur who recognized the growing demand for multi-vendor marketplaces. Seeing the significant revenue opportunities such platforms offer, the client decided to transition from running an online store to developing a multi-vendor marketplace. The client envisioned a platform that would support multiple vendors selling a wide variety of products through a single storefront. The client also wanted to provide features that would assist buyers in making their purchases, such as product comparison and wish list creation. The client also wanted the platform to support premium listing advertisements.
TechAvidus was chosen for the development of the multi-vendor eCommerce platform. The team leveraged the latest technology to create a scalable and accessible platform. The platform was designed to allow the client to have as many products and categories as desired. A multidisciplinary e-commerce product development team developed a store that could be fully controlled by a super admin, from managing vendors and orders to payouts and premium listings. The platform was designed to ensure that independent vendors could operate their store with ease. To cater to the needs of the buyers, the system was designed to allow product comparison to ensure the best price. Additionally, buyers could create a wish list and make purchases through online payment.
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