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on 29th December 2015 / by Nisha.Oommen
Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of everyday life. The tremendous advancements in mobile technology are transforming lives, helping to create new businesses and changing the way we communicate, work, earn, and spend. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have taken advantage of the Internet, resulting in an enormous increase in sales and business activities. Today, sales made over the internet represent a massive proportion of overall commercial sales. The key to creating the best mobile commerce or m-commerce experience is to innovate and provide consistent, connected experiences over the smartphone that give customers sufficient information to make a purchase decision. The small and medium scale enterprises cover a broad spectrum of industry verticals. Indigenous cottage industries and small-scale industries such as export and tourism benefit from mobile e-commerce. The fast growth of mobile e- commerce stems from the cost advantage of mobile infrastructure over fixed-line installation. Even in rural areas dealing with problems with power outage, m-commerce has an upper hand. A mobile smartphone gives all the benefits of a PC minus the cost to connect to a multitude of networked resources. The key benefits of m-commerce are: Cost advantage from a consumer perspective as compared to price of laptops. Multi-utility functionality of smartphones like geolocation can be exploited to give a better consumer experience. Location independence and time independence (whether during working hours or different time zone) giving a 24/7 worldwide exposure to the organization. The only prerequisite for an e-commerce business is a well–designed website to reach customers, with the infrastructure expense eliminated to provide a higher profit margin. Another advantage provided by m-commerce is that it allows better and quicker customer service that can save both time and money. Adding other services such as tracking services adds to better levels of customer satisfaction with minimal effort. Company websites are constantly on the lookout for new tools to manage their content, as well as track and improve their consumers’ digital experiences. Building a Drupal-based website with a mobile-friendly approach would ensure a better customer experience. The core benefits of Drupal websites for SMEs are: Cottage and small scale industries can have international exposure with better pricing (without the middle man) and product availability to a wider circle. Secure websites that can be scaled as the organization grows. Language translation capabilities that will further widen the circle of coverage. Increased productivity and marketing using Google Analytics Search engine optimized websites The challenge will be to understand the business products, customer base, how the supply chain works and other related business issues. Having seen the huge impact m-commerce has on SME, Zyxware Technologies can help you have that distinct edge over competition with a Drupal-powered mobile friendly website. Zyxware technology has the experience of close to a decade working with different industry verticals. To know more about our Drupal development services, please get in touch with us . Source: References: Mobile commerce offers SMEs a wealth of untapped business opportunities http://www.mobilecommercepress.com/mcommerce-greatly-driven-small-medium-sized-businesses/8510547/ Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 23rd December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
If you are looking for a real personalized shopping experience where there are no sales persons to bother you and you have an unlimited range of products lined up before you, log on to the top shopping websites from your mobile phone and shop till you drop. A few years back this would have been unimaginable as shopping websites were few and could be accessed only from a PC or a laptop. Today, you can shop or simply browse through thousands of products while you are at the coffee shop, waiting for your bus or even while at office. Mobile-friendly online stores are ruling the airwaves and are here to stay. As a business, if you are looking to maximise sales and improve you customer base, make sure your website is optimized for mobile users so your customer can shop whenever he or she is in the mood. As a buyer, just one swipe at the mobile will take you across to the fashion trends of the world or help you zero-in on the latest gadgets in the market. If your business isn't mobile-ready yet, here are a few simple reasons to take the plunge today: A mobile-friendly store is the need of the hour today and not an option anymore and hence, the earlier you do it, the quicker you get across to potential customers. As a result, traffic to your mobile site and your website rankings increases due to Google’s mobile-focused approach. More visitors equals more sales, so do it today! A mobile-friendly store is a sure-shot way to enhance your business reach and scale up your revenue, as there are more options available to your potential customer to browse and shop. With the world gravitating towards mobile-only websites, it’s time to take the next step towards today’s technology and improve sales, reach and revenue. Once you have reached the decision to get mobile-ready, you need to have the best CMS to steer you through these choppy waters. Yes, power your website with Drupal 8 before you ring in the New Year. Why Drupal 8? Customers need quick-loading pages for a hassle-free shopping experience and Drupal 8 provides just that. Shoppers are happy with mobile sites that offer check-out that’s easy and simple and are more likely to return for more. Due to Drupal 8’s mobile responsive themes that allow quick customization, navigation and viewing on any mobile device is simple and stress-free.Your website is sure to get better rankings when you choose Drupal as your partner and give you more visitors and potential customers. We, at Zyxware, have created hassle-free experiences for our clients and if making a transition to a mobile-ready online store is on your mind, we can customize one just for you. Call us today to avail our Drupal development services for building your m-commerce site! References: How to make your site mobile ready #18 World's Most Valuable Brands Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 online shopping Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 22nd December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Australia, like the rest of the world, is poised to take the next step in ecommerce, especially when one considers the voluminous amount being spent online. A large majority of the Australian population is privileged to have access to high-speed Internet. Internet has become the most convenient way to receive information and news or go shopping, and Australian businesses are increasingly using it to engage its potential and existing customers. Be it buying electronic gadgets or planning the annual holidays, Australians have taken to ecommerce like a duck takes to water. Let us look at the trends that are set to rock the briskly growing ecommerce industry and are most likely to dominate its future in Australia: Personalized experiences and products: Every online business is keen to attract the attention of more and more potential clients and take the route of innovation and personalization to do it. This customization is the key to shaping the future of e-commerce in Australia. Since customer data is easily available, it is easier to understand the customer psyche and their buying patterns which in turn help to customize the content and communication being sent to the customer. The leading retailer of athletic footwear, apparels and accessories like Nike or Australian retailers like Shoes of Prey allow their customers to select the colour, size, heel, leather material or shape as per their choice and empower them to design them. Mobile ecommerce: The onslaught of mobile devices has created a significant impact on ecommerce. Mobile commerce or m-commerce is the new mantra of retail shopping and an average increase of 35% is expected every year. It is predicted that both, value and volume will grow, taking m-commerce sales to $721 billion and the number of users will increase to 450 million by the year 2017. Mobile purchases and payments have taken off in a big way and are expected to rule the roost in the years ahead. Increase in spending: The spending on online products by Aussies have increased by a fair percentage; the current spending being almost double the amount being spent two years ago. The Australian retail industry is expected to deliver 100% growth by doubling its sales by the beginning of the New Year. Such exciting numbers are highly promising for the Australian ecommerce industry and augur well for the customers and businesses too. Australia is proving to be an extremely mature ecommerce market and has great potential for online companies who are keen to announce their arrival in a big way. An online presence has become mandatory for every business and this is probably the best time to get on to this super fast highway of ecommerce. Australian business houses are sure to realise that the ecommerce industry is certainly in no mood to change to lower gears and will continue to ride at top speeds for a long time to come. We, at Zyxware, have caught on with these emergent trends of ecommerce quite early and have played influential roles in setting up the foundations of ecommerce business for our clients. Connect to our teamsto know more about our Drupal website development services and bring about amazing changes to your existing ecommerce set-up with a Drupal-powered online store. References: Amazon Reports on the Uptake of eCommerce in Australia Four trends shaping Australian ecommerce Ecommerce Drupal Development services online shopping mobile commerce Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 21st December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Ecommerce is evolving at lightning speed and so is the technology that backs it. Recent surveys have pointed out that the dependence on physical purchases for certain products and services will significantly reduce in the coming years, and by 2018, 50% of the world’s population would be part of the online shopping revolution that is sweeping across the globe. In the coming years, ecommerce businesses will have to work smarter to devise newer ways of gaining and retaining customers with better strategies and attractive offers. As 2015 comes to a close, let us look at the ecommerce trends that are expected to rock the New Year. Evolving Buying patterns and behaviour: ecommerce businesses will have to dig deep into their historical data and analyse their customer’s behavioural pattern with regard to: What drives their buying decisions? What do they search for? Why do customers search the way they do? Once this analysis is done, organizations will find it easier to hold the customer’s attention and drive them towards decision-making. This could also lead to a tremendous increase in sales. Mobile-way or no-way: As an organization, you might have already taken the step towards making your website mobile-friendly. If not, it isn’t too late to do so as your potential customer is already a mobile user, and it is the best way to reach and influence his buying pattern. As per the statistics, around 5 billion individuals around the globe own a smartphone and is gravitating towards m-commerce. By 2017, 50% of ecommerce revenue from the US is expected to come from mobile shopping. Hence, reaching out to your potential customer via his/her mobile is the way to future growth and not doing so will take away a large chunk of your business revenue away. Multi-channel Shopping: Surveys indicate that a consumer may not only browse or make purchases using a particular device but could use devices depending on his location. For example, a desktop may be a preferred device for an individual in office while the mobile may be favoured at homes or public places. In this scenario – that involves the use of a variety of channels by the customer in the shopping process - your organization would do well to device a multi-pronged strategy, thus ensuring that you do not miss out on any possible sales or engagement opportunity. The Social Media route: Mobile phones and other handheld devices have pushed the social media interaction to unimaginable levels, as social media users are not location-specific or time-specific. Social media marketing has made promotion of products and special deals as easy as making a phone call. Understand your social media options at hand and choose the best that works for your business. To understand and implement the latest ecommerce trends that will augment your business, join hands with Zyxware and explore the most viable options for your organization. We have fine-tuned IT solutions to near perfection and will be happy to partner with you in boosting your online business.To know more about our Drupal website development services, please get in touch with us. References: 7 ecommerce trends to watch out for in 2016 The 2015 Global Retail E-Commerce Index™ 5 Ecommerce Trends That Will Be Game Changers in 2016 Drupal Development services Ecommerce mobile commerce online shopping Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 18th December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
Businesses have been approaching their consumers with a new-found confidence ever since mobile commerce or m-commerce revolutionized the way business transactions are carried out. M-commerce is a relatively new concept and can be defined as “Business transactions that are made through or by using a mobile device." In fact, with the rapid surge in the use of mobile devices over the past few years, businesses have made mobile commerce a top priority. Here are some of the key benefits of m-commerce for small-scale and large-scale businesses: Reach out to more customers: Push notifications is the latest method to get in touch with a customer; potential or existing, by delivering notifications to the customer’s mobile. Most users enable the notifications so that they have access to the latest product updates from a particular brand, or business. Thus, businesses are now able to connect to customers in an instant without the restrictions of time and location. Quick Access: The modern customer is spoilt for choices when it comes to purchase or shopping, and hence it is important for businesses to offer the consumer a range of communication channels that minimizes response time and dispenses relevant information quickly. M-commerce has bridged this gap effectively and ensures that the consumer is engaged for a longer time, thus increasing the chances of making a purchase or a business transaction. 24 x 7 contact: M-commerce allows the customer to chat live with the customer service team, making him/her feel more empowered. Moreover, it gives a feeling of the seller’s physical presence which in turn helps to build trust in the customer. No more emails and no more waiting as most m-commerce apps have real-time assistance by way of toll-free numbers, one-click calls, and live chat options. The organization is thus assured of better customer interaction and this considerably reduces the chances of losing a customer due to delayed service or action. Build an m-commerce store with Drupal 8, improve reachability and increase sales! There are many organizations/websites that have decided to go the m-commerce way and hence their business websites are mobile-friendly and app based. Drupal is one of the world’s most popular CMS across the globe and is extremely useful for building a mobile-friendly store which puts your business on the path to maximizing sales. Drupal’s latest offering, Drupal 8, is completely mobile-focused and gives prominence to the 'Mobile-first' concept, making it the ideal CMS to help your business connect to the mobile customer. Day in, day out, the number of users who access websites through their mobile device is growing exponentially and the desktop or laptop user is taking a beating due to this. Till now, there are more than 400 websites that have used Drupal 8 to build mobile-friendly sites. Thus, focusing on this growing trend makes perfect business sense as it fosters the organization’s growth and maximizes sales. Zyxware has been at the forefront of Drupal development for a long time and perfectly understands your business needs to help you build a world-class mobile-friendly website and support you through this transition. The mobile-first approach is the need of the hour. So, Call us today to keep your appointment with the future and change the way your valuable customers perceive your organization. References: Benefits of Mobile Commerce 10 Benefits of Mobile Commerce Apps You Shouldn’t Miss Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 17th December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
A decade ago, it would have been really impossible to imagine that you could use your petite mobile phone to shop for products available in different parts of the world. With the advancement in technology, our shopping habits have changed significantly. Today, you can take your own time to browse products without bothering about the pesky salesperson, compare prices, and make a quick and sensible purchase with a single swipe or tap on our mobiles. As customers, we look for an effortless and personalized shopping experience, isn’t it? A mobile-friendly online store is what makes it possible. A mobile-optimized online retailer lets customers shop anywhere, at any time, thus maximizing sales and reachability. Is your e-commerce store mobile-friendly? If not, then here's what you need to do Talking about reachability, Google’s mobile-friendly ranking algorithm gives a greater boost to mobile-friendly pages in it's search results. This means online marketers can be assured that a mobile friendly e-store will get them more visitors and prospective customers. So, as you see, a mobile friendly e-store is not an option anymore; it has become a necessity for doing better business online. Improve reachability, increase sales, & maximize revenue with an online store powered by Drupal 8 Drupal, as an open-source CMS, provides numerous features and options for building a dynamic mobile-friendly online store. The latest version, Drupal 8, is even smarter and comes with more modules and tools for mobile web development. Today, some of the largest online stores running on Drupal include Royal mail, Eurocentres, BeExclusive and Zondervan. Why choose Drupal 8? Drupal 8’s mobile responsive themes are more adaptable and customizable, which simplifies the viewing and navigation of your online store on any mobile device. Drupal commerce has tools to make the checkout route quick and simple, which would be a delight for your shoppers. Drupal websites get better rankings and a mobile-optimized online shop built with Drupal will achieve better rankings on mobile search engine results. Drupal 8 delivers a mobile friendly e-store that has the optimum performance and is quick to load. Drupal’s theme key lets you design themes with the conditions that can be retained for the mobile screen. This tool allows you to get new designs with modifications as per your requirements in the mobile screen. At Zyxware, our Drupal developers can create mobile friendly online stores that will guarantee a hassle-free and efficient online shopping experience for your customers. If you want to know more about our Drupal development services or are looking for trusted Drupal specialists to build an m-commerce store, please get in touch with us. References: 5 advantages of mobile-optimized website 5 Benefits of a Mobile Website mobile commerce Drupal Development services Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 16th December 2015 / by Moses Raymond
With the convergence of online and offline shopping, mobile commerce is fast replacing desktop-based ecommerce; in fact it is quickly taking over a massive portion of traditional retail shopping. Mobile commerce has empowered customers to a greater extent while giving retailers the opportunity to connect to more potential clients. No wonder, Mobile commerce or m-commerce is truly the future of retail industry and is having a telling effect on the way it will operate during coming years. M-commerce: Revolutionizing the retail industry Client management: A mobile device allows people (read customers) to access the Internet and all modern communication channels. A retailer thus finds it easy to put across information related to his products or services to a potential customer or existing ones too. Building customer relationships has become easier and more effective with the advent of m-commerce. Personalization at its best: In the past few years, the retail industry has received a shot-in-its-arm with m-commerce coming to the forefront, and this is sure to notch up many more brownie points for the personalization it offers. Imagine getting a personal note from your favourite brand telling you about a new product or an oncoming sale or a new stock of your preferred product. A heightened customer experience is all that the retailer wants, and m-commerce has truly helped to address the related concerns to a great extent. Customer data analysis: With the mobile being the modern customer’s preferred source of information and transaction, the retail industry has access to numerous data points. The retailer is able to understand a customer’s recent purchase history, transactions etc. which allows for a deeper analysis of customer preference and behaviour. Set up a mobile-friendly online store using Drupal & reach out to more customers It has become imperative for the modern retailer to set up a mobile friendly website that will allow Browsing, Researching and Purchasing - the three major activities related to mobile shopping that a customer will indulge in. Since the mobile is an individual’s constant companion, one can get product information, prices, and choices at the click of a button, and acting on an impulse is now easier. It’s essential that the mobile-friendly website has the latest in technology and this where Drupal steps in. Drupal allows smartphone applications to be built in real quick time and has a truly simplified process mobile app kit that greatly assists this function. Drupal is the perfect partner when building an easy-to-use and completely upgradable mobile website that will support m-commerce applications to the fullest. A great responsive web design can offer a brilliant viewing experience for the customer. This coupled with some excellent navigational functions makes Drupal the perfect CMS to build a mobile-friendly website. A retail site needs graphics of the top order and there is no better option than Drupal to build its capability. Drupal has truly found a perfect partner at Zyxware, where technology and perfection meet to give the m-commerce business a winning edge. Get in touch with us to know more about our Drupal development services and ride the m-commerce wave that is sweeping across the globe! References: Mobile Commerce Revolution & the Future of Retail How mobile is transforming the retail industry in stores and online Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 15th December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
Smart phones are all over the place and shoppers are going mobile, and this is what keeps developers on their toes to constantly update m-commerce technology. Needless to say, online marketers are keeping their eyes open for the latest advancements in m-commerce. What the Numbers Say 2015 has seen a huge development in m-commerce, with more and more consumers preferring mobile phones for browsing, shopping, and cash transaction purposes. And why shouldn’t they? After all, mobile is convenient, safe and fast. Multi-billion dollar companies in the ecommerce space are going mobile-only since most of the customers are making purchases through mobile phones. As per the latest report by the investment bank, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., the global M-commerce sales is expected to touch an amazing $626 billion in 2018. India's ecommerce market is predicted to breach the $100-billion mark by FY20, bolstered by a tremendous rise in internet usage, discounting and huge investment by online retailers, says the report. With the massive growth in m-commerce across the globe, online retailers are more focused towards providing a convenient m-commerce experience for customers. Here are a few expected m-commerce trends for 2016: Greater mobile marketing budget: Isn’t that obvious? Every year, more and more people buy smart phones, and by 2016 mobile phones will gain greater access in even the remotest regions in the world. So, ultimately, mobile marketing will be grabbing the limelight among other marketing areas. When compared to the previous years, a good proportion of the marketing budget will focus on mobile marketing next year. Quicker mobile transactions to different hardware: We, as consumers, are very greedy! We want faster and quicker service and our loyalty immediately shifts towards the best service provider. 2016 will see some new efforts being made to ensure quicker transactions through mobile phones. New mobile payment methods – involving a synergy between hardware and software - have been developed to ensure seamless transactions in stores and online. From next year onwards, you might be able to make payments at petrol bunks and grocery stores through your mobile phones without having to wait in long queues! Omni-channeling: Omni-channeling is all about following customers through every channel. And there's no better way to ensure a purchase. Omni-channeling delivers a personalized experience for individual customers. In 2016, companies will be investing more time developing omni-channeling strategies for m-commerce. More purchase through mobile apps: Mobile apps, as you might know, use up less data and you can make purchases even more swiftly than through a mobile website. A good number of online retailers in India are yet to acknowledge and embrace apps. However, considering the greater functionality that they provide, we will see a significant increase in the number of online retailers using mobile apps next year. Build an online mobile-friendly store with Drupal 8 & maximize sales! Drupal has the necessary tools and modules to create a mobile-friendly website, thus offering your customers an awesome experience. The latest addition, Drupal 8, has a mobile-first design which includes more enriched and mobile-friendly themes and templates. And Drupal developers know that the greatest advantage of using Drupal is that it is very simple to develop mobile apps with Drupal. Look no further. Capitalize on the benefits of a mobile-friendly online store. At Zyxware, we help you establish a strong online presence by creating the best Drupal powered websites. To create a mobile ready ecommerce website or to know more about our Drupal website development services, please Contact us. References Expected M-Commerce Trends in 2016 India's ecommerce market to breach $100 billion mark by FY20: Goldman Sachs Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal Development Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 14th December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
The rapid growth of tech-savvy consumers has made omni-channeling an inevitable part of retail success. Omni-channel strategies allows brands to interact completely with a consumer through several channels, improving the customer experience and ultimately ensuring brand awareness and reinforcing customer loyalty. Omni-channel marketing: Giving your customers a brand new experience Though omni-channeling has numerous benefits many businesses are still not aware about this new digital marketing strategy. Let me explain the benefits of omni-channeling in simpler terms. Quite often, customers add products to their online shopping carts but do not complete the purchase. By employing omni-channeling strategies, you can remind the customer about the impending purchase the next time he/she gets on the Internet from any device. The reminders can be sent through social media such as Facebook, newsfeeds, or an e-mail. Sometimes, the tech-savvy consumers shuttle between multiple devices to make a single purchase. An Omni-channeling strategy will ensure that all your channels remain open for your customers to interact with your brand, whether through email, text messaging, social media etc. In short, Omni-channeling allows marketers to follow their customers and ensure a purchase. It creates a personalized buying experience for your customers and they have the freedom to navigate the whole buying process whereas you, as a seller, assists them in completing the purchase. Omni-channel opportunities in Drupal 8 Today, a large proportion of customers research products and make purchases through their mobile phones. So one could say that, today omni-channeling happens primarily through mobile phones. However, for mobile omni-channeling, you will need a powerful platform that can create a centralized system to control all your digital marketing channels. Drupal 8 is an unmatched platform that can help companies develop a smooth Omni-channel experience for online customers. It's mobile-first architecture and responsive web design tools will let your web page function smoothly on any smart device. Drupal 8 is the best platform that can scale and would easily house a company’s new objectives. Drupal 8 is an ideal system for building a service-oriented platform. The data from Drupal 8’s back-end can be transmitted to a front-end application, and this can be utilized to build mobile applications that meet the latest trends in mobile development. For example developers can build a native mobile app or POS in a store. We, at Zyxware, have been providing Drupal solutions to various enterprises for 9 long years. To know about the latest services and omni-channeling possibilities with Drupal 8, get in touch with us today. Give us a call to know about our Drupal development services and how Drupal helps you overcome the challenges in omni-channeling. References: Why Drupal 8? Omni-channel and your retail strategyHow Mobile Apps Are Driving Omni-Channel Retailing Drupal Development services mobile commerce Drupal 8 Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 10th December 2015 / by Bipasha Baijulal
The holiday season is getting closer and that is our excuse to go shopping or rather shop from the convenience of our home or office. The ease and efficiency of Smart phones are encouraging consumers to make use of mobile commerce services to pay their bills, make online purchases, book tickets and conduct banking transactions. Australia's m-Commerce market hits the fast track M-commerce is gaining popularity all over the world and is swiftly replacing other traditional modes. Australia, in particular, has seen a massive increase in the number of consumers opting for mobile commerce services. In fact, m-commerce is statistically said to be growing thrice the speed of the total online retail happening in Australia. According to the latest statistics, one in three Australian shoppers make online purchases with their smart phones. Among the total online marketers in Australia, 85% have a mobile friendly website, whereas 12% of them are yet to embrace a mobile responsive website designs. And a very small portion of 3% has mobile apps. As per Frost & Sullivan Australian Mobile Commerce Market 2014, Australia's mobile commerce market is expected to grow exponentially at a CAGR of 19%, increasing from $22 billion in 2014 to $54 billion in 2019. With more number of Australians preferring and supporting m-commerce, this is the right time for Australian online marketers to make their online stores mobile-friendly. This is the reason why you need to choose the most flexible and secure platform for building a mobile-friendly website. Go Drupal, Go mobile-friendly An open source CMS like Drupal can support and meet the requirements for a high-performing mobile website. Drupal is constantly updated with modules and features that allow online marketers to provide an unbeatable shopping experience for their customers. With Drupal you can design, make changes at any time and keep updating products and services without breaking a sweat. A sensible and functional mobile first design built with Drupal offers you a whole lot of advantages including: Optimum site performance Delivers information to any device, through any channel, at any time. Customers get information about products and services on the go. Content gets scaled to fit into any mobile device. Unmatched security for your consumers Protection of the details provided by customers Hassle-free payment modes Improved engagement with customers Greater conversions Increased revenue If you would like to make Christmas shopping a delight for your consumers, now is the right time to develop a mobile-friendly Drupal website. At Zyxware, we love designing and developing Drupal websites. Give us a call today to know more about our Drupal website development services and let us develop an outstanding mobile-friendly website for you. References M-Commerce Growth Triples Total Online Retail 3 Opportunities for Mobile Commerce in Australia Frost & Sullivan: Australia’s mobile commerce market hits $22 billion in 2014 Drupal Development services Drupal Development mobile commerce Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *