Thinking About Adding an Online Store to Your Business? Here’s How

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With the significant growth of online shopping in South Africa, many brick-and-mortar retail businesses will be looking to leap into the digital arena and build their own online store to supplement (or completely shift) their business model. But, what exactly is the best way to go about it?

Some businesses may already have their own websites, but lack any eCommerce functionality; and some businesses may not even have a website to begin with. Either way, utilising a platform like Digitise will help provide you with a quick and high-quality website, while giving you access to online store features from the get-go.

Using Digitise, South Africa’s very-own drag-and-drop web builder, CRM system, and marketing tool (which is delivered all in one package), you can create your own online store with ease.

Fleshed out with the ability to add tons of products, beautifully designed checkout processes, and full payment options, Digitise makes the daunting, complex, and often expensive task of setting up an online store an absolute breeze.

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HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The team behind Digitise is aware that start-ups need flexibility, so when it comes to costs, there are no contracts or long-term commitments; and there are flexible pricing packages so that you can find the best option for you and your business.

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The benefit of using the Digitise platform is that from the front-end of the webpage to the CRM and marketing tools in the background, your entire online toolbox is with the same provider, making the transition in the digital space a hassle-free one rather than a painstaking process of vendor selection and hunting down the right service providers.

Why not sign-up and get cracking on your business now? Check out Digitise here.

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