Open Technology

Open Source Technology is complete freedom of high quality web solution . it's a liberty to select from a verity of enterprise class technologies to prepare your website and achive desired goals, the liberty to enhance and protect your business avoiding any excessive technology licencing fees, and complete indepedence to change the direction of your IT Strategy whenever desired.

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Website Design Phase

In this phase, the focus is on designing a Website to represent your products or services. The site also promotes your company and makes you visible to customers who normally would not visit your store. Once the site is up and running, you will need a Webmaster to keep the site up to date and to keep the hardware and software running.

The Web Store front. The intention of a Web storefront is to make sales. The Website should load quickly and be simple to navigate. It should provide lots of information about your business. It should include your physical address, phone and fax numbers and be registered with VeriSign's Secure Site program or InterNIC — both nonprofit privacy organizations. In addition to registering the site with numerous search engines (Yahoo, Excite, etc.), a storefront should have four attributes:

1. Customers should be able to find the product quickly. There is an 8-second guideline: Customers who cannot find what they are looking for during that time will click out of the site and go to alternative sites.

2. The site should have mechanisms to process the order and send it to the fulfillment centre for quick and secure packing and shipping.

3. The site should have mechanisms to generate a summary of the order and produce a printable receipt.

4. The site should have mechanisms to send a confirmation e-mail to customers.

Behind every Website is a cluster of programs stored on the server to present your application to site visitors and the hardware that will host your server and application. Included in the program cluster are the following:

•       The database server provides secure access to shared data for client applications.

•       The catalogue builder presents the product information the customer must see.

•       The shopping cart. Similar to a physical shopping cart, this allows a customer to gather items he or she is buying and hold them until the actual purchase function is executed. A customer can add or remove items at will as he or she browses through a product catalogue or database.


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