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Ecommerce website development is growing in demand with every passing day. Its cost depends on a variety of factors – from website design to advanced features. If you want to know the exact price, you need to be very specific and break down your website components in chronological order, business goals,s and the need to build an ecommerce website; you can estimate its accurate cost. The ecommerce development cost usually ranges from $5,000 and $200,000 and even more sometimes.
How Can AT&T Software Help You to Build Your eCommerce Website?
The ecommerce business is all about buying and selling products online. You will see online stores selling one or all kinds of products. The goals of e-stores differ from one another and, thus, their websites development strategies.
Know where you stand in the eCommerce arena and then estimate the website development cost. Do you have limited capital or want to take your business online? When you have finance, you get an idea of the website development level you can carry out.
Website development technique is also a determinant for cost. You can choose from the development options – Custom, SaaS, and Open-source that have their positive and negative points.
Ecommerce Website Development Cost Breakdown
The ecommerce website development cost varies from one business to another. The functionality section cuts a high percentage of development cost if you go with SaaS ecommerce platforms like Spotify. These platforms save a lot of time and money.
When it comes to custom ecommerce development, you have no restrictions regarding time, cost, and features. Though you can customize different elements of your SaaS store, customer development is a more flexible option.
Here are the different aspects of an ecommerce website and how they’ve affected the overall development cost:
Due to the availability of numerous options, people have very brief attention spans. To make maximum target customers interested in your online stores and buy p, your website should look impressive. Your website should stand out to drive sales.
When you use WooCommerce and Shopify, you do not need to spend anything on the website design as you can use the free themes offered by these platforms. If you don’t like the free themes, you can go for the paid themes. You need to pay $140 to $180 for a Shopify theme.
To give a professional and unique look to your website, use a Shopify theme. Customize the themes to enhance their looks. If you want minor changes and theme branding, you need to pay approximately $1,000. To do various changes, you need to pay around $5,000.
There is no cost limitation on customer ecommerce website development. The cost depends on the UX engagement level. To build an online brick-and-mortar store, focus on brand perception.
Custom ecommerce website designing starts from $10,000 and increases up to thousands of dollars. The website designing cost varies with features. To design your ecommerce website exceptionally, your cost may range from $30,000 and $75,000.
Ecommerce website development cost varies with basic and advanced features. Design is not everything! You need to get to the core. Your ecommerce website needs to have specific basic features regardless of the complications of your online stores. You need a shopping cart, product management, payment module, and other essential features for smooth functionality.
When building a standard ecommerce website, you see that it already contains many features. No matter the ecommerce platform you want to build, you get many functional gaps. To fill them, use add-one and plugins. You can find both free and premium add-ons to boost the functionality of your website. Unfortunately, free add-ons and plugins are not that good. As third parties usually build the paid ones, they don’t always work well with your website. In such a situation, the best solution is customization.
Like themes, you can hire developers to customize add-ons for your ecommerce website. They can build an add-on for you from scratch. Decide at first your precise online store requirements. Customization for primary eCommerce features on platforms such as WooCommerce and Shopify varies between $5,000 and $15,000.
Many eCommerce website owners don’t want only basic features. No one likes to visit an online store without a wishlist or who does not offer discounts. To customize advanced features, you need to have a higher budget. With an optimum functional ecommerce website, you can easily attract customers. You would need to pay an additional $5,000 to $12,000.
When you upgrade from your ecommerce platform to a customized website, you don’t need to make many changes. The significance of basic and advanced features is almost similar.
The cost of primary-eCommerce features for custom development ranges between $20,000 and $30,000. Customization includes features such as payment portals, product management, and product categorization.
If you want to enhance your website with advanced features, it upgrades your cost by approximately $10,000 to $16,000. Some of the advanced features are discount management, wishlist management, multiple languages and personalized suggestions, wishlist management, and multiple languages.
If you want customization, AT&T Software is there to fully customize your ecommerce website and that too at an affordable price. With years of experience in custom development, we can guide you thoroughly throughout the process.
Choose AT&T Software to Build a Custom Ecommerce Website
Ecommerce website development in a short timeframe can be pretty challenging. To get your work done perfectly, you need skilled, dedicated, and proficient developers. AT&T Software has got the best web development team who can meet your demand.
Our expertise lies in custom website development, SaaS platforms like Shopify, Magento store development, and relevant things. We follow an agile approach to give you results on time. During the stages of ecommerce development, we give you frequent updates regarding how everything is going on design and development.