MAGENTO DEVELOPMENT

Highly Scalable Magento is suitable for small e-commerce companies serving just one town or a state as well as MNCs. It grows with your business; regardless of the kind of e-commerce features or enhancements you need, Magento will never fail to surprise you (pleasantly, of course!). No wonder why so many Fortune 500 companies (most having very complex e-commerce operations) are using Magento.
High Performance When it comes to page load speed, query processing time and other such performance parameters, Magento emerges as a winner again.
Flexible Magento has open system architecture; a Magento specialist can therefore help create appealing and highly unique user experiences corresponding to different types of access devices.
Easy Integrations Integrating Magento with a multitude of third party services including payment gateways, database applications, shipping, shipment tracking etc. is quick and easy.
SEO Friendly Much like WordPress, Magento is a highly SEO-friendly content management system. It comes preloaded with various SEO features such as search engine friendly URLs, sitemaps, layered navigation, URL rewrites, meta tags, descriptions etc.

WHAT IS MAGENTO?

Magento is an ecommerce platform built on open source technology which provides online merchants with a flexible shopping cart system, as well as control over the look, content and functionality of their online store. Magento offers powerful marketing, search engine optimization, and catalog-management tools. We believe that Magento is one of the best ecommerce platforms available today, with editions ranging from community open source, to massive, large-scale enterprise SaaS based systems.

CommonPlaces uses the community-based Magento product for our ecommerce clients. Magento's ability to scale allows shops with only a few products and simple needs to easily expand to tens of thousands of products and complex custom behavior without changing platforms. It offers a variety of plug-ins and themes which can easily enhance a customer's experience. There are a lot of aspects to the online store which need to be configured, and how well that is accomplished is often dependent on business acumen. When it comes to custom functionality, however, that is where more complex programming is required.