E-COMMERCE — SPREE
Development and Support
We have intimate knowledge and extensive experience in Ruby on Rails ecommerce development and support. End Point provides development and support for ecommerce solutions with product optioning, promotions, merchandising, marketing, search, usability, inventory management, fulfillment and more.
Extensibility and Customization
End Point has expertise extending existing Ruby on Rails ecommerce solutions. We apply our vast ecommerce knowledge to customize fulfillment, tax, or admin reporting tools. Read more about End Point’s Spree Extension Development.
You may have other systems running on Java or .NET, on a mainframe, or with data stored in an Oracle or SQL Server back-end. End Point’s developers have experience integrating them with your Ruby on Rails ecommerce platform of choice.
Professional Development Environment
End Point Corporation has adapted our development environment to Spree and Piggybak sites. Camps provide a complete infrastructure for professional work flow, including a modern version control system (usually Git), staging and production camps, all based on open source software. Camps make it much easier to work on multiple new features for your site in parallel. Each development instance has its own web server, database, and app server, and doesn’t require time-consuming local workstation setup. Let End Point Corporation handle all the fiddly details of hosting and development infrastructure for you, so you can concentrate on running your business.
Here’s one of our clients:E-COMMERCE Survival International
Survival International is a non-profit organization that supports tribal groups worldwide in education, advocacy, and campaigns. End Point developed Survival International’s Spree-based ecommerce site with custom theme integration and shopping cart customization including discounts, donations, and gift wrap options, described more in this blog post. Survival International contributed back to the Spree community with a product options extension derived from the work for Survival International.
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- Spree Performance Benchmarking
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