Here we have answered many questions you may have about Shopify. If the answer isn’t here, then do contact us to discuss.
- E-Commerce businesses
- Food and Beverage
- Consumer Goods
- Apparel and Fashion
We have worked with many businesses operating in these industries, specifically; Food & Beverage, Apparel and Fashion, Consumer Goods and Manufacturing Shopify is a flexible solution, so if your industry is not listed don’t assume it wouldn’t be suitable. It can be tailored to meet he needs of many different businesses that are selling physical and digital products and services.
Yes, you can simply sign up for a trial on the Shopify website.
The trial is available for a limited period of time which will give you time to review the solution and potentially start to set up your shop. Please note that once the trial has completed you will need to start a subscription.
If you do require a longer trial, then contact us as we can provide a development store option.
The plans each share some of the same features, however key differences on the plans relate to the number of accounts and locations.
Additionally, card processing fees vary between plans with the best rates reserved for higher plans.
View our pricing table for information on the key features per plan.
Here are Tecvia we have adopted a simplified approach using a four-step approach.
Analyse – we work with you to understand your requirements in full and document the proposed solution including any developments and integrations required.
Build – we start to build the solution based on the agreed plan including the design of your store.
Test – following the build we’ll provide training to ensure your team fully understand the solution, during the process we will carrying out a period of testing to iron out any issues.
Deploy – Prior to the live date, we will implement the final stages so you can start selling your products and services using Spotify.
There is an inbuilt app within Spotify that can make the data transfer easy and quick in the majority of cases. Occasionally for more complex sdatasets it might be necessary to import using CSV files. This can be discussed, reviewed and a plan decided in the analyse stage of the project.