Magento Websites

Domani Digital has been building e-commerce websites for over 15 years. For most of this time we had used our own proprietary CMS that allowed us the flexibility and efficiency to create sites without compromise.

With the maturity and advancement of open source software and the communities that have been built around them much of the advantages of a proprietary system have been eroded. In fact customers now know to avoid these types of systems as they lock you in to a supplier.

After researching hundreds of CMS systems, Domani Digital have chosen Magento for most of our e-commerce sites.

Magento is the world’s leading open source e-commerce package with the greatest market share of online stores. As such the community of Magento developers and users is huge throughout the world. In 2011 Magento was acquired by ebay – who also own PayPal. As such the PayPal integration within Magento is well supported. Ebay has invested a great deal of money into Magento to update the code and provide additional support.

Magento comes in two versions. The Community version is free and designed for start-up e-commerce players and tech savvy users. It is still full-featured but you do require the support of an experience development company. Magento Enterprise is designed for the larger e-commerce players. Costs start at around $15,000 per annum. The Enterprise version adds some functionality to the Community version and well as a Service Level Agreement for support. We believe once a company has many thousands of products and/or well over $1-2m in annual sales then the benefits of the Enterprise version would justify the additional cost.

Contact us today for an assessment of your e-commerce requirements so that we can design the most appropriate solution for your business.

Magento Websites

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Domani Digital, and our previous company Relate Systems, have been building websites for over 15 years and software solutions for over 20 years. We are one of Australia’s most experienced and successful web and online software development firms. The quiet achievers.

Our experience in online technologies and strategy is unsurpassed. Our methodologies have been proven time and again. We understand our clients’ objectives and deliver accordingly. We have built successful online projects for businesses of all sizes up to and including large corporates and government and representing virtually every industry sector including retail, finance, education and health.


Some of the clients we have had the pleasure of working with include:

  • Foxtel
  • SOL Republic
  • Harman Kardon
  • POCO
  • Vittoria Coffee
  • Aussiepay
  • Nexia Australia
  • Manly Sea Eagles
  • JewishCare
  • GoFundraise
  • Gadens Lawyers
  • Sportscraft
  • Wincrest Homes
  • Suzanne Grae
  • HomeCaring
  • Victoria’s Basement
  • Hope FM 103.2
  • Dept of Health
  • Roses Only
  • Opera Foundation of Australia
  • SYD Duty Free (Downtown Duty Free)
  • Freedom Furniture
  • Beauty HQ
  • Car Loan City
  • Innovations
  • Sydney Urodynamic

Our Process

1

Strategic Assessment

Process:Analysis of current parameters and analysis of target market, competition and industry expectations.

  • Brainstorming goals and objectives
  • Research of competitors local and overseas
  • Prioritise functionality requirements
  • Research and compare technology platforms including SAAS options

Outcomes:Online strategy – key objectives

2

Specifications

Process:Create design brief and functional specifications for the project(s) outlined in Step 1. For example: website, CRM, infrastructure, marketing process etc.

Outcomes:Detailed specification documents including site maps, wireframes and functional and technical specifications.

3

Project Management

Process:Analysis of current parameters and analysis of target market, competition and industry expectations.

Outcomes:Online strategy – key objectives

4

Maintenance

Process:Create design brief and functional specifications for the project(s) outlined in Step 1. For example: website, CRM, infrastructure, marketing process etc.

Outcomes:Detailed specification documents including site maps, wireframes and functional and technical specifications.