Normal Ecommerce Store
Ecommerce, also known as electronic commerce or internet commerce, refers to the buying and selling of goods or services using the internet, and the transfer of money and data to execute these transactions. Ecommerce is often used to refer to the sale of physical products online, but it can also describe any kind of commercial transaction that is facilitated through the internet.
Multivendor store 
A multi-vendor marketplace or store is a platform for third-party sellers to sell at one place. In simple terms, it is a big store that contains various small shops that are run by a individual vendors and making markup on all goods sold in that store 
Its an order fulfillment method where a business doesn’t keep the products it sells in stock. Instead, the seller purchases inventory as needed from a third party, usually a wholesaler or manufacturer to fulfill orders. Products move directly from supplier to customer. 

What will it cost ? Once off or MONTH TO MONTH ?

Business Creation has been in the business of creating businesses for thousands of people over decades.
We are now able to create you a Ecommerce site you need at a minimal cost. Starting from R4500 (Including Cyber Security) with many options like SEO, Google Analytics, Chat Bots, CRM & Cyber Security 

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We arrange partnering with Payfast for your payment system as part of your ecommerce business. We recommend the use of The Courier Guy for deliveries as they have a unique plugin to your business whereby costs are included in customers baskets.
Inclusion of a CRM system today is imperative to keep a competitive advantage in the new digital era
Introducing to a Full spectrum CRM service including
– Sales Cloud
– Marketing Cloud
– Projects Cloud
– Social Media Cloud
– Invoicing Cloud
– HR Cloud
– Ecommerce Cloud
All Ecommerce sites come with Cyber security
WITHSECURE -Elements is a cloud-native platform that delivers everything from vulnerability management and collaboration protection to endpoint protection; and detection and response, the only four elements you need to cover the whole security value chain – all clearly visible and easily managed from a single security console.