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Today Responsive Web Design (RWD) is an essential requirement for all new sites. RWD is now the best way to design and program websites that look great on any device, from smartphones to smart TVs.
If Responsive Web Design is new to you, don’t feel bad, you’re with the majority. Getting a responsive website should be your number one online marketing goal. Every site we build uses RWD.
Take a look at our portfolio to see some of the visually rich and creative websites Pallasart has build for customers in Austin and around the world.
Why do people choose Pallasart and why is our company the top rated Austin design company? The number one reason is our dynamic graphic designs. What's the first thing about a site that makes a web visitor say yes or no to your product? Graphic design.
You can sell anything. Pallasart shopping carts are easy to manage, can handle millions of products and have lots of marketing features you'll love. Get the latest innovations with PInterest and Facebook integration, Instagram, social media, imbedded product videos and ultimate cross-selling between brands. All the shopping carts we build are responsive.
You'll be glad you chose a Pallasart ecommerce solution.
Many of our customers are just starting out on the web and need help setting up domain names, selecting a web-hosting company, establishing a mailing list and email, etc. - all the sort of things a new website needs to get going. We're there to help.
Pallasart has become the top-rated Austin web design company not only for its creative side and programming genius, but also for our experience in how to organize the initial set-up of your business on the web.
We recently implemented PunchOut2Go's PunchOut Catalog Gateway service for a client that sells educational products to large school districts. PunchOut allows vendors to sell their goods to larger institutional buyers that maintain procurement applications.
Procurement PunchOut is the interaction between a vendor's web storefront and a buyer's procurement application. The buyer leaves or "punches out" of their company's procurement system and goes to the supplier's web-based catalog to locate and add items to their shopping cart, while their application transparently maintains connection with the web site and gathers pertinent information. A vendor catalog, enhanced for this process, is known as a punchout catalog. PunchOut enables communication between the software and the web site so that relevant information about the transaction is delivered to the appropriate channels. PunchOut Catalogs enable a company to sell online utilizing modern day e-Commerce Procurement solutions.