Mar 072018

The success of your ecommerce business will largely depend on how well your site looks and how smoothly it functions. If you are a serious business, then you must have professionals design and develop your ecommerce website.

The way we will approach your project is to first assign you one of our creative designers who will work with you to put together a design that reflects your vision for your website, looks elegant and professional and most importantly meets the expectations of the type of customers you are trying to attract. During this process we may go back and forth several times to get the design just right. Good design should establish brand identity, credibility, be in line with current trends and technologies, drive your call to action and give you a competitive advantage.

Once design is finalized, we will hand it over to our developer to integrate the design into the backend and incorporate all the necessary functionalities. We do it this way because you get better results by putting specialists on the job rather than letting one person do everything.

Ecommerce Developers Paris, France

Ecommerce Developers – Paris, France

Do you currently have a team of Ecommerce Developers and Designers? If not, give us a call and let’s talk. We are based in Paris, France but support ecommerce websites worldwide.

Ecommerce Success

Ecommerce Success – Happy Customers

When looking for Ecommerce Developers, check their website for a portfolio of their work or case studies of their previous work. This will give you a glimpse into their skills, talents and experience. Some may have worked on similar projects, others may not but maybe they are quite capable of doing so?

The next step is to decide which shopping cart you want to use. Choose carefully as this cart will be essential for the success of your online store. Options include Magento, Shopify, Bigcommerce, OpenCart, OSCommerce, X-Cart or a custom ecommerce solution. Make sure your developer is familiar with the shopping cart system you want.

Ecommerce Platforms

Ecommerce Platforms

It is actually better if you first hire a company, let them understand your business, your industry and competition and then together decide which ecommerce platform is best for you. That way everyone is on the same page. Just because your friend raves about Shopify or Magento does not mean you should have the same cart. They all have their strengths and let your developer and you figure out what will be best for your shop.

Work closely with your ecommerce developers during the design and the function phases and test. It is better that you discover the bugs rather than your customers.

There are three factors to consider before you hire a design/development team for your ecommerce website: quality, price and time. If you want quality work to be done in a timely manner, you need to be prepared to pay well. And consider keeping your developer on your payroll for some time to do periodic updates and make any necessary changes.

When it comes to developing an ecommerce website, you need a team that is focused and experienced in providing companies with professional web design and developing ecommerce solutions.

At Interloper Inc., our roots are in E-Commerce and it continues to be the strongest part of our business. We ensure that your site is SEO ready, analytics and site map plugins are installed, payment and shipping integration is in place, and it has all the components necessary to conduct ecommerce in a safe and efficient manner.

Later on, when your site is up and running, as a separate project, you may want us to build you customer follow up functionalities that build customer loyalty and generates additional revenues.

For future maintenance also, you don’t have to advertise and spend precious time going over resumes. You just let us know and we provide the right resource. Your job gets done economically, without hassle and on time while you focus on doing what you do best – running your business.

Later on, if you like, we can also create and upload product data feeds to, Google Shopping, Rakuten, eBay, Amazon,, Shopzilla, Price Grabber,, and The more customer exposure you give your products, the better the chances of making a sale.

Fill out the contact form or give us a call and let’s talk.

Ecommerce Developers Paris, France

Ecommerce Developers in Paris, France

Feb 282018
MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic and C# developers in Paris, France

Need an MS Access programmer, Excel, Visual Basic or C# developer in Paris, France? Time and again you will need a professional developer to help you out and that’s where we at come in handy. Contact us with your MS Access problems and let us help you out. We work on MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic, C# along with many other technologies.

Sep 212017

Filipinos at the IPSC World Shoot 2017 brought home several medals from France after competing against 1,500 shooters from over 67 countries. Two teenage sport shooters brought home the gold and silver in the junior category, while older well-known shooters bagged silver and bronze medals. Kahlil Adrian Viray, 15, and Rolly Nathaniel Tecson, 14, finished first and second in the Juniors Individual Standard at the tournament. Well-known top shooter, Jeufro Emil Lejano, finished with a Silver in the Individual Classic category. Jethro “The Jet” Dionisio, considered a living legend of the action-shooting circuit, bagged the Bronze medal also in the Individual Classic category despite encountering jamming issues. Lejano also picked up the Silver in the Team Classic category together with teammates Bernardo Mari Alejandro V, William Magalong, and Wilfredo Martin Jr. The Filipino medal finishers at the 2017 IPSC: Jeufro Emil Lejano – Silver, Individual Classic Jeufro Emil Lejano, Wilfredo Martin Jr., Bernardo Mari Alejandro V and William Magalong – Silver, Team Classic Jethro Dionisio – Bronze, Individual Classic Grace Tamayo – Bronze, Ladies’ Individual Classic Israelito Pible – Bronze, Super Senior Individual Standard Kahlil Adrian Viray – Gold, Juniors Individual Standard Rolly Nathaniel Tecson – Silver, Juniors Individual Standard The Philippines came in 6th overall at the end of the 2017 IPSC. The post Pinoys bring home gold from World Shoot 2017 France appeared first on Good News Pilipinas.

Aug 112017
Tennis phenom Alex Eala wins 4 doubles titles in Europe

Young Filipino tennis player Alexandra Eala has so far won 4 doubles titles in 4 Young Stars Tournaments in Europe, placing the Philippine flag among champions in the tour. The 12-year old tennis phenomenon won her doubles titles together with her Indonesian partner in the Under-14 touring team of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) – Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) competing in 5 tournaments in 4 countries in Europe. Alex Eala (center) in the 2017 Open des Jeunes Stade Francais [via Facebook] Fresh from her winning the championship at the 14 and Under Girls in the Sutama International Junior ATF Tournament in Japan, Eala went to Europe in mid-July and quickly picked up her first doubles title with Priska Madelyn Nugroho after defeating the Italian team 6-2, 6-4, in the finals of the Open des Jeune organized by the Stade Francais Club in Paris, France – the kick off tournament. Winning the Windmill Cup [via Facebook] The top-seeded girl tennis player at the ATF won her next doubles title at the Windmill Cup in Velp, Netherlands after beating the Egyptian- Moroccan team, 7-5, 6-1. Eala also won the Championship Match of the Finals Consolation Rounds in the tennis singles. The La Balle Mimosa Loire-Atlantique doubles champions [via Facebook] The ATF team claimed its 3rd straight doubles title when it went back to France’s La Balle Mimosa Loire-Atlantique in Nantes, dominating the Peruvian team, 6-3, 6-1 in the finals. Eala and her partner clinched their 4th doubles title at the Internationale Deutsche Read More …

Aug 022017
DLSU Green Archers sweep Taiwan’s BLIA Cup

De La Salle University (DLSU) Manila’s Green Archers won the championship of the 2017 Buddha Light International Association Cup (BLIA Cup) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. De La Salle Green Archers [via Facebook] The DLSU men’s basketball team became the new champions of the BLIA Cup after battling against France's Universite de Lyon in the finals game that resulted in a score of 93-74. The Philippine team’s Ben Mbala was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament while Ricci Rivero was part of the Mythical Five selection. The Green Archers was coached by Aldin Ayo. The BLIA Cup is an annual sport cultural exchange organized by the Fo Guang Shan Monastery (FGSM). The Green Archers, champions of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 79, dominated the 2017 BLIA Cup by beating teams from America, China, Taiwan and France.   The post DLSU Green Archers sweep Taiwan’s BLIA Cup appeared first on Good News Pilipinas. Related posts: DLSU win World Universities Debating Championships DLSU Eco Car Team wins Asian Drivers Title DLSU Eco Team qualifies for World Driving Title DLSU-D lone PHL school in global sustainable network

Feb 242017
Versoza’s Kalinga Mambabatok wins Steidl Book Award

Filipino photographer Jake Verzosa’s work on “Kalinga Mambabatok” has won in the inaugural Steidl Book Award Asia. (L-R) Second Secretary Rona Beth Boce, Ambassador Melita S. Sta. Maria-Thomeczek and Jake Verzosa [via DFA] Versoza’s photographs in the “The Last Tatooed Women of Kalinga,” depicting the dying culture of tattooing or ‘pagbabatok’ among Kalinga women is one of the 8 photobooks chosen by the renowned German designer and publisher Gerhard Steidl from entries by Asian photographers. “The main purpose of doing this was to document the last remaining people who adorn these tattoos and to hopefully reverse the changing perception of beauty among the Kalinga. The tattoos used to be a symbol of beauty, wealth, and honor but now, most see them as ancient, barbaric, and a stigma,” Versoza said in a report from the Philippine Embassy in Berlin. The Last Tattooed Women of Kalinga will be featured along with the other chosen works in a box set titled “8 Books for Asia”. “Naked arms in pictures of aged tattooed skin taken in the Philippines. Jake Verzosa’s digital black-and- white prints… showed women whose skin seemed to be patterned as if by a lacy sweater… It’s at one hand historical and on the other a sort of poetry unfolding as a record for posterity,” said Vogue International editor Suzy Menkes, lauding this particular series at Paris Photo 2014. Versoza and the award winners will also travel to Göttingen, Germany to make their books together with Art Director Steidl and Theseus Chan. Read More …

Apr 112014
Lab clue to caffeine benefit on Alzheimer’s

©Lasse Kristensen/ (PARIS-AFP) – French and German researchers on Wednesday said they had found evidence in the lab to back theories that drinking caffeine has a preventive effect on Alzheimer’s disease. In mice, regular doses of caffeine inhibited the growth of tau, a protein that clogs brain cells in Alzheimer’s patients, they said. The discovery was made among mice that had been genetically modified to produce tau. They were given a tiny dose of caffeine — 0.3 grammes per litre (0.005 ounces per pint) — in their drinking water over 10 months. This is roughly equivalent to two cups of coffee per day for human beings. The mice were compared with an identical group of “tau” rodents which did not get the caffeine dose. “Mice that were given caffeine were less affected in terms of memory and tau buildup but also in terms of inflammation of the brain tissue,” said David Blum of France’s National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm). Previous research has found that older people are less likely to suffer cognitive decline if they take regular, moderate amounts of caffeine. Experiments have also found that caffeine slows memory loss in mice bred to develop so-called amyloid plaques — another compound buildup in the brain that is associated with Alzheimer’s. The study appears in the US journal Neurobiology of Aging.

Aug 252013
Gov’t to roll out P53-B foreign-assisted projects

MANILA, Philippines – The government plans to roll out P53.297 billion worth of foreign assisted projects (FAPs) next year, 36.47 percent higher than this year’s P39.04 billion. According to Department of Finance data, the Philippines is seen to receive P29.11 billion worth of donor financing in 2014, an increase of 11.75 percent from the expected P26.05 billion this year. Japan remains the largest source of financial aid with P14.31 billion, 36.5 percent more than this year’s P10.48 billion. Of the programmed FAPs, P23.87 billion would come from counterpart funds while P169.16 million will be in the form of grants. The Japanese government extends financial support through the Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan Export-Import Bank, and Japan Bank for International Cooperation. The Asian Development Bank is the second largest donor for FAPs with P5.5 billion. It is one of the country’s biggest sources of dollar-denominated program loans. Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Korea is extending P3.38 billion while the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development is providing P2.84 billion. France is contributing P2 billion while Italy is lending P424.5 million. Most of the FAPs are infrastructure-related which include the construction and rehabilitation of roads, bridges, expressways, airports and railways. The government has been scaling up infra spending to further pump-prime the local economy. Other projects cover flood control, water irrigation and food production.  Other funds would go to the development of sub-specialty center for heart, lung and kidney diseases in Luzon and Visayas. The rest of the loans are distributed Read More …

Jun 152013
EU gets deal on trans-Atlantic trade pact

LUXEMBOURG– The European Union worked around French objections on Friday to agree on a free trade negotiating mandate for sweeping talks with the United States that President Barack Obama wants to officially open next week.  Under Friday’s deal, trade ministers at a meeting in Luxembourg agreed to France’s demand to keep its movie and television industry out of the hotly anticipated trans-Atlantic talks. But, they said they could possibly come back to debate it at a later time, meaning the deeply divisive issue could resurface.  The outcome should allow Obama and his EU counterparts to announce the start of negotiations for a deal expected to provide a big boost to growth and jobs by eliminating tariffs and other barriers that have long plagued economic relations. A free trade pact would create a market with common standards and regulations across countries that together account for nearly half the global economy. France’s longstanding objections, which turned a simple ministerial meeting into a 12-hour negotiating marathon, showed the challenges ahead. Within the EU alone, there is a rift with some nations big on protecting struggling sectors with subsidies and more pro-free-trade member states. Beyond the audiovisual sector, major problems are expected to emerge over agriculture and transport. Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Friday night though, Finland’s European Affairs Minister Alexander Stubb tweeted optimistically about the prospect of trans-Atlantic negotiations: “Play ball!” he wrote. All other EU nations have vowed to protect the culture industry as well, but the large Read More …