Jul 032018

Both Magento and OpenCart are robust ecommerce platforms for the serious ecommerce merchant.They are deployed worldwide by hundreds of thousands of ecommerce merchants in multiple languages and multiple currencies. Their versatility and flexibility have made them so popular. However; that also makes them hard for the average user to maintain, troubleshoot and enhance and you need professional Magento and OpenCart developers to help you out.

Magento and OpenCart developers in Dallas DFW, Texas, USA

Magento and OpenCart developers in Manchester, UK

Both Magento and OpenCart are:

  1. Open-Source and Free
  2. Provide powerful store management features
  3. Have available a wide collection of extensions, modules and themes to suit almost every need
  4. Suitable for a wide variety of industries
  5. Flexible and customizable
  6. Worldwide support through freelancers and support agencies specializing in ecommerce
  7. Integrate well with 3rd party applications
Magento and OpenCart developers in Dallas DFW, Texas, USA

Magento and OpenCart developers in Manchester, UK

At InterloperInc.com, we specialize in ecommerce and most of our larger clients use either Magento or OpenCart. We love them both and provide help in the areas of:

  1. Tech Support
  2. Ongoing maintenance
  3. Adding new features
  4. Integrating Magento and OpenCart with 3rd party applications
  5. Migration
  6. Design new sites or re-design existing websites / online stores
  7. Develop custom extensions, modules, themes and plugins
  8. Setup multi-vendor marketplaces

When you have a robust ecommerce platform such as Magento or OpenCart as your foundation, in the right hands, it can serve you for years to come. You can add, subtract and adapt as your business evolves and as the needs of your customers change.

Magento and OpenCart developers in Dallas DFW, Texas, USA

Magento and OpenCart developers in Manchester, UK

You can use your ecommerce platform as a standalone ecommerce online store, you may want to import product data feeds from multiple distributors, suppliers, drop shippers. You may also want to upload your products to multiple marketplaces like eBay, Amazon, Walmart, Rakuten, Google Shopping and similar. We can help with all of that. The more customers see your products, the better your chances off making a sale.

We can even help you with ecommerce data entry, writing SEO friendly descriptions, images, rich snippets and content for your blogs.

It is best to get started on a few smaller projects and allow us to get to know your business better. The better we understand your business, the better we can serve you.

Give us a call. You’ll be glad you did.

Magento and OpenCart developers in Dallas DFW, Texas, USA

Magento and OpenCart developers in Manchester, UK

Jun 222018
Online Store Maintenance Specialists - Manchester, UK

Need help with maintaining and updating your ecommerce / online store? You should establish a relationship with ecommerce specialists to help you keep your site updated, secure, protected and to add new functions and features. Here is one company that can help you with your online store maintenance in the Manchester, UK and pretty much everywhere else.

May 152018
Custom Plugin Developers in the Manchester, UK

When existing off-the-shelf plugins don’t work for you, you need custom plugins developed for you. Who does custom plugin development in Manchester, UK? We do at http://interloperinc.com . Contact us and let us know what kind of plugin you need.

Apr 252018
Ecommerce Developers in Manchester, UK

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. Do you currently have a team of Ecommerce Developers and Designers in Manchester, UK? If not, give us a call and let’s talk.

Apr 182018
MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic and C# developers in Manchester, UK

Need an MS Access programmer, Excel, Visual Basic or C# developer in Manchester, UK? Time and again you will need a professional developer to help you out and that’s where we at http://interloperinc.com 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.

Mar 032014
Envoy wants UK-Phl trade to grow 5x in 3 years

MANILA, Philippines – British Ambassador to the Philippines Asif Ahmad on Monday said he is looking at a 5-billion-pound (P374 billion) bilateral trade between the United Kingdom (UK) and the Philippines in the next three years. “My minister said I need to make it 5 billion (British pounds) before I leave in three and a half years time. So I need to work really hard,” Ahmad said. Currently, trade between the two countries stands at 1 billion pounds, he said. Ahmad said bBritish companies are looking into investing in retail, energy and infrastructure in the Philippines. ”There is so much more that could come here. That’s why I keep talking about infrastructure. If this country can really get some (infrastructure); and there (are) some big announcements (on infrastructure projects) already. We want more of that. More roads, a serious look at ports, airports, so really we can make it faster to get things that are not here… That requires organization, arrangement of transport,” he said. He added that UK is also in talks with the Philippine government to build bridges in the county. “I think on bridge building, we’re working one very big transaction. It’s a direct discussion we have with the government because the government actually needs to build steel bridges and concrete bridges in damaged areas and other places. And we’re quite involved with that,” he added. Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Ahmad said the British Embassy in the Philippines has a business process Read More …

Feb 182014
PHL remittances hit US$25.1 billion in 2013

An employee counts U.S. dollar bills before changing it to Philippine Pesos inside a money changer in Manila September 19, 2013. The Philippine central bank said remittances from overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have allowed households to save money, boosting the country’s savings rate.(MNS Photo) MANILA (Mabuhay) – Remittances from overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) reached US$25.1 billion last year, 7.6 per cent higher than the previous year. The Philippine central bank said Monday remittances in December amounted to US$2.4 billion, up 12.5 per cent compared to December 2012, Xinhua news agency reported. “Remittances in December marks the ninth consecutive month in 2013 that personal remittances breached the US$2 billion level,” the bank said in a statement. Cash remittances channeled through banks grew by 6.4 per cent on year to US$22.8 billion last year, exceeding the central bank’s projection of a 5-per cent hike for the year. Major sources of cash remittances last year were the US, Saudi Arabia, UK, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Singapore, Canada, and Japan. The central bank said the robust growth of remittances last year was due to the strong demand for skilled Filipino manpower abroad particularly in the Middle East. Preliminary data from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration showed there were 1.8 million OFWs last year. Cash remittances accounted for 8.4 per cent of Philippine gross domestic product (GDP) in 2013.(MNS)

Jan 072014
Canada pulls out 300 relief personnel from PH

A Filipino soldier takes a break beside relief goods at the Tacloban airport, in central Philippines on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013. AP FILE PHOTO MANILA, Philippines – Canada’s more than 300 humanitarian relief personnel have pulled out of the country following the completion of their aid mission in areas devastated by typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan). Canada’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) deployed in Panay Island officially wrapped up its humanitarian assistance mission last December 16 followed by the batch by batch departure of 315 Canadian Air Force (CAF) personnel up to the last week of December. Based in Roxas City, DART treated more than 6,500 patients, cleared over 130 kilometers of road, and delivered almost 500,000 liters of purified water and more than 230,000 pounds of food, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said in a statement Tuesday. “The DART is a multidisciplinary military organization designed to deploy on short notice anywhere in the world in response to situations ranging from natural disasters to complex humanitarian emergencies,” DFA said. “This was the first time that Canada has engaged in this type of humanitarian action in the country,” it said. More than 10,000 pounds of building materials for homes were also brought by the DART to help residents on Panay Island in rebuilding shelters. Helping the DART throughout their humanitarian relief mission were more than a dozen Filipino-Canadians who served as liaison officers since they knew how to converse with the locals in Filipino. “As such, they provided vital links Read More …