New E-lite™ entry-level online store

Toby Wallis Communications are delighted to announce the introduction of a new entry-level e-commerce system designed for the smaller business.

E-Lite
Developed exclusively by Toby Wallis Communications, the new E-lite™ system brings e-commerce to even the smallest organisation. The system is suitable for product catalogues of up to around 50 items (though there is no actual limit) and integrates with PayPal™ to create a system that is quick to set up, easy to manage, secure and inexpensive to install.

“All that you need is a PayPal™ account and we can set up a system for you in a few days” says Toby Wallis, owner of Toby Wallis Communications. “The product list lets you include photographs and detailed descriptions of your products, and you can update it in minutes using any web-enabled computer.” Prices start from just £149 or £14.99 a month.

The introduction of E-lite™ arises from Toby Wallis Communications’ experience in providing online shopping systems for company websites. “Until the advent of E-lite™, the cost of setting up a system, integrating it with payment gateways and banks, testing and deploying it could be prohibitive for the small business,” says Toby. “Now e-commerce has come within the reach of shops, small businesses, and even local clubs and societies. We think it has a great future!”

An example of E-lite™ in action can be seen on the Green Howards Museum website.Click here to find out more about E-lite™, or to discuss an E-lite™ online store for your company, please contact Toby Wallis at Toby Wallis Communications.

Jan 20, 2010

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