June 21, 2010 – Cherry Hill, New Jersey – Before maintaining a unique web presence, Mediabridge successfully sold computer communication hardware through Amazon.com, taking advantage of an established retail outlet through which to sell quality products.

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3wC Creates a Customized Virtual Storefront for a Growing Online Retailer

June 21, 2010 – Cherry Hill, NJ – Before maintaining a unique web presence, Mediabridge successfully sold computer communication hardware through Amazon.com, taking advantage of an established retail outlet through which to sell quality products. In order to maximize the benefits of a growing consumer base, however, Mediabridge needed its own online storefront through which they could better control customer service and quality. Once they contracted the specialists at World Wide Web Communications (3wC, the goal became clear: design a website that reflected Mediabridge’s focus on growing technologies with a simple virtual checkout system for consumers.

Current technology giants such as Apple have launched the popularity of monochromatic colors and sleek simple designs, establishing basic shapes and shades as universal symbols of the latest technology and software. As a result, 3wC took simple colors and styles and built an online retail store for Mediabridge that reflects these same high standards of quality and customer service. Easy navigation, straight lines, and efficient use of space bring the focus back to the products, creating the look and feel of efficiency and dedication to quality.

In order to maximize Mediabridge’s profits, 3wC combined this new retail site with software from Early Impact called Product Cart, a versatile e-commerce platform designed to make online purchases easy and safe. As a specialist in software customization, 3wC used the Product Cart software to build a specialized purchasing program for Mediabridge that gives them access to the most popular and secure shopping transaction programs available. ProductCart is validated shopping cart software that’s not only customizable for each business, but also uses integrated systems such as Google, PayPal, QuickBooks, UPS, FedEx, and doznes of payment options to make customer transactions easier and to help Mediabridge balance and manage accounts.

The end result is an online storefront that not only reflects Mediabridge’s dedication to service and quality, but also provides a simple purchasing process for consumers. With a new look and online presence, Mediabridge has quickly expanded its worldwide exposure to new customers, giving it a solid foundation on which to build future growth.

World Wide Web Communications is a 15-year-old leader in delivering best technology solutions and web development services that improve business efficiency, productivity and Internet presence. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ, the company serves companies across multiple industries including financial, consumer goods, publishing, pharmaceutical, healthcare, education, entertainment, non-profit and transportation logistics.

For more information, visit http://www.3wcommunications.com or contact Bob Savar at bsavar@3wcommunications.com