life, tools, toys
After i was pointed to the Regionales Bayern-website, which is run by the Bayerische Staatsregierung and promotes regional food-producers, and had entered the Bio-Imkerei as producer for honey, beeswax and other stuff, it became clear that the bio-imkerei.eu-website needed an online-shopping-system - just in case someone would accidentally visit the site...
After a few days of investigation several main points had to be considered:
The decision was made to use the RapidCart Pro-system from the italian software developer foreground.
It then took just a few days to have the shop up and running.
While integrating the functionality into the existing design was considerable work, even more time had to be used for dryer things like legal texts (AGB - Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen), registration with payment systems (Paypal, Snipe - eventually we might also use Mollie), and design-related things like product-photos (initially there are none - had to improvise there).
Finally, what is kind of mind-blowing: the day after we put the shop online, the first order was made. Does this mean/is this proof that even a down-to-the-earth enterprise like a beekeeper has an advantage of not only providing information about the products - like a year long blog - but also from offering the goods to buy online from his own shop?
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