eCorner™ is the leading Australian provider of secure eCommerce solutions with over 2,600 customer sites. We are experts at the design, development, implementation and hosting of online stores for merchants; and online store systems for service providers. We can define and scope your requirements, so please contact us for a free consultation and quote.
Organisations as diverse as Weight Watchers, Festool, Queensland Government (Translink), Australian Institute of Sport, Commonwealth Bank, Mitch Dowd, and over 2,600 others, rely on our solutions to achieve their eCommerce goals. We can also deliver Multi-Channel and Omni-Channel solutions for retailers and pure-play online businesses of any size.
ePages™ ecommerce software, all new cloud-based hosted eCommerce solution, Online Shop and Shopping Cart Software with over 80,000 sites worldwide.
Wagtail enables our customers track, manage and understand their online business in real-time and is designed and built by the eCorner development team.
Coresuite and ePages enables eCommerce for SAP Business One. SAP Business One (SAP B1) is the leading ERP platform for SMBs. Using Coresuite eCommerce we can create online shops on-demand integrated to SAP B1 that support both Business to Business and Business to Consumer sales models.
Anti-Spam, Anti-Phishing and Anti-Virus using Cloudmark™ the world leader in Messaging Security. Cloudmark protects over 1 billion mailboxes against spam, phishing and viruses. Cloudmark™ stops 99% of all malicious messages in real time. Available for ISPs, Hosting Providers, Mobile Networks, Social Networks and enterprises.
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In 2013 Australian online retail sales will exceed $37 Billion and worldwide exceeded US$1 Trillion in 2012. In Australia eCommerce is growing at a rate in excess of 20% annually and mobile commerce more than 40% annually. There are over 2.5 million small to medium sized businesses in Australia and New Zealand but less than 12% have an online store - read more...