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Jan 29, 2020 3:17AM PST

Hey. Need to find a good web dev. The theme of the site will be a grocery store. Prompt good company please)

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Link free zone.
Jan 29, 2020 6:16AM PST

All posts with links to the socalled best web dev company in ... (can be any place in India or Vietnam or Ukrain or other countries) will be deleted.

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Re: grocery store
Jan 29, 2020 6:21AM PST

Please remember that such sites not only have a frontend (what your customers see), but a backend also, for what you have to do to keep it running, like: purchase, stock management, pricing, promotions, e-mailing selected customers, distribution management, finance.

If you find a company, be sure to ask their portfolio, not only for the frontend, but for the backend also. It might be best to buy a ready-made package.

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Small world.
Jan 29, 2020 6:25AM PST

I have a long story about a company that sells food products and many years ago they asked me what to do to get their products on the web. I answered GoDaddy and they had another consultant which told them "full custom" was the way to go. After 5 years, 3 consultants and over 200K USD they still were not online. They sacked who was advising them at the time and called another consultant who said "GoDaddy" and finally they went for it. In a week they had products up for sale.

I'm not saying this is the answer today but there's a free lesson here.

Also, a nod to SHOPIFY.

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Web development
Jan 31, 2020 2:48AM PST

We enjoyed working with Inoxoft. Very attentive and professional team. They took all our wishes into account and were ready to make changes when we asked. The result was amazing. Our customers can use our website now, made by inoxoft. I will tell you right away that such a product will cost you little money if you really want to make a quality product. But where the good service and quality is, there will be more customers)

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