Selling online has so many advantages -- global reach, 24/7 availability, low overhead, and unmatched flexibility are just a few of the benefits. If you're ready to step into the expanding world of eCommerce, we can help!

Choose from a wide variety of solutions and features, and get the expertise and guidance you need to navigate the complexities of an eCommerce presence. From integration of commercial or open-source software to completely custom-built applications, we have the experience to help you. Although we've worked with many cart providers, our featured commercial carts include Pinnacle Cart, Interspire and Avactis. Popular open-source carts include osCommerce and ZenCart.


Getting Started

You'll need to start with these 5 components:

  1. Dedicated IP Address: Your website must reside on a dedicated IP address. This is necessary for eCommerce reasons. Dedicated IP addresses generally add a few dollars a month to your hosting plan.
  2. Secure, Online Shopping Cart: We can customize and implement a variety of open source and commercially available carts. Based on your needs, we'll select just the right one for you.
  3. Merchant Account: You need a special merchant account for payment processing through the Internet. Most Internet merchants acquire an account through any of the popular merchant providers or their local banks.
  4. Payment Gateway: Often, the merchant account and payment gateway is bundled together. We have worked with most gateways popular in the U.S., including Authorize.Net, LinkPoint, Paymentech, USAePay, Quantum, WorldPay, and many others.
  5. SSL Digital Certificate: You will need an SSL Certificate for your website to accept and transmit sensitive information. If you select us as your web hosting provider, we can purchase the certificate on your behalf and install it on the server for you.


You can sleep at night with an eCommerce solution from us. You'll have the assurance of 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption, and state-of-the-art fraud protection. We can also assist with you the complexities of PCI compliance.