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The Watch Hut
Launched over seven years ago on the eSPOSURE platform, The Watch Hut website has gone through many changes and evolutions.
Integrated with many channels including Selfridge's and Amazon and even been through a change of ownership. Throughout it's life both the support from e64 and the performance of eSPOSURE remained constant.
Dynamic Home PageSimple dynamic home page. Easy to amend and update to highlight latest offers and brand promotions.
Incorporating easy click filtering and sub-categories the order and filters for these watches come from a third party merchandising product.
The Watch Hut's checkout pages, integrated with PayPal, Secure Trading and Payment by Amazon, have an optimised approach for high conversion from basket through to payment. The integrated payment pages keep the process easy and seamless for the shopper.
Event Caddie site uses video and parallax scrolling to maximise the visitors experience.
Event Caddie first launched their site in eSPOSURE in March 2007.
Since then they have seen excellent growth of their website as a direct sales tool, and a sales support tool for their telesales team. With regular site re-skins and additional customisation, including logo uploads for personalised branding, and pantone capture for accurate print reproduction, Event Caddie continues to increase its market share.
Their most recent update in June 2015 incorporates a responsive design for the desktop, tablet and mobile and represents their latest investment into future growth.
These images show the Category and Product pages, as well as the checkout pages, which incorporates eSPOSURE's most up to date delivery address selection and verification system.
RV Astley have been running their website on e64 platforms since 2006
Established in 1971, RV Astley’s roots stem from sourcing and wholesaling table lamps, furnishing accessories and giftware.
Throughout this time their website has been key to their growth and customer service, and has been constantly evolving to incorporate better access, more features and further integration with their other systems.
Initially focusing on sales and automation for processing new trade customer applications, their site soon became an integral part of streamlining aspects of their customer service, using live stock updates from their Sage system as well automatically creating new accounts and orders in Sage from website orders.
With further integration the site was able to allow customers to access their order history, and also process their own returns.
The site has also been through a number of updates to the design over the years.