We implement seamless, secure custom ecommerce solutions that make it easy for customers to buy from you. Ecommerce used to mean sending your online visitors to a separate store, where they would select a product and check out. Today the best websites distribute the purchase experience throughout the site in an elegant, friction-free process that never leaves the page. Your customers will thank you for it.
Third-party ecommerce platforms
Mepco Easy Pay: Progressively Upgrading Ecommerce Options
Mepco, a financial services company that provides financial backing for automotive extended warranties, hired Tecture to bring its first payment website online. A prior vendor had failed to complete the project, so Tecture was engaged to assess the code and systems and create a plan to complete and launch the project. We succeeded, and Mepco outsourced its ongoing development and maintenance work to Tecture for the next decade until its recent acquisition. In that time, Tecture has progressively upgraded and improved Mepco’s ecommerce capabilities: Redesigned the application to make mobile payments fast and friendly • Implemented a highly tokenization process to make online payments more secure • Switched the application to new payment gateways as needed • Designed and implemented a dealer-direct mechanism to enable car dealerships’ financial staff to sell products directly • Designed a quick and easy payment that does not require customers to log into their account • Implemented paperless statements • Created a modern API that serves 3rd party sellers as a complete API toolkit for securely interfacing with Mepco.Selected Features
ABPM: Complex Business Rules Are No Problem
Like any certifying medical board, participating physicians interact with the American Board of Preventive Medicine in a multitude of ways — which means ABPM’s ecommerce needs are complex. Physicians seeking certification pay various application and exam fees at the appropriate stage of the certification process (which can vary depending on prior certifications and affiliations). Already certified physicians pay on-going maintenance of certification fees that vary by year of certification, other certifications and affiliations. There is also a variety of one-off and special circumstances that affect fees to be accounted for. The business rules are complicated. When implementing ABPM’s unified certification system Tecture assembled and analyzed all these scenarios and business rules to create an ecommerce system that is both easy for participants to use and fully integrated with ABPM’s physician portal. Since launch of the system Tecture has also effected a transition from 10-year-recertification-cycle-based fees to ongoing maintenance of certification fees.Selected Features
Linescape: Tiered Pricing for Shipping Data
Linescape, a consolidator of sailing schedule data, needed brand design and a contemporary, easy-to-use customer interface to it’s complex shipping data. The company also wished to implement a tiered pricing model in which customers could subscribe to varied levels of data access at different price points.Selected Features