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We often get asked, how do I know when my business requires a new website? Often for large businesses with solid online trading records, this question arises after months of internal discussions and meetings. We understand that a new ecommerce solution is seen to be expensive, time-costly and a large drain on resources. We’re here[…]

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We expect 2015 will be the year that all companies from global ecommerce brands to SMEs will realise the benefit in email automation, personalisation and data segmentation and begin to rethink their strategy in line with customer expectations. Having delivered many successful Ecommerce Email Marketing campaigns our experienced team have pulled together four trends for[…]

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Your website is the ‘shop window’ for your business and needs to make a good impression. Like a bricks and mortar store, if it contains out of date promotions, has a confusing layout or fails to catch the eye then your potential customer will give it a miss. The same applies to your website. When[…]

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Our team of Business Analysts carry out detailed client project requirements gathering and produce functional specifications. They document user journeys using wireframes for use by PureNet’s development teams as part of eCommerce and web solution client project delivery and implementation. Even the most knowledgeable business analyst can encounter problems throughout this process. To help counter[…]

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PureNet is proud to announce the launch of Norwich City Football Club’s new responsive ecommerce website. The new website, which went live at the start of this month, offers the Premier League♠ football club’s customers an engaging and exciting online experience, with integrated features such as social feeds and wish lists. PureNet worked closely with[…]

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Latest figures suggest online sales are back on track following a disappointing end to the first half of the year, with an annual growth of 14% in July. The MRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index rose 3% month-on-month, which is a stark contrast to the 5% fall experienced between May and June. An estimated £8.1billion was[…]

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