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Our Software Toolkit

E-commerce Tech Stack

From e-commerce to payment platforms, we’ve got you covered.

E-commerce Platforms


Shopify combines all of your commerce tools in one single platform. With Shopify, retailers can create and customize an online shop and sell across online and brick-and-mortar locations. Learn more about Shopify here.


WooCommerce is a free plugin on WordPress that adds e-commerce functionality to your website. This gives you the ability to run an online store through your WordPress site. Learn more about WooCommerce here.


Webflow is a design tool that allows you to create, design, and launch websites. The ready-to-use platform makes it easy to launch sites from initial idea to final product. Learn more about Webflow here.


Amazon is an e-commerce retailer that also allows individuals/businesses to list and sell their own products on the site. Learn more about Amazon here.


Fix is a free website building platform that gives you to freedom to design websites with ease that look professional. Their library of technology and built in features makes webpage creation easy. Learn more about Wix here.

Email/SMS Platforms


Klaviyo is an email/SMS marketing platform that allows for campaign automation. The software can easily sync with other software to connect your e-commerce store with your marketing strategy. Learn more about Klaviyo here.


Attentive is a text message marketing provider that allows you to create custom text messages to send to your clients or customers. Learn more about Attentive here.

Warehouse Management Platforms


ShipStation is a SaaS (Software as a Service) shipping platform that allows you to keep and manage all of your shipping needs in one tool. Learn more about ShipStation here.


ShippingEasy is a cloud-based shipping solution that integrates easily with the largest platforms to make shipping simply and easy for e-commerce retailers. Learn more about ShippingEasy here.

Analytics Platforms

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is an online analytics services run by Google that reports website data and traffic. Learn more about Google Analytics here.

Shopify Analytics

Shopify Analytics is a tool within the Shopify platform that reviews and reports data about your store's recent activity. From site visits to transaction details Shopify Analytics will share the most up to date insights for your store. Learn more about Shopify Analytics here.


Northbeam is an e-commerce analytics platform designed to give you the best insight into your marketing strategy in order to maximize your budget. Learn more about Northbeam here.

Advertising Platforms

Google Search

Google Search is a search engine powered by Google. With a 92% share of the global search engine market, Google Search is the most-visited website in the world. Learn more about Google Search here.


YouTube is a popular video social media platform where users view video content from different creators as well as upload their own video content (short and long form). Learn more about Youtube here.


A short-form videos content social media platform created in China. Users can upload their own content with durations from 15 seconds to ten minutes. Learn more about TikTok here.

Google Shopping

Google Shopping allows shoppers to search for products online and compare prices between different vendors. Learn more about Google Shopping here.

Facebook & Instagram

Two social media platforms owned and operated by Meta. Users can upload, share, and view different forms of content such as photos, videos, text/blog like posts, etc. Learn more about Meta here.


Pinterest is an image sharing social media platform designed to allow users to save and share photos and ideas through the form of pinboards. Learn more about Pinterest here.

Payment Platforms

Shopify Payments

Shopify Payments is Shopify's built in payment service that eliminates the need for a third-party payment system. Learn more about Shopify Payments here.


PayPal is a third-party facilitator for payments between online parties. PayPal allows customers to connect their credit cards or checking accounts and will run transfers to other entities on their behalf. Learn more about PayPal here.

WooCommerce Payments

WooCommerce Payments is a payment gateway, powered by Stripe, that accepts payments from debit/credit cards directly on your website. Learn more about WooCommerce Payments here.