Zak Stambor , Managing Editor
PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 1, 2010 – WebLinc, the leading provider of scalable and customizable e-commerce solutions, today announced the January launch of four dynamic new eCommerce sites. The launches encompass both B2C and B2B eCommerce and represent a wide range of product offerings, from apparel to library supplies to DVDs.
Infinity Resources, Inc., already a leading online retailer known for their competitive prices and diverse offering of books, DVDs, CDs, and video games on deepdiscount.com, selected WebLinc to redesign and re-launch their online presence. The new site is a testament to the scalability of the WebLinc Direct eCommerce platform, as Deep Discount has expanded their eCommerce product catalog to include fragrances, costumes, party supplies and electronics. Deep Discount (deepdiscount.com) is #105 on the Internet Retailer Top 500.
WebLinc also developed and launched the new site for Brodart Library Supplies (shopbrodart.com) featuring tool sets and functionality unique to sites catering to B2B audiences. New functionality includes tiered pricing based on quantity, with volume pricing that changes at the product page level. In addition, WebLinc developed a dynamic option configurations represented by a series of drop-downs, allowing shoppers to easily create and order Brodart’s customizable shelving products.
Brooklyn Industries (brooklynindustries.com) is a cutting-edge design company that sells its innovative clothes exclusively through its 12 retail stores and its new eCommerce site, built on WebLinc Direct. The site features a litany of new features including Shop By Look functionality, quick views, rollover zooms, customer reviews, advanced product “fit guides,” and more.
Misook.com is the new home for Exclusively Misook, a line of 100% wrinkle-free and machine-washable women’s apparel. The site represents the second eCommerce site developed by WebLinc for the HMX Group in Chicago, America`s leading tailored clothing company.
WebLinc anticipates launching an additional six new eCommerce sites prior to the end of the first quarter of 2010.