Recession and Ecommerce

, California (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- eCommerce is one of the most important aspects which involves carrying out business over the Internet. It is considered as one of the best means of buying and selling of goods over internet.

A lot beneficial, ecommerce allows people to carry out businesses without the barriers of time or distance as compared to normal stores. It's easy to purchase anything from Internet at any point of time, be it day or night, at a single click of the mouse. The cheapest means of doing business, ecommerce have totally removed the traditional means of going to stores, where direct cost and sales for an order could be easily taken from a web site. Without human interaction, the order can be placed and fulfilled with just a click of mouse.

Now-a-days, recession is having great penchant to touch sore spots of business. For instance, publications are now low on subscription; advertising and sales departments get the first cut. Most companies are compelled to spend huge amount on advertising in print and electronic media. The PR companies have to work on tighter budgets with maximum mileage.

Americans are getting jobless. Countries like India and China are suffering. They have become the major outsourcing patches for the US. Cheap goods manufactured in Thailand, China, and other poor countries have hitherto relied on the dollar power for sustenance.

But to our surprise, the ecommerce industry isn't showing that much of slow down. It's actually growing in strength, despite the recession. There are examples of retailers thriving in recession as Wal-Mart Stores, Target, Aeropostale, Family Dollar, Dollar General and Costco Wholesale. They have proved resistant to this recession.

Wal-Mart has succeeded by drawing newly thrifty customers away from their regular stores with its relatively low prices. Now it seems that some of Wal-Mart's customers may be shopping at even cheaper stores.

Aeropostale's performance was even more impressive than its capability to maintain sales growth at its existing stores. The company has grown sales 17% this year and improved its margins.

Similarly, there are many examples to talk about and one of the best examples is of LAN Services. The organization has shown a tremendous growth in recruiting number of employees and selling its marvelous ecommerce product called RMS Cart, fighting against the worst effects of recession.

LAN Services is capable enough to launch an ecommerce website in a very short span of time. It can automate the process of uploading inventory, updating prices and downloading orders. All of these could be done within fraction of seconds.

The company has recently launched a Recession Buster Promotion. It's offering free website hosting for six months for all RMS cart installations. This allows an RMS cart customer to save $474 over six months. The retailers can invest this money towards marketing the website and generating traffic.

An ecommerce organization, LAN Services has been giving customized shopping cart solutions and other eCommerce services to the companies across US, Europe and Australia. With the specialization in RMS eCommerce integration (www.lanservices.com/rms.htm), LAN Services team embraces of leading programmers, dedicated designers, project managers, and supporting staff. All of them are committed to provide both high quality off-the-shelf shopping carts and totally custom projects to meet your specific needs. They always come up with many lucrative ideas to help you get up and run quickly your online business.

About LAN Services, LLC

Lan Services, LLC is California based eCommerce Solution provider deals in Microsoft RMS Integration with RMS cart. Lan Services not only develops ePOS solution integrated with RMS, but also help you to upload inventory and download orders.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 28, 2009 at 5:47 am
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