Our team was involved in developing Mobile Application for the biggest Australian Chain of supermarkets and grocery stores. When we took over, the mobile application had a rating of around 2 stars. Rigorous user experience analysis along with redesigning and redevelopment of the complete app propelled the rating of the app to 4 stars in less than a year. This accomplishment received accolades from the customers and the top management of the firm alike.

Main components of the applications are:


Mobile app that is accessed by visitors to the online shop. Category, product, and other pages (e.g., search, bestsellers, etc.) are dynamically generated by the software based on the information saved in the store database. The look of the storefront can normally be changed by the administrator so that it merges with their website (i.e., with the pages not controlled by the shopping cart software in use on the store).


The area of the Web store that is accessed by the merchant to manage the online shop. The amount of store management features changes depending on the sophistication of the shopping cart software chosen by the merchant, but in general, a store manager is able to add and edit products, categories, discounts, shipping and payment settings, etc. Order management features are also included in many shopping cart programs.

Designing a retail application involves implementing various modules such as:

  • User profile
  • User item list
  • Product browsing
  • Catalog browsing
  • Catalog management
  • Payment
  • Checkout
  • Shipping, And more…

We have also worked with web e-commerce such as Magento, Openbravo and Joomla. Our expertise can implement open source systems for your retail application needs. Whether it is mobile or web we have a solution that fits your needs.