eCommerce, B2B-ordering system and CRM for Ralf Ringer

Our client

  • Sector: Consumer Discretionary
  • Industry: Apparel & Textile Products
  • Sub-Industry: Apparel, Footwear & Acc Design
  • Ralf Ringer ZAO was founded in 2000. The Company's line of business includes the production of women's footwear designed primarily for dresses, street, and work.

Project goals

  1. Provide consumers with the opportunity to order footwear directly from the B2C-webshop. 
  2. Provide dealers with web-application and WIN32-software to order footwear.
  3. Give Ralf Ringer employees in all factories and warehouses the ability to manage orders online. 

Solution

Project included these components:

  1. Planning and strategy
  2. IA
  3. UX- and UI-development
  4. Coding
  5. Programming
  6. Integration
    1. Warehouse and CRM
    2. Warehouse and eCommerce
    3. Warehouse and B2B
    4. CRM and B2B
    5. CRM and eCommerce
  7. Content management
  8. QA
  9. Support

Platform

Bitrix Site Manager

Used for eCommerce frontoffice. Provided Ralf Ringer with site management tools and interfaces.

CRM

Custom developed solution for B2B orders management. Available as web-application and WIN32-software.

LAMP

Linux Debian, Apache, MySQL Enterprise and PHP were used as platform.

Methodology

Cetera team used classic waterfall development process in this project. The waterfall model is a sequential design process in which progress is seen as flowing steadily downwards (like a waterfall) through the phases of Conception, Initiation, Analysis, Design, Construction, Testing, Production/Implementation and Maintenance.

Development cycle was divided into 3 parts: eCommerce, B2B orders, CRM. It took 7 months to launch all the project components.


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Vladislav Ukhov
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