After talking about commerce platforms, it's time to talk about Shopify specifically. Tell them that Shopify combines robust management tools, industry-leading hosting, powerful apps, and a thriving developer community into a fully-featured and flexible commerce platform.
After you've discussed what your client should be looking for in a commerce platform, you can walk them through how Shopify is positioned to be the best bet for their project. Not only are you excited to build their shop on Shopify, but you feel that Shopify will be a solid platform for your client to build their business. Before you dive into the things that Shopify can do, it's good to make it clear what exactly Shopify is and how much of the shop it can handle.
What is Shopify?
Shopify combines robust management tools, industry-leading hosting, powerful apps, and a thriving developer community into a fully-featured and flexible platform.
Shopify is both the site where your client’s customers will shop, and the site your client will go to manage their store. The public site will provide all of the pages and features that they expect in a modern ecommerce site. The admin site gives them a protected area to manage their site, manage customer orders and payment, control product inventory, and so much more.
Shopify is the control center for their commerce experience. It's the website their customers will shop from. It's the point-of-sale system they can use in their retail stores. It's their inventory management system.
It's a complete package of seamlessly integrated products and services that helps your client build a successful business.