Shopify which is Ottawa’s fastest developing company just added another Canadian client to their escalating list of fans. Canadian Made Mukluks which is a conventional Aboriginal footwear manufacturer based in Winnepeg, being owned and managed by both mother and her daughter, Heather McCormick and Marileen Bartlett, just released their fresh website on the online platform Shopify this week. The relationship makes a profound connection for the two companies. As one of the biggest manufacturers of conventional and genuine moccasins and fur boots, Canadian Made Mukluks achieved triumph with their online store but settled it was the best point for a change. “Knowing that we are an Aboriginal based manufacturer, we are confident of the record linked to our products,” stated by a representative of Canadian Made Mukluks. Of course, it does not indicate that the company cannot take the business to the innovations of e-commerce advancements.
Shopify was established back in 2005 and presently hosts over up to 30,000 online stores with almost millions of products sold. The secure shopping cart feature utilized 128 bit SSL certificates as well as over up to 50 integrated gateways that allows users to pay using credit cards, PayPal and other paying options. The biggest advantage for the Canadian Made Mukluks apart from the user-friendliness is the search engine optimization (seo) feature that is built-in that makes sure that Canadian Made Mukluks could efficiently compete with the competition. The company stated that it is essential for them to provide their client base with the best possible online shopping experience at all times.