Magento Propels Silversmiths to Corner the Web…

The New Hersey Magento Online StoreEstablished in 1955, M. C. Hersey & Son Ltd is a Silversmiths based in London. The business specialises in the manufacture of sterling silver tableware as well as jewellery and contemporary silver gifts. All their silverware bears their own hallmark and until recently was only available by visiting exclusive stores.

Step forward to 2013, Hersey has just released it’s new Magento based e-Commerce¬†website,¬†www.hersey.co.uk,¬†enabling everyone to easily purchase their products.

Designed and developed by the award-winning Perceptant101 (http://www.perceptant101.com), the store features some exclusive functionality, never before seen in Magento based sites.

The project took a little over 3 months to deliver, from original sketches and wireframes to fully operational store. Hersey are delighted with the end result, so much so, that they are promoting the entire project and it’s new partnership with Perceptant101 via the general press and specialist media.

Containing hundreds of products, video on demand, item reviews and integration in to Social Media, the site has already been showcased on a number of Magento review sites, as well as receiving gushing feedback from customers.

With the online store only going live in March 2013, Hersey is already working with its Magento Design and Magento Development partners, Perceptant101, on PhaseII, which includes a fully-responsive mobile version, designed to run across all devices including iPad, iPhone, Android and Internet TV’s.

To view the new Hersey store, please visit http://www.hersey.co.uk

 

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