'We didn’t want to go online for the sake of going online, we saw companies make that mistake. We wanted our online platform to add to the customer experience ' - MD Dennis O'Connor
Dublin: Ballymount Cross, Glasnevin, Kilshane Cross, Bluebell, Cabra
Galway: Gort, Oranmore
Kildare: Prosperous, Naas
Wexford: C&D providers
- No eCommerce solution in place.
- Business needed to modernise.
- Product Information Management (PIM) tool.
- Delivery scheduler.
- Full integration into our back-office trading system.
One of Ireland’s largest independent merchants, TJ O’Mahony is part of a group (HPC) that is currently trading from 16 locations. Home project Centre Limited Group (HPC) is a privately-owned business which trades under brands such as TJ O’Mahony, C&D Providers and PH Ross.
TJ O’Mahony did not have an eCommerce solution and recognised that trading trends were shifting towards digital. The country also went into lockdown at the same time of the launch which restricted the company’s ability to trade from their branches.
The company launched a new website built on the eCommonSense platform at the beginning of 2020. It included class-leading functionality along with a hugely expanded product range with all of the associated data needed for customers to make a purchase.
The website, supplied by the award-winning eCommonSense team, saw revenues exceed £100,000 in the first three days with server capacity having to be boosted hourly to cope with the unforeseen demand.
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If, like most people, you want to increase your eCommerce revenue but are not sure of what the best way is to go, then book a free phone consultation with Andy Scothern. Not only is he the founder of eCommonSense, he is also the digital and product data expert for the BMBI, so you’ll be in good hands!
eCommonSense founder and MD