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The popularity of online shopping has increased dramatically over the past few
years. There are plenty of options available if you not are planning to build your own
e-commerce solution, but sometimes it's better to use your own solutions. It may be
easy to find an e-commerce system but when it comes to extending it or using it, you
might come across a lot of difficulties.
If the customer’s unhappy, everyone’s unhappy!
Every great piece of software starts with a customer’s big idea. It’s your job as a
professional software developer to bring those ideas to life. But taking a vague
idea and turning it into working code—code that satisfies your customer—isn’t
so easy. In this chapter you’ll learn how to avoid being a software development
casualty by delivering software that is needed, on-time, and on-budget. Grab
your laptop and let’s set out on the road to shipping great software...
Then work backwards on the
overall margins to see what the range will need to be for your product to be competitive
in the end market and pay for all the value chain functions between you and the
consumer. Price margin examples have been provided for handicraft items, but note
that other product lines – food, personal care products, etc. many have different
margins. Shipping and warehouse costs tend to be consistent across products, since
space is space for these functions. The exception is when climate controlled (e.g.