Crowders to sell website platform

An opportunity has arisen to purchase the website platform of W Crowder & Sons Ltd.

Chairman and chief executive of W Crowder & Sons, Robert Crowder
Chairman and chief executive of W Crowder & Sons, Robert Crowder
Since the sale of Crowders garden centre to Wyevale Garden Centres in 2016, the company has decided to focus on its core wholesale nursery businesses and is therefore offering the websitewww.crowders.co.uk for sale.
Built by a specialist contractor on a Magento Enterprise platform through 2015, there are features including a marketplace module, links to Amazon, ebay and Tesco shopping platforms and the capability of offering a full multi-channel solution for retailers through back-end integration.
The current owners say they have already taken all of the development "pain" to offer a site that is built and developed to deliver a properly integrated multi-channel retailing platform.
The sale includes all intellectual assets and property rights, customer databases, links, back-end interfaces, payment gateways and assigned hosting arrangements, Facebook pages and all relevant social media access.

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