Medusa is a headless eCommerce engine that combines great developer experience with unlimited possibilities for customization to meet business requirements.
What is Medusa.js?
Medusa.js is a modular, headless eCommerce platform. This means that the frontend and backend are separated, and each element of the platform is a separate module that works together. For example, there are separate modules for the shopping cart, products, and order management. This approach, combined with open source code, provides flexibility and makes it easy to adapt the system to any business model, whether it's B2C, B2B, Multi-Vendor Marketplace, or a simple web application. Medusa.js is a fully free and open source product, developed by the community. This means that it's freely available and can be developed by anyone. Additionally, it comes with a ready-to-use admin panel that can be customized as needed. It has numerous integrations that are available for free, and the technology is rapidly developing. Currently, there are over 20,000 shops based on this technology, and its open source code has been liked by over 17,000 developers on GitHub.
Medusa.js utilizes a headless architecture, which means that the frontend and backend are separated, giving merchants greater flexibility in customizing their storefront and adding new features.
Sellers can sell their products through multiple channels, including online, mobile devices, social media, and marketplaces.
Medusa.js provides advanced inventory management features, including inventory tracking and low-stock notifications.
Sellers can manage orders from a single dashboard, including order processing, order tracking, and handling returns.
Medusa.js integrates with various payment gateways, allowing for secure and convenient payment processing.
Medusa.js supports shipping integrations with major carriers, allowing merchants to streamline their shipping processes.
Sellers can manage their product catalogs, including product images, descriptions, prices, and variants.
Medusa.js enables merchants to create discounts and promotions and manage them to encourage customers to make purchases.
Medusa.js provides detailed analytical and reporting features, allowing merchants to track the performance of their store and make data-driven decisions.
It depends. Depending on the scope and scale of the project, the price can range from a few thousand to several hundred thousand euros. If you want to know the approximate price of your idea, please contact us.
It depends. The duration of creating an online store depends on its complexity and the number of functionalities. Projects are usually executed in stages, which means that the basic version of the store can already be launched and start selling, while we continue working on adding further functionalities.
At Rigby, there's nothing we love more than delving into exciting ideas and collaborating with our clients to find the best solutions. Whether you're dealing with a complex technical problem or a strategic business challenge, we're here to help you overcome your challenges. If you're ready to take your company to the next level, let's start the conversation today.