We’re growing by leaps and bounds, adding many new styles every day...
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2014
Up To 34, a large online retailer of women’s church suits, church dresses and dressy ensembles for all occasions, announced the launch today the launch of WomenSuitsUpTo34.com, their extensive new shopping cart website to accommodate Up To 34’s growing inventory.
Up To 34’s catalog of women’s suits and other festive outfits, features many name brand designers like Donna Vinci Suits, one of the leading manufacturers of high quality women's suits and other formal and semi-formal ladies’ outfits, touted as “perfect for business functions, religious events or any dignified social gathering.”
The name “Up To 34” is derived from the fact that they boast a huge range of sizes that goes up to 34 in some numbers. James L, Up To 34’s founder and owner, states, “We’re growing by leaps and bounds, adding many new styles every day, and this new website has the power and user ease we need to make these beautiful garments available to everyone.”
The powerful new shopping cart platform (proudly tagged “Goozga, the shopping cart with a brain”), was invented by TRIXMEDIA, an online marketing and Web development company in Beverly Hills, who also handles Up To 34’s marketing needs. “Goozga features many advantages over other shopping cart platforms,” says Hirbod Human, CEO of TRIXMEDIA. “It’s dynamic, strong and reliable with multiple layers of functionality to manage any imaginable online shopping scenario. As a licensed service, it comes with a team of coders and Web design specialists to provide all needed maintenance and security updates, as well as training and support for administrators. It has advanced pricing that gives the client the ability to set up multiple pricing rules for different shoppers, locales and products. And Goozga links with Google Analytics to supply Goozga businesses with more sophisticated data than an ordinary shopping cart website. And that’s just the beginning!”
“We are very excited about our new website,” says Mr. L, “and we invite everyone to visit us there.”