Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2014
Up To 34, an online clothing store specializing in dressy women’s suits and church suits for women, today announced the launch of their new, expanded website, WomenSuitsUpTo34.com. “We needed a bigger, faster, better shopping cart platform to accommodate our rapidly growing inventory,” explains James L, Up To 34’s founder and owner. To accomplish this, Up To 34 made a deal to license an advanced shopping cart technology called Goozga, which was developed by Hirbod Human of TRIXMEDIA, an online marketing and Web development company based in Beverly Hills, CA, who asp handles Up To 34’s marketing needs.
Among the name brands carried on WomenSuitsUpTo34.com is Divine Apparel, a leading designer and manufacturer and wholesaler of women’s church suits and dress suits that offers many other brands within its catalog, such as Nubiano, GMI, Divine Casuals and Todd & Olivia. Up To 34 is offering the complete Spring and Summer collections from all these brands and more.
The name “Up To 34” is derived from their huge range of sizes that goes up to 34 in some styles. James L, Up To 34’s founder and owner, states, “We’re very proud of our growing inventory, and our new website has the power and user ease we need to make these beautiful styles easily available to everyone.”
The Goozga shopping cart platform (proudly tagged “Goozga, the shopping cart with a brain”), features many advantages over other shopping cart platforms. “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 that’s just the beginning,” says Goozga inventor Hirbod Human.
“We are very excited about the launch of WomenSuitsUpTo34.com,” says Mr. L, “and we invite everyone to visit us there.”