WooCommerce has been used by more than 4 online websites out there and is the most popular plugin built for WordPress. What started as a small project for a group of guys ended up being a multi-million revenue company that most of the popular brands use for selling their stuff online. It’s easy to install, secure and comes up with all pre-built tools which makes it the most popular choice out there.

Large-scale website can be really heavy and hard to load when there's a lot of orders going on each day. WooCommerce, by default, does not optimize this properly and thus site lag is quite frequent. ExN has handled numerous sites with heavy traffic and optimised the

PayPal, Braintree, Bolt, Stripe, Authorize.net, Amazon Pay, Apple Pay.. You name it. 
We've worked with all of these payment systems before and can easily help you integrate them within your woocommerce site


Clients adore WooCommerce mostly because of the time needed to set up and online e-commerce store for them. Second factor is money of course. You save thousands by simply using technology as such instead of persuading a custom-made solution.

It’s also really beneficial for the client to use admin panel, which comes predefined with this stack.


Our developers use WooCommerce to create, customize, and scale a store to meet a client’s exact specifications, making enhancements through extensions i.e. child theme or custom plugin. We:

  • Use hooks and filters to modify or create functionality.
  • Design and build custom content blocks with React.
  • Inspect and modify any aspect of the core plugin code.
  • Speed up development with a lightning-fast CLI.

Wait. I don't understand how WooCommerce integrates with WordPress?

WooCommerce is just one of the plugin for the WordPress. Recently it has been mixed and people thought its not dependable on WordPress whereas it's still just a plugin like any else for WordPress.

I have a business with thousands of products being sold each day. Is WooCommerce the right choise?

The answer to this is yes. Even though it can be quite a situational and some other tech might fill project needs better (which of course depends on the project) we assure you that WooCommerce can handle thousands of products when properly optimized.

Does WooCommerce support different types of product. As an example, subscriptions?

Yes. Even though natively, WooCommerce does not support subscriptions, there are official plugin to support it. Due to its extensibility it support most of the custom features needed via the additional plugin installation.