1. Single Vendor: Unlike multi-vendor platforms, a single vendor website is operated by a single seller who manages the entire inventory and product listings.
  2. Product Catalog: The website features a comprehensive catalog of products or services offered by the vendor, including detailed descriptions, images, and pricing information.
  3. Shopping Cart: Customers can add desired items to their shopping cart as they browse the website, enabling them to review and modify their selected products before proceeding to checkout.
  4. Checkout Process: The website provides a secure and streamlined checkout process, allowing customers to enter shipping details, select payment options, and complete their purchases.
  5. Payment Gateway Integration: Integration with various payment gateways enables customers to make online payments conveniently, using methods such as credit/debit cards, digital wallets, or bank transfers.
  6. Order Management: The vendor can efficiently manage and track customer orders, including order fulfillment, shipping, and handling returns or refunds if necessary.
  7. User Accounts: Customers have the option to create user accounts on the website, which can offer benefits like personalized recommendations, order history tracking, and saved payment/shipping information for future purchases.
  8. Customer Support: Contact information, such as a customer service hotline or email, is provided to assist customers with any inquiries, concerns, or support they may need during their shopping experience.
  9. Mobile-Friendly Design: The website is designed to be responsive and mobile-friendly, allowing customers to access and shop from the platform using smartphones or tablets.
  10. Marketing and Promotions: The vendor can implement marketing strategies such as discounts, promotional offers, loyalty programs, or email newsletters to attract and retain customers.