Having burnt their fingers once due to a botched migration attempt with a BigCommerce Enterprise partner, this luxury lifestyle brand approached WebMaxed for managing its SEO. In just ten months with us, Natori was able to grow their revenues from $221,000 to $366,000.

Client: Natori
Project Date: 14 March 2018

Challenge And Solutions

Natori approached us with two clear objectives – improving brand recognition and creating an ecommerce platform. While they already had a customer base, they wanted to expand online and expand their customer base further.

WebMaxed conducted a detailed digital audit for Natori and identified multiple major & minor issues in their website as well as its migration. We corrected them all to such an extent that this sleepwear & lingerie brand signed us up for their other digital projects as well.


Our Strategy

The challenge ahead of WebMaxed developers was to upgrade a running ecommerce website to include additional features and that too in the presence of an active user base. We choose to use a combination of .Net and AWS to achieve this objective in an efficient manner.

Our designer reviewed, recalibrated and reintegrated some crucial codes to provide a seamless experience and stunning appearance to the existing portal. We even included an improved UX with enhanced business logic and included a host of technology upgrades. All this was done without even once disturbing the customer experience.

Delivering Results

The brand’s monthly revenues rose by 65.47% from $221,000 to $366,000 in just 10 months! Even their transaction numbers grew by 55.18% in the same period. Their organic transactions have gone up by 82.27%, while their Year-On-year revenues have jumped by 86.3% compared to last year.

1.00% CTR
22% Less CPA
303% ROI


Visual identity plays an important role in the way customer judge a brand. We at WebMaxed lay a strong emphasis on understanding the psychology of design and the importance of visual communication while using typography, pictures and illustrations.


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