Beautiful Shopify Websites That Get Results

OneClick designs, builds and supports beautiful Shopify stores for Kiwi businesses.

Your New Zealand Shopify Partner

A Shopify store is the ideal eCommerce solution for small and medium New Zealand businesses who want to sell online.

That’s not just our opinion. In New Zealand Shopify has grown to have a 17.22% market share of all online shops.

This means that it is now just behind WooCommerce which is a “free” product.

Magento, the competitor that most closely matches Shopify for functionality, has dropped to 6.6% market share.

OneClick has over 10 years of eCommerce experience with team members having up to 18 years’ experience.

 Email David Haysom for free advice on the suitability of Shopify for your online store.

Shopify Services

OneClick offers the following services:

Shopify stores design and build

Customising Shopify templates

Customising Shopify themes

Building Shopify Apps

Shopify Search Engine Optimisation

Migrations to Shopify

Integrating Shopify to other systems

Shopify Plus design and build

Support for your existing Shopify store

Shopify Pros and Cons


Enormous functionality out of the box

Lower cost to get started than systems like Magento and BigCommerce

Easy to use interface for maintaining shopping content

The Shopify monthly licence fee includes hosting meaning this aspect of your site is worry free

Shopify cloud hosting is screaming fast, secure, reliable and does not have any data caps

Unlimited orders at no additional charge

Shopify Payments is highly secure, trusted by customers and comes free (credit card charges still apply)

Excellent Search Engine Optimisation baked in and modifiable (SEO)

If you need custom functionality, Shopify is very flexible and customisable

Large numbers of off the shelf Shopify Apps to extend functionality

Built in blogging capability

Over 600,000 Shopify stores have been built which means safety in numbers


Although in comparison to other cloud online shop solutions, Shopify is very flexible, if you have unique needs you may need to go with a fully customisable solution. (For example, OneClick’s 360 eCommerce.)