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Headless Development

Free your website from the structure and hassle of the back end by leveraging the headless CMS and web eCommerce solutions. AHT Tech brings years of eCommerce experience to help you drive innovation through a cost-effective headless approach for multi-channel eCommerce stores.


We help you drive advancement through modern headless commerce stores by combining comprehensive e-commerce knowledge and expertise.

Based on API-driven eCommerce platform

More UI design flexibility while maintaining relatively constant business rules for your website

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Based on API-driven CMS

We provides a content-rich website and an eCommerce component to functioning CMS-based website

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CMS Module Development

Create technical specifications and determine your demands for web content management, then construct a CMS module by them

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We do not limit our headless e-commerce development to a single platform.
We provide headless development services for a variety of frontend technologies, including.



AHT TECH drives thousands of organizations, across every industry, toward more innovative strategies, products, and services.







Wholesale & Retail


We aim to assist you in reducing the frequently variable expenses related to digital operations and project management.


We arrange a kick-off call to learn about your company’s needs, goals and requirements.

Analysis and Planning

We create a thorough task list for an eCommerce website, evaluate risk and problems that must be fixed and create a project schedule, cost and strategy.

Front-end Development

We reconsider the user interface and user experience on mobile, desktop or any presentation layer of your choosing and put modification into practice in keeping with your brand’s mission and identity.

Back-end Development

We develop custom APIs that can be used by the front end to fetch data from the server, as well as integrate with third-party services such as payment gateways, shipping providers, and fulfillment centers.


Activate new commerce pathways to enhance today’s client experience and create tomorrow’s competitive advantage

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We’re here to help you innovate with success. Our experts will conduct an in-depth analysis of your business model and industry to advise on implementing the most optimal technology solutions.


1. Can I implement a headless platform if I’ve recently launched a website upgrade?
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Whether you’re reviewing a recently-launched site or a site that’s been around for a long time, you can always migrate to a new eCommerce platform.

In our experience, there are two different “upgrade” scenarios that most projects fall under:

1. You’re launching an updated site with a new CMS. The eCommerce implementation should coincide with the launch of the site. This is a more complicated launch because two different systems are being built and launched simultaneously.

The challenge of this launch type is to minimize downtime or missed connection points between the eCommerce system and the CMS. The update will be much easier if the eCommerce portion is new and isn’t a replacement.

2. You have an existing CMS setup that you love and may (or may not) already have an existing eCommerce integration. In this case, migrating to a headless system means planning, as you’ll incorporate more elements from the eCommerce platform into the CMS. In other words, because you’ll be migrating to a headless setup, you’ll ask the CMS (and team) to do more.

2. Are there other types of headless implementations?  What is the “hybrid” concept?
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There are a few additional methods for creating headless architecture.

1. Headless Only: all front-end development is done in the CMS via API

2. Specific CMS Plugin: linking an eCommerce plugin explicitly produced for your content management system.

3. Hybrid: connecting a limited CMS option alongside powerful API architecture.

While further businesses may benefit from these options differently, hybrid architecture is typically the best approach. This possibility offers the utmost flexibility in producing your website alongside an internal CMS. This allows you to efficiently manage content from the front end while still pulling on the flexible headless framework.

3. Is AHT Tech a trusted secure information partner in digital transformation worldwide?
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AHT Tech has been awarded two different ISO certifications by QUACERT, including ISO 9001:2015 (quality management system) & ISO 27001:2013 (information security management system), on March 2023. By earning the strict requirements of these standards, AHT Tech indicates its commitment to information protection and to constantly delivering clients and workers with high-quality outcomes.

4. How does headless eCommerce support an omni-channel strategy?
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The complicated nature of multi-channel eCommerce connections requires efficient architecture, but so many eCommerce platforms work with a middle layer that enables contacts between the front and backends. With the headless architecture, businesses connect their disconnected commerce systems and achieve a centralized platform for all data. Unnecessary layers are removed, and architecture is streamlined. This single source of truth is essential for optimal connections between mobile/web experiences.

5. Does a headless implementation mean I can launch a new platform or websites faster?
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Absolutely. One of the biggest benefits of a headless implementation is the ability to launch marketing initiatives faster and with more customization to your market. The commerce platform and implementation process are planned to be open and flexible; with a decoupled framework, you’ll have more authority over what content you submit, the build of the storefront, and the design you choose. As a result, your marketing team has more control over the design and look and feel that goes live.

In addition, for developers leveraging the content management platform that they’re already familiar with means they have less of a learning curve.