I’m looking to create a website which contains a catalogue of products. However, my client doesn’t wish to sell them online at the moment (but might like to in the future). It is also a b2b business model, and therefore doesn’t want to display prices online (as some customers have different prices than others – and have accounts with him). When they get to the product page, it will say ‘Call XXX to order’ rather than ‘add to basket’.
I’m looking to create him a new website on Webflow and have started by trying to just use CMS – but keep coming up against barriers such as categorisation and multi-reference limits.
Is there a way to create a website for him using the e-commerce tools – and would I be forced to (1) have a basket and (2) include prices?
If the above is possible – would I have to still pay for the e-commerce plan? (since users won’t actually be ‘buying’ online?)
He has displayed an interest in finding a way to sell online in the future, so this would feel more ‘futlureproof’ than using CMS.
Thanks in advance!
His current website: http://www.traditionalhardwaredirect.com