Our constantly expanding live projects base shows the results of our work.
Zadig & Voltaire’s PWA is already available on nine of its markets, including France, Italy, UK, Switzerland, China, Portugal, Belgium, Spain, and Germany. But it just the beginning. Due to the COVID-implied accelerated shift to online retail, Z&V plans to further develop its digital transformation by improving the existing functionalities on its eCommerce site's existing functionalities, focusing heavily on strengthening the omnichannel strategy.
Butcher of Blue, a modern fashion brand that is written itself in the sustainability trend, was never neglecting the potential of the online channel in reaching out to its customers. Yet, at some point, it realized that meeting their expectations is not enough, and - to win the digital-savvy market - they must be overstepped. Fortunately, ITononomy, the eCommerce agency, specialized in getting most out of Magento, knew precisely what to do.
Despite its association with classic styling, Thomas Kent is very up to date when it comes to digital technology. In the beginning, the company was focused solely on B2B sales, both offline and online, but it decided to expand its reach by launching the B2C online platform in 2016.
Rooted Objects, an online marketplace from India, quickly realized that annoyingly slow web performance for mobile users would have a significant negative influence on conversion rates.
Wonect.com is a globally operating marketplace selling Japanese products all over the world. Over a year ago, it encountered the typical challenges that every rapidly-growing online entity faces as it scales up. Here is how they handled them.
Kubota is an iconic Polish fashion brand that turned towards modern eCommerce trends, mobile-first and PWA included, to reintroduce its famous shoe brand to the market, gaining over 1000 orders in the first month.