Mobile first e-commerce

The internet has become a huge shop and everyone wants to take on the digital challenge and enter the e-commerce area. Most companies want to sell their products online while offering a service that is comparable to an experience in real life. Mobile phones are becoming our first point of reference when we want to buy something, and it will be essential to offer customers a seamless mobile experience.

At the same time, the potential of m-commerce goes beyond mobile apps and online shopping. We see “mobile first” as a way to bridge the gap between offline and online. By tracking the interactions of a user on their mobile phone, businesses can give customers a better and more relevant service not just online, but also in their physical stores through technology like bluetooth beacons.

We have supported many B2B and B2C clients in their e-commerce endeavors with a number of different products:

  • Online shops
  • Product catalogues
  • Integrations with PIM (Product Information Management) systems
  • Integrations with DAM (Digital Asset Management) and other systems
  • Mobile apps
  • PWA (Progressive Web Application) frameworks

An e-commerce platform does not stand on its own and is often part of a larger ecosystem. That’s why we have a close look at your vision, business context, KPIs and other high-level elements the mobile e-commerce will exist in.

To get the best out of your e-commerce platform and boost the conversion rate we also offer maintenance support, traffic analysis and system optimization.

Tools we use

  • EPiServer commerce
  • Ucommerce
  • Virto Commerce
  • Vue Storefront – progressive web app framework

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Client highlights

A beautifully bold website for Libratone, reflecting their innovative and high-end brand.

Cutting-edge solutions for the Swedish supermarket chain Coop to increase their revenue from e-commerce.

A new website makes it a breeze to locate documentation, while users are blissfully unaware of the thorny Episerver backend integrations.

Matprat’s chatbot uses machine learning to show users how to turn a few ingredients into a great dish.

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