BAUHAUS Sweden wanted a stable and responsive eCommerce platform for their website that would allow them to customise everything and also first-class integration capabilities for their stock management solution and payment options.Vaimo created an online trade environment that suits B2C and B2B buyers alike and provides them with virtual tools that make shopping effortless.The site allows the customer to shop with ease, locate the nearest retailer, order installations and even arrange special deliveries.
Fjällräven’s main goal was to offer their products to customers directly through a site that conveyed the brand’s dedication to outdoor activities and offered functional guides and advice on how and where to use their timeless apparel and outdoor recreation gear. The premium brand wanted to tell their story to their customers in a responsive and useful way- through interviews, photos, and videos on how to take on the great outdoors.
The overall Cape Union Mart project had five key objectives: to re-platform the website to Magento Enterprise, enable attraction, to process and fulfil a significantly greater number of online transactions and to integrate Magento into the current environment.
BAUHAUS Denmark wanted to be able to present their large assortment of products on their site and easily upload content. They recognised that physical advertisement flyers often did not make it to their customers, and BAUHAUS Denmark wanted a digital and responsive way to connect with their customers, via desktop, mobile and tablet.
Vallila’s vision was to build a web shop that would offer a direct channel of communication to their customers and provide a unique brand experience. Of course, the home textile company needed a responsive site that would cater to customers visiting the site from various devices. Vallila wanted to develop an eCommerce site on an agile platform that would easily allow them to expand to global markets in the future, and do this with a solution provider with experience in global growth.
TIMco needed an eCommerce platform that could support the day to day complexities of their growing B2B business. The company wanted a new eCommerce solution which would handle every single customer’s unique pricing structure, discounts and carriage terms. They also needed real time data about about the stock, products, orders and new clients to sync directly into Magento, something their previous site didn’t do.
Pavers required a new complete redesigned user experience for their different customer personas. The site needed to cater for the visitors from different mobile devices and address Pavers multi-channel requirements.
Kalevala Koru wanted to find a partner who would help to completely rethink the user experience and interface design of their eCommerce site and find a reliable platform to further grow their business in the global markets. In 6 months, Vaimo’s project team delivered two completely redesigned and a fully responsive eCommerce sites in three languages - Finnish, English and German.
Hexaplan needed a new web shop that would support their B2B business with individual price lists, and an integration with their ERP system to automate manual processes. The leading office furniture store also wanted to provide their customers with a fantastic user experience, an optimised search engine, and shipping and payment options. Hexaplan also wished to implement features like live chat and drop shipping to further optimise the site for their customers.
Vaimo helped to deliver IJP Design an eCommerce solution that is scalable and functional but at the same time highly distintive in design and quality. The site allows visitors to shop by look and it has strong front and back imagery on product pages. Vaimo also integrated the IJP Design live Twitter feed on the web site.
Top Streetwear’s previous eCommerce platform did not allow them to grow and add specific features they needed on the site. They were looking for a platform that is highly customisable, supports their need for implementing and managing high volume number of campaigns and that is SEO friendly to expand to different markets. They chose Magento in 2011 because of its broad functionality and the deep customisation level, which have helped the company to reach its eCommerce goals.
Action Gear’s ambition for their online presence was a modernised site with the ability to extend as the business grew. They wanted an improved search function, an updated home page and menu experience, and also an integration with one of South Africa’s leading rewards programmes - eBucks.