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Shopware and Inviqa seal enterprise partnership

Shopware and Inviqa seal enterprise partnership  

Schöppingen/London, 17.08.2017 – Shopware today announced an enterprise partnership with Inviqa to accelerate its growth in the UK.

With 200 employees, 7 UK offices, and industry-leading ecommerce expertise, technology partner and consultancy Inviqa is primed to bring German ecommerce platform Shopware to more UK retailers.

Shopware CEO Stefan Heyne said: ‘Our partnership with Inviqa represents a major step forward for Shopware’s UK growth strategy. With a client portfolio that includes the likes of Arsenal, Graze, Virgin, the BBC, and Dreams, Inviqa’s experience will help us bring scalable, flexible ecommerce to more UK businesses’.

With more than 60,000 customers, Shopware is the leading ecommerce platform in German-speaking countries and is quickly expanding to international markets. Its award-winning software is used by household brands including Segway, PerfectHome, and Sysmex.

Richard Jackson, director of Inviqa’s ecommerce practice, said: ‘Shopware is a compelling ecommerce solution for B2C and B2B organisations, and is backed by 13 years of successful implementations. We’re excited to add Shopware to our ecommerce portfolio, and to be a part of the company’s international expansion’.

A first joint project will be a webinar held on the 4th of September on the topic “The 7 deadly sins of B2B digital transformation (and how to avoid them)”. This webinar will be hosted by InternetRetailing: http://internetretailing.net/events/event/turn-disruption-economic-success-b2b-ecommerce-business/



Wiljo Krechting

Wiljo Krechting

Manager Public Relations

Wiljo Krechting is an ecommerce expert and Manager Public Relations at the ecommerce platform provider Shopware. The media professional has a master’s degree in political science and journalism from the universities of Münster and Melbourne, where he gained experience as a foreign correspondent for the publisher Axel-Springer-Verlag. Krechting has worked as a journalist at Rheinische Post, WELT, BILD, Hamburger Abendblatt and the Australian business portal theaustralian.com.