BASIC thinking: How SHOPMACHER works
The BASIC thinking team regularly shows insights into the offices of corporations, agencies and start-ups. Exclusive site portraits are created under the motto “This is how … works”. The team of BASIC thinking also took a look behind the scenes of SHOPMACHER and captured the insights in a series of pictures.
A fixed part of the day for the shopmachers: analyzing and optimizing the online stores.
Excerpt from the site portrait: At the e-commerce agency Shopmacher, everything revolves around the development and expansion of online stores. In the site portrait, we take a look behind the scenes of the company. At Shopmacher, the name says it all. Because online shops are part of the agency’s daily business. These include product platforms, online marketplaces and other e-transaction applications.
The work also focuses on the operation, expansion and further development of e-commerce platforms. To achieve this, the shopmacher are basing their digital strategy on key performance indicators.
The shopmachers are IT experts
CEO André Roitzsch and CTO Manuel Ludvigsen-Diekmann focus their company’s work not only on the development of online stores. The agency expertise also relates to the topic of IT in general. Thus, the team also creates layouts and designs for the self-developed platforms.
Brands such as BVB, Gamescom, Matratzen Concord and Engbers are among the shopmachers’ customers. The agency also built a tech stack based on MACH for the sport2000.de association group.
This is how the e-commerce company Shopmacher works
Since 2005, the Shopmacher team has grown to 79 employees. In addition to an office in the “Silicon Valley of Münsterland”, the e-commerce agency also has two offices in Vietnam.
After two years in which gamescom was held exclusively online, the world’s largest games event will become a hybrid event this year. Shopmacher is responsible for the further development of the digital customer experience on the “gamescom now” content hub.
The vendor market for commerce solutions is on the move. Experts see a move toward composable commerce and cloud-based solutions. What should a future-proof commerce system look like? Manuel Ludvigsen-Diekmann, CTO of SHOPMACHER, joins two other commerce experts to talk about the most important ShopTech requirements for 2023.
How 1A Medizintechnik and SHOPMACHER digitize the procurement of emergency equipment for emergency services
Many rescue stations still work very analogously today. In order to reorder products, the paramedics often walk through their warehouses themselves with pen and paper and note what is missing. An office worker then types the note, the supervisor acknowledges it and the order is sent to the wholesaler by fax or telephone.