• Why Shopware 6.0 may be the right solution for a unified commerce •

Monolithic', 'headless', 'composable' software... Which approach should you use to digitise your company's sales in 2024?

To help our customers find their way in the difficult world of new technologies related to online sales, we have prepared a document that we hope will provide some clarity.

With the didactic approach for which we are famous (some would say 'pedantic'), we try to explain in simple terms the basic concepts and different approaches of modern e-commerce.

The absolute star of our white paper, however, is Shopware 6.0, an open source software developed by a German company that is still little known in Italy and of which we have been partners for years.

Shopware operates mainly in the EMEA area, with a focus on the DACH countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), but is expanding into other areas of Europe, North America and Asia. Shopware's target segments are medium-sized B2C (above EUR 5 million in online sales) and B2B in a wide range of verticals, especially in the manufacturing industry.

In our white paper, we explain why, in our opinion, Shopware is adaptable to various B2B, B2C and D2C solutions, guaranteeing one of the lowest TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) in the industry, as well as relatively low costs for migration from other e-commerce software, such as Magento.

Moreover, thanks to its native features, Shopware is already ready to realise a true 'unified commerce': it is 'omnichannel' (in terms of access to customer data, real time updating of stock, order tracking) and allows all this information to be managed from one centralised platform.

Happy reading! And don't hesitate to contact us for advice...

N.B. At the moment our white paper is only in Italian. An English translation is coming soon.

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