Lecot-Raedschelders decided it was time to revamp their eCommerce site with a new B2B platform. Lecot wanted a visuals-rich, modern site that would draw in new customers and drive eCommerce with better presentations of products. Lecot also needed to automate product flow and selling procedures, and receive high quality Enterprise-level development and support.
38% Increase in Online Transactions
75% Increase in Online Sales
11% Increase in Average Order Value
60% Increase in Average Time Spent on Site
40% Decrease in Bounce Rate
75% Increase in Unique Number of Visitors
Helly Hansen wanted the perfect mixture of brand and commerce in order to inspire and guide their customers by instilling the customer journey with content and story-telling. Helly Hansen also owns many other sites for B2B, footwear, and more, and they needed to unite all of their sites with the same feel and design.
40% decrease in bounce rate
68% increase in time spent on site
32% increase in eCommerce conversion rate
56% improvement in average page load time
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.
Guthy-Renker’s Proactiv+ online store was built on hard-coded, inflexible templates that altered the stability of the shop. They wanted to switch to a responsive-driven design to cater to a mobile-driven target group, to enhance the customer experience and make the shop easier to update internally.
110% increase in organic search
100% more sessions
90% increase in revenue
125% more transactions on mobile
155% increase in revenue on mobile
Björn Borg wanted to make its eCommerce site more user-friendly, improve the checkout-process and make the site more cost-effective. The company selected Magento as it was recommended by other eCommerce companies and selected Vaimo, due to Vaimo’s extensive knowledge and expertise in eCommerce.
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.
Milla Boutique, a unique concept store in Oslo selling furniture, art, new & vintage interior with an international vibe, wanted their online store to reflect their meticulously curated shop. They wanted to sell via story-telling and inspiring images which would culminate in customers seeing not just products, but the whole interior the products create together. The boutique also wanted a blog platform that would allow staff to write stories around their selection of interior pieces.
30% - Decrease in average page load time
35% - Increase in new sessions from mobile
50% - Increase in average order value
Absolut Art wanted to offer a channel for artists to reach a global audience and make exclusive art accessible for regular consumers. Vaimo constructed a mobile-first, multi-site solution composed of two sections: Artists, and Artworks.
77% increase in sessions
105% increase in traffic from mobile
44% decrease in average page load time
275% increase in organic search
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Established over 160 years ago, Tilbords is Norway’s leading retailer of fine kitchenware, porcelain and interior products with some 130 stores located countrywide. With the exploding popularity of online shopping, the company deemed a fully functional ecommerce website an essential component in a competitive marketplace.
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.