This year, Agathon AG was particularly excited for the International Exhibition on Metalworking (Internationale Ausstellung für Metallbearbeitung) in Stuttgart. This is where the Swiss expert for laser and sanding machines presented their online shop prototype for standards in mould construction.
In close cooperation with Agathon and Product Owner Jenny Strittmatter, owner of B2B Digitalisation, W4 realised the project within 14 days. Agathon also works with agile methods, which allowed for a particularly constructive and efficient realisation. Ms Strittmatter hits the mark in describing the collaboration as a "super sprint" in her LinkedIn post. About the project, the B2B Digitalisation owner says:
"I have had so much fun with this project. Martin and his team of developers didn't simply do their job, they also put their heads together and came up with great ideas. That's how being agile works! After I was already happy with the result, they optimised even further. Thanks to the whole team."
The e-commerce platform Magento (now Adobe Commerce) was used as the software for the B2B online shop. With a large selection of extensions and integrations, the open source software lent itself to the ambitious project. The product information management (PIM) runs via Akeneo. This PIM solution enables the central management of product information for the online shop - from marketing to sales. Independent from which technology is used, a prototype is particularly suitable for B2B customers who are undecided whether their clients are in need for online orders at all. We are happy to advise you on this together with Jenny Strittmatter.