Cervera, which was founded in 1987, is Sweden’s leading chainstore for high quality kitchen products and home furnishings. It has 70 stores nationwide, and provides products to the NK Glas, Porslin & Kök department in Nordiska Kompaniet stores in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The chain has a long tradition of selling selected quality products for cooking, serving and decoration via its store network and e-commerce platform.
Cervera’s vision is to be Sweden’s foremost destination for home and household shopping, and an important piece of the puzzle is ensuring that eCommerce interacts with the physical stores in a natural way.
During 2015, and as part of its expansion strategy, Cervera launched a modern eCommerce site based on the Storm Commerce platform – delivering an improved user experience and extended functionality, including the option of ordering online and collecting in store. The move included an extension of the range, the introduction of a completely new logistics solution, and an increased level of interaction between the physical stores and eCommerce.
By using Storm Commerce, Cervera has obtained a stable and scalable platform that is well suited for range expansion and omnichannel selling.
Sportson was founded in Gothenburg in 1980 and is today run as a franchise concept with 23 stores in 14 locations around the country. Sportson sells top-branded bicycles.
With Storm Commerce platform, the cycling specialist chain Sportson has started selling directly to consumers via e-commerce and established solutions and concepts to meet new demands from both the private and public sectors.Read more here
Since the foundation over 100 years ago, Spendrups Breweries have grown into Sweden’s leading brewery. Despite its size, the family has never renounced the proximity to the soul of the beer and its craftsmanship. With Storm Commerce, Spendrups has received a consumer-inspired e-commerce solution that targets the company’s B2B customers.Read more here
Blåkläder is one of the largest manufacturers of workwear in Sweden and is active on the international market via resellers and direct sales to larger companies.
Storm Commerce provides a robust B2B ecommerce solution and an advanced PIM implementation for multiple markets.Read more and download case
Cervera, founded in 1987, is Sweden’s leading chainstore for high quality kitchen products and home styling products.
By using Storm Commerce, Cervera has obtained a stable and scalable platform that is well suited for omnichannel and 3PL solutions.Read more and download case
Adlibris was founded in 1997 and is one of the major pioneers of Swedish eCommerce.
Adlibris exemplifies how Storm Commerce can be used to offer a very extensive range of products on several different markets with minimal manual intervention.Read more
KitchenTime was founded in 2013 with a vision to establish itself as the leading Nordic etailer of kitchen equipment. Via acquisition of Confident Living and the formation of Kitchentime Group, the company has broadened its productrange and is one of the fastest growing ecommerce companies in the Nordic today.
Storm Commerce allows KitchenTime to streamline the management of its large and rapidly growing product range and focus on automated technology-driven ecommerce.Read more and download case
Svenska Färghusgruppen, is a central organization for 17 paint retailers in Sweden. The stores have traditionally handled most of their sales in stores, thanks to their local presence.
With its e-commerce initiative, Svenska Färghusgruppen wants to reach out to a broader market and increase sales to private individuals. The new e-commerce solution gives the retailers the opportunity to strengthen their local brands and increase sales.Read more here
Swedish Match is a traditional B2B producer that has played an important role in the industrial and commercial sector in Sweden since the early 20th century.
With Storm Commerce’s headless platform, Swedish Match has gone from traditional sales through retailers to direct online sales offering a seamless shopping experience in all channels.Read more