Storm Commerce allows KitchenTime to streamline the management of its large and rapidly growing product range.

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About Kitchentime

KitchenTime was founded in 2013 with the goal of building Scandinavia’s best online kitchen utensils store. Today, the company has one of the biggest kitchen & serving product ranges in Sweden, and is available in three other markets – Norway, Denmark and Finland. In 2016, KitchenTime opened its first physical store, located in central Uppsala.

One of KitchenTime’s biggest and principal growth factors has been its range expansion. In order to handle this, a platform is required that provides powerful support for supplier integrations and everything else that comes with having a large range of products.


Storm Commerce allows KitchenTime to streamline the management of its large and rapidly growing product range. The warehouse logic of more than 200 suppliers has been integrated in the system, and rule-based prices make it possible to manage pricing with minimal manual effort, resulting in a better yield.

One important aspect is that Storm Commerce is a cloud service that KitchenTime can grow with and upscale as and when the need arises, without having to think about performance. In addition, KitchenTime also considers it important that the platform allows them to work on the development of their frontend internally.

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Adlibris exemplifies how Storm Commerce can be used to offer a very extensive range of products on several different markets with minimal manual intervention.

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Autoexperten is a nationwide auto accessories and spare parts chain with around 70 stores and 410 affiliated workshops.

The Storm Commerce platform gives Autoexperten a robust ecommerce solution in a complex world.

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Storm Commerce allows KitchenTime to streamline the management of its large and rapidly growing product range and focus on automated technology-driven ecommerce.

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The Storm Commerce platform which is used for the entire group is compatible with many different business systems and can handle large product ranges and complicated data structures.


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Storm Commerce allows Digital Inn to manage their multiple brands through one single account, simplifying everything from product administration to procurement.


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Storm Commerce gives Confident Living full control over its product range and allows it to “dropship”, i.e. to have products sent directly from the supplier to the customer.

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