Apptus, a leader in online merchandising solutions, today announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with Diamir Consulting, a fast-moving consulting agency specialised in ecommerce. With the partnership, Diamir will leverage the power of Apptus’ robust eSales platform to provide its customers with radically smarter merchandising solutions.
We are thrilled about partnering with Diamir.
"We are impressed by the speed of which Diamir has built a stable organisation and in just three years delivering quality projects to some of the best known consumer brands."Diamir Consulting has already created a name for themselves in the food industry, with customers like Skånemejerier and Arvid Nordquist, while Apptus has taken a leading role within online merchandising, delivering the eSales platform for optimising product search, navigation and recommendations for customers such as Kicks, Lyko, Bygghemma and Citygross.
- SIMON FREDRIKSSON APPTUS PARTNER MANAGER
Our customers share the same pains
While comparing our customers’ challenges with those of Diamir, we soon realised that they share the same pains. The current digital acceleration creates new challenges for retailers. It is hard to win consumer loyalty online.
"A key success factor in succeeding with ecommerce is to be relevant, userfriendly and to the point. This is where our partnership will make a difference to our future shared customers.”
-SIMON FREDRIKSSON APPTUS PARTNER MANAGER
“I think that the great results speak for themselves” says Pontus Börresen, Vice President at Diamir, referring to Apptus’ long track record of delivering dramatically improved online sales performance.
Relevant in every moment
"The competition online today is fierce and it takes capable ecommerce to succeed.”We see huge opportunities for our customers with Apptus eSales. It is backed by patented technology and machine learning, providing fast and responsive merchandising so that they can be relevant in every moment. It also reduces costs and drives organisational efficiency, as online merchandisers can focus on being creative, and not drown in administration”