With its open source platform, the Shopware company offers a unique basis for all kinds of e-commerce ventures. The applications based on this platform can bring a decisive competitive advantage in the B2C and B2B segments. Open source in this case means total access to the code of the software, so the developers can exploit the almost unlimited possibilities of the application completely in the sense of the Shopware founders.
Every project is unique and the realization of each project usually requires unique solutions. This is how extensions are created, software solutions that are designed and programmed by various developers around the world. These extensions often later find their way into the Shopware extensions shop, where they are then offered as ready-made packages to other users. The offer is diverse and covers many different uses.
We recommend this shop to our customers when it comes to standard extensions that have already been programmed by our esteemed colleagues somewhere in the world.
However, we take a close look at each individual project beforehand, determine the need and check whether it would really help in this particular case with a solution that is already available for another project. After all, uniqueness is a clear criterion for the success of a project in many industries and fields of activity. Anyone who cannot demonstrate a unique selling proposition will have a hard time prevailing over the competition.
We are always on the lookout for synergies, for optimization and above all for sustainable, future-oriented solutions. Only then can we put our expertise at the service of our customers with a clear conscience.
Therefore, depending on the project scope, we offer individually developed Shopware extensions, which are developed by our experienced specialists according to the requirements and ideas of our customers. This creates solutions that are future-oriented and expandable with many features to meet the rapidly advancing technological progress every day.
What is the use of an individualized extension?
We often hear these questions. It can be compared to a suit bought in a store or made to order by a tailor. Both suits would serve their purpose.
But the suit bought in a store
- does not really fit 100%
- quickly ephemeral cut show and not a high quality fabric
A suit from the tailor:
- fits 100% because made to order
- usually has a classic imperishable cut
- the fabric is chosen according to your wishes
So it is with Shopware extensions, they all serve their purpose. But in the long run, a custom programmed one will always prove to be a good investment.