Software Development Experts that empower E-Commerce

2021-05-24
Software Development Experts that empower E-Commerce

Invertus – that’s a custom software development company from Lithuanian that helps unleash the full potential of E-Commerce. With over 16 years of experience in the sector, the company able to double up every year and provides reliable, scalable, and secure eCommerce solutions for the digital transformation of retail, finance, logistics, and other parts of life. They embrace shared values and cultural fit and strive to be part of their client’s business success.

Invertus have had their hands on 100+ projects with all kinds of businesses, from enterprise-level clients to start-up unicorns and promising sprout-outs from all-across Europe and North America. With offices in Lithuania and Denmark, Invertus focuses on their primary markets of Nordic countries, France, Benelux, Germany, and the United Kingdom, yet quite often it gets noticed by Silicon valley giants as Square, Bolt of Tax Jar. Invertus develops software core of one of the most popular E-Commerce platforms in the world – the PrestaShop, builds and maintains one of the most significant fashion online retailers in Europe – mytheresa.com, API integrations, and internal systems for Square, DPD group, Mollie, VIABILL, Stockfiller and other large and small, yet great companies.

Years of experience in E-commerce and the ultimate team of talented individuals help them provide clean and efficient code to support the latest customer experience trends for their clients. What sets Invertus apart is its team of high-performing business analysts, CX and UX designers, project managers, and developers. They leave no stone unturned to ensure that every client business digital transformation project Invertus takes on provides sustainable and tangible returns on investment and contributes to their long-term success.

SOLID and Agile methodologies and automated test based Invertus software development practices ensure not only high efficiency, scalability, and interoperability of the systems but also seamless integration of Invertus engineers into the client’s internal teams and processes. That enables clients to reduce time, increase quality, get closer to customers, and achieve long-term, profitable growth.

“Shared values and internal culture fit between our and clients’ teams increasingly often are equally of similar importance as technical competence and expertise. Our clients are typically extremely successful, highly ambitious, and fast-growing businesses. They entrust us with their systems and solutions to free up their internal resources for business development, fast roll-out of new products and functionalities, quick and efficient scaling-up free of usual ‘teething’ problems. We’re particularly proud helping start-ups grow from the first rounds of seed capital to becoming highly successful sustainable businesses. We’re trusted by internal CEOs and CTOs, VC investors, and external consultants. The win-win approach is the only option for us,” says Linas Gudonavicius, CEO at Invertus.

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