Magento is the world's leading open source store system and offers a fast time-to-market with extensive standard features.
Based on our many years of experience with Magento, we have a large number of modules and interfaces in use, which we have combined into a modular system. We advise our customers on how they can achieve the greatest possible return on investment and get off to a successful start in eCommerce.
Over the past few years, we have developed nearly 100 "products" (mostly in the form of extensions and plugins).
Many of them arose from the most diverse requirements of our customers and were then continuously improved by us. You can find some of them listed here.
Just ask us about further options and individual modules and adjustments.
Shopware offers you an intuitive user interface. Hardly any other eCommerce system is so easy to use. We develop individual extensions and templates for you and help you to stand out from the crowd with your shop. Functions and wishes are adapted to your needs.
An eCommerce system consists of more than just a store. That's why we take the logical route and also offer our customers the development, connection or adaptation of other online business software such as PIM systems or ERP and CRM solutions.
The possibilities know no bounds and are as individual as our customers. Together, we examine the need and the individual scenarios and processes in order to then develop the optimal solution.
For this we use the following elements, among others:
CMS applications (such as WordPress or Joomla!) make it easy to create, edit and organize your website content. Create new posts, manage your data and much more. For this purpose, we conceptualize and design your website, individually adapted to you and your wishes. User-friendly interfaces, responsive design for optimal display on all end devices, CI-compliant and much more, taking usability and your wishes into account.
Here are a few keywords for the tools and concepts used in our projects:
In cooperation with our long-standing hosting partner HETZNER from Gunzenhausen in Franconia, we offer our customers hosting services for systems developed and maintained by us.
Here we rely entirely on modern cloud technologies that enable easy handling and a very high level of security.
We or HETZNER take care of the setup and support of the server systems. With toolsets such as Ansible and Docker, we are able to quickly and easily roll out and maintain a wide variety of settings on the systems.
NDCom Business Integration Concept (BIC)
We take a holistic approach to all of the services we provide for our customers. We have developed our own concept for this, the "NDCom Business Integration Conceptt" or "BIC".
This concept includes the seamless interaction of manufacturer, supplier, partners and buyers and forms the basis of a successful eCommerce implementation.
It interacts with a large number of interwoven processes and procedures and ensures that the data is transmitted across a wide variety of systems and is error-free and be exchanged quickly.
The concept considers both individual systems - such as a PIM system - as well as complete and even external system landscapes such as cloud services.
These different systems can be connected seamlessly via standardized APIs (interfaces).
BIC components ERP
Enterprise-resource-planning (ERP) refers to the entrepreneurial task of allocating personnel and resources such as capital, operating resources, materials and information and communication technology in a timely manner and as required in line with the company's purpose plan, control and manage. An efficient operational value-added process and constantly optimized control of corporate and operational processes are to be guaranteed.
A core function of ERP in manufacturing companies is material requirements planning (see also Material Requirement Planning and Manufacturing Resources Planning), which must ensure that all for the materials required to manufacture the products and components are available at the right place, at the right time and in the right quantity. Overall, this should eliminate the previous conflicting goals and achieve the following performance characteristics:
A Product Information Management System (also PIM or Product Information Management) is the provision of product information for use in different output media or sales channels as well as for different locations. The prerequisite for this is the media-neutral management, maintenance and modification of the product information in a central system in order to be able to supply each channel with consistent, accurate information without great resource expenditure.
The need for product information management arises from the common practice of data storage and utilisation: Information is usually not bundled centrally, but is scattered among employees and departments - for example in the development department, in the merchandise management system or in sales. Data is saved in different formats or is only available as a print version.
This information is used in different environments and contexts - for example in the sales catalog for a detailed product description with price information or in the logistics department for size and weight information for freight calculation. A PIM system represents a solution for central, media-neutral data storage in order to provide purchasing, production and communication-relevant data for multiple use across several IT systems, languages, output media and publications. It also offers solutions for efficient data transfer, management, enrichment and output.
CMS or content management systems are the control and development center for all content on a website. Be it editorial content or marketing content, etc.
We connect every CMS landscape with your e-commerce system.
Excerpt of CMS systems already connected by us:
The most important functionalities of an online shop or eCommerce system include different payment methods. It is generally possible to outsource the entire payment transfer to a payment service.
Of course, other service providers with an appropriate API can also be easily integrated.
The concept of "headless" architecture has been increasingly used in shop systems for electronic commerce in recent years.
Here the user interface, the front end, is separated from the downstream processes, the back end.
Both parts (also called layers) communicate via a standardized interface (API) and exchange the necessary information.
The aim of such an architecture is to make data and logic available to the largest possible number of usage scenarios and to achieve the greatest possible separation of optics/haptics and business logic.