Part of the SQLI Group, Redbox will be working with British furniture and home accessories brand, OKA; sustainable food producers, Daylesford; and organic clothing brand, Frugi. These well-known retail brands will be moving their online stores to Adobe Commerce utilising Redbox’s Ignite framework, which accommodates faster turnaround times.
The latest wins come at a time in one of the busiest periods in the company’s history, with enquiries up 90 per cent year-on-year, highlighting the staggering growth of retail online largely brought on by COVID-19 disruptions.
Over the past 12 months, Redbox has completed implementations for a wide range of brands on Adobe Commerce, including British luxury retailer, Fortnum & Mason; women’s clothing brand, Seasalt; Israeli fintech company, Nayax; clothing label, Diesel in the United Arab Emirates; US household product manufacturer, Church & Dwight and iconic British toy brand, Hamleys.
Jonty Sutton, CEO, Redbox said: “There’s little doubt that the rapid growth and expansion of retail commerce has been triggered by the events of the last year. Brands have been prioritising digital initiatives to maximise online efficiency and revenue and emerge even stronger in the recovery.
“Digital touchpoints now represent the “front door” of many retail shopping experiences and brands want to drive meaningful customer engagement. For more than two decades, we’ve been designing and building world-class commerce solutions that deliver real value and bring brands closer to their customers.
“Our success is testament to the outstanding work our teams do day in, day out and we’re humbled that top brands like Fortnum & Mason, Diesel and Hamleys have put their faith in us.”