Discover how we have delivered high quality solutions for our partners across various industries and technologies
Feefo stands out from the crowd as being an ‘organic-growth’ organisation with no investment from Private Equity or Venture Capital firms to accelerate its growth rate.
The company is able to boast several awards, most recently they were named on the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
Thousands of brands trust Feefo to independently collect reviews from their customers – and those customers know that Feefo reviews are the real deal.
In The Style
In the 19th-century, Manchester earned the nickname of ‘Cottonopolis’ as it became the centre of the global cotton trade.
Digital innovation, social influencers and changes in consumer spending have significantly impacted the fashion industry. Manchester once again has established itself as a centre of textiles, as it has quickly become a hub of fast fashion businesses.
According to a recent report by the analysts Retail Economics for the law firm Womble Bond Dickinson, the internet is expected to account for 53% of all retail sales in the next 10 years, up from around a fifth currently.
There was an increase in financial sector regulation after the financial crisis in 2008, however, this time also led to the rise of FinTech brands creating technology-driven products that enhanced customer experiences and engagements with financial institutions.
Using customer data to build these new digital products welcomed a new area of technology – RegTech. An agile group of companies supporting the additional regulatory measures and laws on data privacy, usage and distribution.
Shell Energy (formerly First Utility) wanted to change the face of the industry by fighting on behalf of the consumer. Not content for things to stay as they are, Shell Energy challenged the status quo to make energy simpler, fairer and cheaper.
Having already reduced switching times from five, to just over two weeks with their ‘Fix the Switch’ campaign, Shell Energy are committed to giving clients insights into their energy usage through the latest technology.
Boden is a British clothing retailer selling primarily online and mail order through their catalogue.
With online retail sales continuing to grow the competition for customers is becoming increasingly high. Retailers face constant pressures to be able to deliver the right products to consumers whilst delivering outstanding shopping experiences.
These demands put great pressure on the technology division for these retailers to stay ahead of the game.
Appliance retailers have come under intensifying competition from other retailers such as supermarkets, department stores as eCommerce continues to drive the growth of the UK’s consumer appliances market, which is currently estimated to be worth around £10bn.
The proliferation of eCommerce has enabled shoppers to easily search for, compare and find the exact items they need and have them shipped to their door. Leading the way with delivering the highest standard of customer experiences in this space are online retailer AO.com.
Graham & Brown
Graham & Brown are the UK leaders in unique, exceptional quality wallpaper. With an immense range of wallpaper designs perfect for feature walls or the whole room, there is a fitting pattern for everybody.
Established in 1946 Graham and Brown’s wallpaper revolution began as people were desperate for things to brighten up their homes. Graham and Brown have gone from strength to strength with stores worldwide and plenty of recognition for their creativity.
Booking.com Transport Unit
Founded in 2004, Booking.com Transport Unit is the world’s biggest online car rental service, arranging car hire in 163 countries and 40 languages.
The website provides a hassle-free way of renting a car and their approach to car rental is quick and simple making the customers experience feel as personal as driving their own car.
Established in 1948 Clifford Thames (now OEConnection) sits at the heart of the global automotive aftermarket. Creating and managing the data needed to repair and maintain vehicles for many major vehicle manufacturers including Ford, General Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, Hyundai, Renault and the VW group.