musicMagpie, a leading re-commerce business in the UK and US specialising in refurbished consumer technology, has chosen to partner with nearshore software partner, Godel Technologies, to support the business with evolving its commerce, search and merchandising platforms.
Founded in 2007, musicMagpie has experienced significant growth in recent years, which requires it to scale at pace while upholding its first-rate customer experience. Partnering with Godel will allow musicMagpie to achieve its mission to be the smart, sustainable and trusted way to buy, rent and sell consumer technology and physical media products.
Godel will work alongside musicMagpie’s in-house development team to help deliver the continued growth and success of the musicMagpie engineering function.
David Hilton, CTO at musicMagpie explained what he wanted to achieve working with a nearshore partner and what made him choose Godel.
“The last couple of years have seen tremendous progress and change at musicMagpie and the vision for 2022 is to continue striving for ‘best in class’ in everything we do, with technology at the core.
From the outset, we were looking for a partner that would embed themselves and work as an extension of our team, and we were impressed with Godel’s approach to collaboration, the quality of Godel’s development centres across Europe and how its developers were completely aligned to our ways of working.”
David continues: “By partnering with Godel, we aim to deliver a deeper level of interaction with our customers, on our search and merchandising functions on site, which will allow them to optimize and personalise their journey further.”
Paul Green, Chief Commercial Officer at Godel says “It’s fantastic to have been selected by musicMagpie it is an impressive business, that is constantly evolving into new and exciting markets. We are looking forward to working with the musicMagpie team to focus on what their customers require.”
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