Neoworks, a Salmon company, integrates and supports cutting edge ecommerce systems working with brands representing a variety of industries including retail, software, media and manufacturing.
Neoworks experienced team provides essential skills to make the digital transformation a success. Our unique approach combines technical and advisory elements, including ecommerce system implementation, integration and support, training and change management, content strategy development, data analytics, customer behaviour research and consulting on digital marketing strategy.
We have delivered ecommerce system integration and consulting projects in the U.K., across Europe, U.S., Japan and Australia.
Salmon are a global commerce service provider that delivers market – changing strategies to the world’s leading brands.
A WPP company, Salmon has offices in London, New York, Sydney and Beijing. Clients include AkzoNobel, Argos, Audi UK, Halfords, Kiddicare, Morrisons, Premier Farnell, Sainsbury’s and Selfridges.
Neoworks has been successfully delivering multichannel commerce solutions, growing organically and building a reputation as a centre of multichannel commerce excellence. We deliver consultancy and training that helps our clients to bridge the gap between digital transformation strategy and the operations that deliver measurable results. Our award winning consultancy solutions and support are delivered in close partnership with best in class partners, such as hybris software.
hybris is part of Neoworks’ DNA; we are the first UK partner and the only UK partner to have been selected by hybris since 2009 to work with their core engineering team to develop and enhance product features, including the hybris multichannel accelerator, a best practice implementation of multi-site e-commerce, customer service, PCM (PIM) & CMS applications, for leading B2C and B2B brands and retailers.
At neoworks our preferred delivery approach is agile. The goal of agile development is to be able to release high quality features more frequently than traditional development methodologies. Agile development places the emphasis on face-to face communication to manage requirements rather than on hefty specification documents.