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legacy commerce

Spryker enables companies to build sophisticated unified commerce with a focus on B2B and marketplaces.

Spryker is a major leader in headless commerce that allows you to act as a composable business.

Spryker enables you to continuously win new customers, stay close to them, and keep them happy.

Go live in weeks and implement new features quickly and easily.

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months-long time-to-market

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single digit growth

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rigid solutions

Spryker Benefits

The Spryker Cloud Commerce OS is the most modern platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution and the only commerce platform to provide full B2B, B2C, D2C, and Marketplace capabilities out of one stack. 

Extend your sales reach and grow revenue with a system that allows you to increase operational efficiency, lower the total cost of ownership, and expand to new markets and business models faster than ever before.

B2C

Immediately Usable
Go Live in < 1  week
Fully Customizable

Marketplace 

Immediately Usable
Fully Customizable

B2B

Immediately Usable
Go Live in < 1  week
Fully Customizable

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Spryker - Faster wins the digitalisation

"Due to the modular architecture, Spryker allows a fast start in dismantling legacy ecommerce solution and integration in existing IT landscapes. The clean headless approach and the modular backend is key for a fast, smooth and inexpensive for integration in existing IT landscapes, since adapting to business needs is key for success."

You want to see a marketplace in action?

Talk to our marketplace experts and see the Spryker marketplace suite in action.

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A powerful yet complex tool for highly scalable and expandable ecommerce solutions

Laurynas V.

Senior Software Engineer at NFQ Technologies

"I like Spryker's out-of-the-box orientation to quality and scalability. It is easy to switch from one project to another using Spryker because the code structure is the same and the concepts are well enforced."

The Background of Spryker

By 2014 the Spryker founders had completed hundreds of e-commerce projects with solutions like Magento, Hybris, and Demandware…

When project requirements were different from standard functions, the project became expensive and the software was slow.

Spryker needed to solve the commerce software problem for companies with complex business requirements – where they need more than just webshops.

The Motivation

The Results

Spryker helped one of the world's biggest grocery retailers to build a pick and collect commerce setup for 3,000 stores within 3 weeks during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Migrated Hornbach, Europe´s leading B2C DIY store, from a cost center IT setup (SAP Hybris) into an e-commerce first setup (Spryker) to compete with manomano.com.

Made 500,000,000 SKUs searchable and buyable for electronics components dealers Sourceability.com to serve B2B customers.

More than 150+ companies already trust Spryker.

Recognized leadership in Digital Commerce

"Major player in B2B ecommerce"

Recognized as major player in the IDC MarketScape 2020 for Digital B2B Commerce

"Major player in B2B ecommerce"

Recognized as major player in the IDC MarketScape 2020 for Digital B2B Commerce

"Most visionary & innovative of new participants"

Spryker featured in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce

"Most visionary & innovative of new participants"

Spryker featured in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce

"API-led, headless and highly engaged with partners"

Spryker named #1 Commerce Software Commercial 2020 in Emerce 100

"API-led, headless and highly engaged with partners"

Spryker named #1 Commerce Software Commercial 2020 in Emerce 100

"Fastest growing marketplace suite, proven by TCV investing $150 Mio in Series C"

Benefit from this funding by using the best product in the market.

Alexander Graf, 

Boris Lokschin 

Co-Founders of Spryker

More than 150+ companies already trust Spryker.

Alexander Graf, Boris Lokschin  - Co-Founders of Spryker

10 Facts That Prove the Momentum of Marketplaces

Growth, Success, and Costs


The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Success Factors for Marketplaces

Costs of Marketplaces

Fact 7: B2B marketplaces have a similar flywheel, but their driving force is service.

Unlike B2C, in B2B it is not sufficient to differentiate by price or broad assortment alone. Companies have to use their deep knowledge of their customers' businesses to create value in solving the customer's pain points through service. B2B buyers will return to the marketplace that *include compelling B2B service features*

Success Factors for Marketplaces

2bn revenue

1000 IT FTE

= 2m per Developer

5bn revenue

2000 IT FTE 

= 2,5m per Developer

40bn revenue

24,000 IT FTE 

= 1,7m per Developer

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Success Factors for Marketplaces

Cost of Marketplaces

Fact 10: Marketplace-native commerce platforms are best suited to build sophisticated solutions like complex B2B marketplaces.

Customization is complicated and expensive for distinct marketplace platforms. The more complex a business model is, the more it can benefit from the scalability and adaptability of a marketplace-native commerce platform.

Curious what it costs to build your own marketplace?

Costs of Marketplaces

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Fact 9: It is more expensive to run regular commerce features and marketplace applications in separate platforms. 

Lower initial prices of distinct marketplace solutions come at the expense of higher maintenance costs.

Costs of Marketplaces

Fact 8: The most successful marketplaces are technology companies.

For all successful marketplaces, there is a clear correlation between revenue and the number of developers, and it’s always coming down to $2-4m per IT department FTE.

Find out below the ratio of Alibaba, Bol.com & Zalando.

Success Factors for Marketplaces

Fact 6: For B2C marketplaces, price, selection, and availability are the most important success factors

Jeff Bezos captured it in his famous Amazon Flywheel: Selection (combined with availability) leads to a better customer experience, which in turn leads to more traffic and sales. And the most important catalyst of this circle is price.

Success Factors for Marketplaces

Fact 5: The sky is the limit for marketplaces as they allow for unprecedented scaling.

$ 38,4 bn in 24h
$ 444,444 per second
First $ 1bn in 58 seconds

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Fact 4: The diversification of the marketplace landscape has just begun.

54 of the 100 top marketplaces launched in 2011 or later.

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Fact 3: Few players dominated the marketplace market so far.

The top 100 marketplaces accounted for more than 95% of the global marketplace sales in 2019.

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Fact 2: Especially in B2B, marketplaces are booming.

Amazon Business is projected to surpass $52 billion in GMV by 2023. For perspective, that is 5 times Grainger’s current size.

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

Fact 1: Marketplaces dominate digital sales already.

Sales on marketplace sites, like those operated by Alibaba, Amazon, eBay and others, accounted for 57% of global web sales in 2019.

The Status Quo of Marketplaces

“This year’s Double Eleven did not meet the expectations I imagined.”

Jack Ma

Marketplace Functionality

Extending your Store to an Enterprise Marketplace. 

Consider having all these functions included in your solution to provide the best possible experience for Third-party sellers but also the marketplace customers.

Building a Succesful Marketplace

Important benefits you can realize with it:

  • Increase assortment & traffic exponentially

  • Curated marketplace experience

  • Quality Assurance & Optimization

Marketplace Types

Take the next step and extend your commerce platform to be able to operate your own marketplace and selling third party products in addition to your own products or even start as a pure marketplace player by only selling third party products.


Building a Succesful Marketplace