But we don’t stop at the consultancy, our in-house team of developers, UX designers and digital marketers have been purposefully built to allow us to support and deliver our clients strategies.
One size doesn't fit all.
Our consultative approach allows us to build your strategy based on your needs and goals, whether that be a full rebuild or iterative enhancements, our consultants will help you to identify your vulnerabilities and exploit your opportunities.
We are proud to have enthusiastic individuals who thrive on a challenge and drive progress for their projects, colleagues and ultimately Space 48. The matrix structure of our project teams means that every customer receives an array of expertise, giving thorough solutions to complex business objectives.
Each of our customers have their own project manager who is perfectly positioned to communicate with them, other team members, and third parties. We employ a range of communication methods in order to keep in contact at all stages of the journey.
Alongside our structured deployment process, we use a version control system which speeds up development and enables the flow of new features being released. The code is reviewed and tested internally and all releases follow a customer approval process via separate environments. Our quality checked approach incorporates easy rollbacks and ensures a safe way of working with live commerce and business critical systems.
We invest in our team and encourage continuous development. Working alongside the best in the business to further develop our development superstars. Mage Titans, is a testament to this; our world renowned developer focused Magento conference that promotes knowledge sharing and self improvement. Regular in-house training is also integral and we regularly host Magento, Shopware & Shopify experts to train our teams.
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