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Sportmaster, a long-time omnichannel frontrunner in Denmark, now consolidated their status with the launch of a new and improved in-store employee app, iSport 2.0. The app is developed by Adapt and has already been rolled out across stores.
Just 5 years ago headless commerce was mostly used by startups, first movers and tech savvy businesses with high IT maturity. A new forrester report highlights that headless is now entering the mainstream phase and modern commerce platforms are now widely accepted and easy to adopt.
Klarvinduer, who sell windows and doors directly to the consumers, has established themselves as an affordable and effective alternative to traditional suppliers in this field. Now, in collaboration with Adapt, they are looking to grow their market position further by strengthening their digital presence.
The growth in ecommerce in 2020 has been astonishing. Fueled by Covid-19 and the closure of retail stores, ecommerce sales have skyrocketed to a level that was expected to take 10 years to unfold! However, we do not expect the increase in ecommerce to end when the pandemic (hopefully) ends in 2021. Shopping online has become an inherent part of everyday life and we’ll see a continuance of this in the coming year. Digital shopping is no longer icing on the cake. It is the cake.
The Royal Danish Theatre has undergone an incredible transformation over the last 10 years. Now, we’ve teamed up with them to create amazing theatre experiences and the first step is complete: the Royal Danish Theatre app is here.
Together, Adapt and Normal launched the first version of the Normal app in Denmark back in 2018. The vision was to create a marketing platform to connect, attract and retain their loyal customers.
The week before Easter, Adapt got a call from SYNLAB Digital Medical Services. On their hands they had a task with great societal impact. One week was all they had to finalize the new coronaprover.dk for Danske Regioner og Sundheds- og Ældreministeriet and thereby increase the test capacity dramatically.
Every year Dansk Markedsføring celebrates the best in the marketing, media and communications industry when they release the M-list and the M-talents list. The 2021-lists have just been made public and Adapt is represented on both.
Sygeforsikringen "danmark" is a non-profit health insurance organisation set up to help its members cover medical- and treatment related expenses. We teamed up with them for the creation of their new site, to ensure that they stay human in an increasingly digitalised world.
With more than three million customers, Tryg is one of the biggest insurance companies in Scandinavia and their digital business is growing. We teamed up with them to develop an online version og "Tryghedspakken" - The security package with a sharp focus on the user experience in an otherwise very complex product.
When we teamed up with SPORTMASTER in 2013, their ambition was clear: The best webshop in the country, and a full omnichannel transition. Two years later, they won gold for best omnichannel business. Together, we continue to pursue new venues to deliver even better customer experiences.
Let us give you a few reasons why, In 2020 and in the face of COVID-19, you should ensure that web accessibility is a top priority in your digital presence.