The rise of e-commerce enables global-scale growth for local specialists

The growing e-commerce market size creates a demand not only for larger online stores, but also for engineers working with complex electronic trade platforms. “valantic”, who connects over 2000 such professionals globally, creates an opportunity for local talents to improve by solving unique challenges of large e-commerce architectures.



How to expand your e-shop and become more attractive to your customers: a story of Hans Natur

We’re e-commerce experts, so when Hans Natur, the business offering eco-friendly products for children, came to us for an upgrade, we were delighted with the chance to contribute to the German e-tailer’s growth. Since then, technology solutions built by NFQ have helped Hans Natur expand and become more attractive and convenient for its customers.



Kotryna Group transformation: from traditional into a multi-channel retail business model

We developed a flexible and easily scalable omnichannel solution of 11 e-shops in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland for Kotryna Group.



How we helped Zivver to develop a safer way of data sharing

Organisations are increasingly working with digital data. They exchange sensitive information with an increasing number of parties. This creates a lot of new added value while on the other hard cyber security threats occur as well. That is how our partner, dutch startup Zivver has created a solution that secures communications to prevent data leaks in the exchange of sensitive information.



Innovations in logistics can help stabilize supply chains

Global digital transformation spending in logistics will reach $75.5 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 8.8% from $45.6 billion in 2020, according to ReportLinker’s newest report. The spending on logistics digitization has been driven by the Covid-19 pandemics for the last two years and it will even speed up in the future due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Who will be faster in embracing innovations has a lot to gain, according to Paulius Insoda, CEO at NFQ Technologies, international IT company, helping global brands to create innovations, which recently opened its Polish branch in Krakow.