Of the inclusion, Brandon Levey, CEO of Stitch Labs, said, "We are honoured to be part of the Technology Partner Program. The brands we serve realise that retail is changing and the landscape is more consumer-driven than ever before. Customers want to shop for anything, anywhere, at any time, and they expect retailers to keep up with that high level of demand. It is our goal through our relationship with Shopify Plus and with our other partners is that our customers have the tools they need to scale their operations while providing an exceptional customer experience no matter where and how they sell their goods."
Shopify Plus is changing the commerce landscape for high-growth, high-volume brands, offering them a unique model to align their commerce strategies with consumer needs.
"We are thrilled to welcome Stitch Labs to the Shopify Plus Technology Partner Program. This programme recognises the best-in-class solutions that, together with Shopify Plus, further enable the rapid growth and innovation possibilities of today’s modern merchant," said Jamie Sutton, head of technology partnerships at Shopify Plus.
Along with the Shopify Plus preferred partner announcement, Stitch Labs is announcing their agency partner programme, which provides support and exclusive resources for agencies during the client sales process. Stitch Labs is honoured to launch this programme with top-tier Shopify Plus agencies to ensure customers have the support they need when replatforming, optimising current operations, or exploring new technologies. Members of Stitch Labs’ agency partner ecosystem include Port80, eHouse Studios, Lemonade NY, BVAccel, Command C and Cascadia Consulting.
"We had used Stitch Labs for several projects already and knew how stellar the platform was. We are excited to formalise our relationship with Stitch Labs through their agency partner programme to receive exclusive resources and client support. We have already been able to pass customers to each other when we have identified a good fit, so it is a win for both of our companies and certainly for the customer," said Mike Gordon, director of Port80, a Vancouver-based Shopify Plus development agency.
One such client of Port 80 is Ruffle Girl, a Kentucky-based purveyor of women’s and children’s clothing.
"We knew we needed an e-commerce platform that could keep up with our rapid growth, so we went with Shopify Plus. We asked them to recommend a web developer agency and were put in contact with Port 80, who suggested Stitch Labs. It is helpful that these companies are all connected so they can make the best possible recommendations for growing brands like Ruffle Girl," said Wendy Bellew, CEO at Ruffle Girl. (KD)
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