HiQ and Brink Commerce in strategic partnership within digital commerce
Tech consulting firm HiQ and Brink Commerce enter into a strategic partnership, with a common goal of becoming the leading digital commerce offering in Europe for global players and fast-growing D2C companies.
“A key player in digital commerce such as HiQ is a perfect partner for us. We have always seen the world as our market and, thanks to their expertise and strength, we get an even greater opportunity to quickly scale up and deliver more value to our customers. The fact that an industry-leading company like HiQ chooses Brink Commerce as a partner is very inspiring and further proof that our way of building modern solutions for digital commerce is what the market wants “, says Kristian Tysander, co-founder and CEO of Brink Commerce.
The collaboration is based on a shared view of how modern digital commerce should be built and managed. HiQ’s broad expertise in digitization, and long experience from many different industries, together with the groundbreaking technology from Brink Commerce creates an attractive offer for both fast-growing D2C companies and global players. Brink Commerce API, developed from the ground up to handle large volumes and at the same time allow customers to quickly and easily integrate all the elements necessary in modern digital commerce, will be the technology platform for the collaboration.
“We continuously evaluate the leading platforms on the market and collaborate with many of them in our different projects with clients. Brink Commerce caught our eye both because of our trust in the owners and the management, their vision for the future, and how the solution is technically structured. The global perspective, performance, serverless, and headless are all significant parameters today. We look forward to delivering world-class solutions together with Brink Commerce,” says Mattias Pihlström, responsible for HiQ’s e-commerce offering.
The collaboration begins with several joint customer projects, HiQ comes in with expertise in delivering digital commerce projects, both through business and technical support, and Brink Commerce provides the optimized technical commerce platform.
“We felt a good connection right from the start, and we complement each other as companies very well. I am very impressed by the extensive knowledge that HiQ has, and we are very much looking forward to seeing what we can accomplish together “, concludes Kristian Tysander.
For more information, please contact
Kristian Tysander, CEO and co-founder: email@example.com, +46 73–504 34 15
At HiQ we simplify people’s lives by using tech, design and creativity to build smart solutions, businesses and brands. We are convinced that tech development is the best way to make the world better, sustainable, smoother, safer — and more fun. From four guys in 1995 we are today a tech consultant company in five countries with close to 1,800 brilliant coders, creatives and businesspeople. Since 2020 owned by Triton, our base is in the Nordics, but our solutions make imprints all over the planet.
About Brink Commerce
Brink Commerce was founded in 2018 by Kristian Tysander, Marcus Ljungberg, and Patrik Antonsson — all with extensive experience in digital business and technical development from companies such as Daniel Wellington, H&M, and Klarna. The Brink Commerce API has been developed to solve the challenges many fast-growing D2C companies and global players face. With customers from all over the world, the product has already proven its strength and flexibility and has become the new standard for building digital trading systems.
The company is in a strong growth phase and therefore in 2021 raised capital from, among others, Jarno Vanhatapio (Nelly, NA-KD), Alexander Hars (Let’s deal, Desenio), Albin Johansson (Axel Arigato), Filip Tysander (Daniel Wellington) and reputable investment companies Wellstreet and Innovation Nest. The company’s commercial management includes profiles from e-commerce and fintech such as Christian Zanders (founder and former CEO of Jetshop) and Mattias Ekman, who previously worked as Head of Merchant Development and Acquisition at Klarna.