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Spryker named Gartner Visionary in 2022 Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce
Thu, 18th Aug 2022
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Spyker has announced it has been recognised by Gartner as a Visionary in the 2022 Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce.

This marks the third consecutive time the company has been included in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce, as a result of its digital platform that works across B2B, enterprise marketplaces, IoT and Unified Commerce.

The company says customers across a range of sectors and industries rely on Spryker for its composability and cloud-native enterprise marketplace B2B and B2C capabilities. This was recently enhanced with the launch of the Spryker App Composition Platform, which the company says makes it easier for organisations to choose enterprise commerce solutions.

The Spryker App Composition Platform helps businesses to differentiate themselves from competitors based on how they operate and sell while allowing them to add, extend and evolve capabilities from Spryker and its partner ecosystem as needed.

Spryker co-founder and CEO  Boris Lokschin says the company continues to provide new technological solutions for the market, and the new platform and Gartner recognition prove its commitment to innovation.

"At Spryker, our goal is to enable digital innovation and differentiation with our composable platform designed specifically for sophisticated transactional business models," he says.

"Customers around the world rely on Spryker for its composability and cloud-native enterprise marketplace B2B and B2C capabilities. Spryker recently built on this with the launch of Spryker App Composition Platform, making it easier than ever for organisations to choose enterprise commerce solutions."

Lokschin says that as companies continue to digitise, they have to find new ways to adapt, and Spryker can help provide modern commerce architecture solutions to fit various business needs.

"Any enterprise business looking at digital transformation needs a commerce platform that's composable and based on a modern architecture," he says.

"Spryker can provide enterprises with both giving them the flexibility needed to adjust to a constantly changing market while accelerating digital growth and digital transformation."

And as more customers begin to see the value of composability, Spryker has seen further expansion and customer acquisition across the globe. They now have their first customer in Australia and New Zealand, 200% growth in Benelux, and 100% year-over-year growth in the North American enterprise digital commerce market.

"Whether an organisation operates in large volume consumer goods or sophisticated transactional B2B services, composability is key to future-proofing digital commerce offerings. We are delighted to be able to deliver this to our customers, facilitating faster time-to-value and helping them meet their business goals," says Lockschin.