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Hesehus and one of Denmark’s largest voluntary chains within domestic appliances and consumer electronics, El-Salg, have through a unique cooperation created several digital solutions together for the past 10 years and are now celebrating their tenth anniversary.
At Hesehus, we continue to be committed to Technology Denmark’s company pact and are jump-starting the autumn by welcoming, among others, two thesis students and a project student. We look forward to the close collaborations and exciting results.
The 15 years of close working relationship between one of Scandinavia's leading lunch providers Fazer Food Services and Hesehus has, among other things, resulted in the unique take-away solution 'Fazer Food & Co' and the good working relationship continues.
With the biggest order book in Hesehus’ history it has not been quiet on the recruitment front this summer. In August we therefore had the pleasure to welcome eight new hesehusians, including a Technical Project Manager for Bizzkit and a Search and Recruitment Consultant.
Personalisation within e-commerce is hardly the new boy in class and many e-sellers have already integrated personalisation as a strategic part of their business. But now the smoking technological development has taken personalisation to completely new heights with 1:1 personalisation.
The internationalization of Hesehus’ e-commerce platform Bizzkit has got a flying start on the Swedish market. Therefore, Hesehus is now taking the next step in the process and welcome a strong profile within the IT industry as Director of Bizzkit.
Denmark's third largest and nationwide chain in the professional building materials market, Davidsens Tømmerhandel, has selected Hesehus to be responsible for its new B2B overall solution.
The technological development within e-commerce is moving quickly and in particular within delivery and return new standards are set all the time – it has to be easier, faster and smarter. But how do you create delivery and return services which fulfil the customers' expectations and set the standard for tomorrow?
Our customers’ e-commerce ambitions are skyrocketing and therefore we have once again expanded the team of gifted talents in Hesehus. This time around it has resulted in four new Developers and two Senior Developers as well as a new Art Director.
The technological development within e-commerce is moving quickly and in particular within delivery and return new standards are set all the time – it has to be easier, faster and smarter. But how do you create delivery and return services which fulfil the customers' expectations and set the standard for tomorrow?
2018 was a great year! A year where we launched our international partner channel, reached 100 employees and ended the year with a healthy bottom line, a record-high order book and the third highest profit in the company's history.
What does it take to tempt the customers to visit the physical shops and is it possible at all in the modern, technological world we are living in? Through inspiring cases we give you the answer here.
The consumers' interaction with brands is today spread over different platforms. The customer experience you create across channels is of great importance for the customers' association with your brand. But how do you create customer experiences which increase your brand loyalty?
The development at Hesehus is going fast and to be able to continuously accommodate our clients’ wishes and deliver strategic e-commerce solutions we have welcomed six new hesehusians in February and March including an Analytics Manager and a Business Architect.
As part of one of Denmark’s leading, digital web agencies’ long-term and ambitious strategy, Hesehus is expanding the board of directors by a very experienced profile within the IT industry.
At Hesehus we had the best start on 2019 where four new, qualified Hesehusians were added to the team. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that we introduce to you three Frontend Developers and one Senior Developer.
Voice as the new interface is about to take over the position of the touch interface as the easiest and most user-friendly interface and experts predict that the voice interface will become the consumers' preferred interface within a number of years.
Several e-sellers are already working on integrating image recognition as part of their business which makes it possible to advise and guide the customers in ways that were previously only reserved for the physical shops.
Hesehus welcomes and looks forward to a strong cooperation with the international eyewear manufacturer Design Eyewear Group and online supplier of workwear Billig-Arbejdstøj.dk that both have huge online objectives and both have selected Hesehus as their new e-commerce partner.
Hesehus reaches employee number 100. The reason is an all-time high order book which not only includes newly arrived customers but is also very much a result of an increasing demand from the company’s existing customers that count large Danish brands such as Matas, BabySam, Kansas and Wupti.
Data-driven business is hot! More and more retailers are increasingly using data as an important part of their business and this is of great benefit for the customers who get a better user experience as well as for the business partners who gain valuable insights based on customer data.
Today, Google is launching its voice-activated, digital assistant, Google Assistant, in Danish. Matas is one of the few selected Danish brands that take part from the beginning. And Matas’s regular e-commerce house for the past seven years, Hesehus, is of course responsible for the development of Matas’s contribution to Google Assistant.
For more than 16 years, Hesehus has developed its own e-commerce platform based on solid standard technology from Microsoft. Now the platform is ready to be sent outside Denmark under the name Bizzkit.
Today, the customer journey is very much happening across several channels and many consumers are in particular using the Internet to check out and get more specific knowledge about the product they are looking for. So how do you give the customers a unique experience in the store which surpasses the ordinary product information and which makes them return again and again?
At the world’s biggest retail conference NRF Retail’s BIG Show one of the conference’s huge topics was ’Close the Gap’ which deals with the importance of being aware that someone will lead the way in the market and set the standards. Standards which create new expectations from the consumers and make new demands on you as retailers.
This year, Hesehus has decided to support Cykelnerven (the bike nerve) in the battle against sclerosis and sends DKK 76,000 as well as five cool members of Hesehus off with Cykelnerven to the French mountains today.
Thursday 24 May, more than 800 professional e-commerce enthusiasts were gathered in Øksnehallen in Copenhagen when FDIH hosted the year's biggest industry event the E-Commerce Award 2018. Hesehus’s customer DLG impressively won silver in the category “Best B2B company".
DLG, one of Europe’s largest farm supply companies, went straight to the top in the category ‘Mobile’ at this year’s DDA. Hesehus is one of the agencies behind its successful customer portal.
We are proud to present two new customers in Hesehus; a large Danish retail chain and Denmark’s leading supplier of quality wine. We are looking forward to a strong partnership with both customers.
One of Denmark’s leading e-commerce houses, Hesehus A/S, is ready with the accounts for 2017. The turnover increases by 25% and the pre-tax profit increases heavily from 3.2 million in 2016 to 8.6 million in 2017. Furthermore Hesehus has close to 100 employees.
84 Danish pharmacies throughout the country have jointed forces to set a completely new standard for e-commerce with prescription medical products and non-prescription medicine which has resulted in the ambitious e-commerce solution dinApoteker.dk.
On 25 May 2018, EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation becomes effective. The new regulation highly emphasises documentation, and the consequence of not having one’s data under control may be fined with up to 4% of your annual turnover. We help you to become ready.

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