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Sarsen Stone Group are the parent company of following tiling brands – Artisans of Devizes, Ca’ Pietra, Proper Good Paint™ and the National Trust Tile Collection. A family run business passionate about sourcing only the best natural stone and tiles from around the world
Williams Commerce is working with Horwood Homewares to develop a new website. horwood is a kitchenware company supplying. Find out more.
Car wiring harness and electrical component specialist Autosparks turned to Williams Commerce to support their migration from Magento 1 to Magento 2. Find out more.
Ecommerce transformation puts City Lit in position to grow and evolve. Training business ramps up ecommerce capability and user experience through partnership with Williams Commerce and Adobe Commerce.
Williams Commerce is working with Rayware to develop a new website. Rayware is a leading housewares supplier of some of the UK’s. best know brands.
Williams Commerce is supporting luxury car parts specialist IntroCar in moving to a website built on the Adobe Commerce platform. Find out more in our latest case study.
Williams Commerce has worked with John Smedley to migrate the company’s website to Magento 2 Commerce. Find out more about our recent work.
Williams Commerce helped The Rayware Group combine the backend for five of their websites to enhance operations and support new revenue streams.
Home Case Studies Ping Case Study Ping started off in 1959 as a one-man operation making putters in a garage. Today, it is one of the most recognised names in golf equipment, with a product line that includes clubs, clothing, gloves and bags. Ping innovations like perimeter weighting, heat-treated clubheads and color coding of lie […]
The first paintings in the National Gallery collection came from the financier and collector John Julius Angerstein. In 1823 the landscape painter and art collector, Sir George Beaumont (1753 – 1827), promised his collection of pictures to the nation, on the condition that suitable accommodation could be provided for their display and conservation.