Shopware 6

Shopware implementation is an excellent alternative to Magento for both B2C and B2B stores.

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How we assist you

Shopware is an excellent alternative to Magento, on which we build both B2C and B2B stores.

  • Shopware Implementations - consulting

    Technological Consulting

    Through in-depth discussions, we’ll support you in translating business requirements into technological solutions.

  • Shopware Implementations - migration

    Migrations from Other Platforms

    We’ll move your store from any subscription, dedicated, or open-source platform. We know how to do it without harming your business.

  • Shopware Implementations - new store

    Shopware Implementations

    We’ll build your Shopware store or B2B platform from scratch so you can start earning online as soon as possible.

  • Shopware Implementations - project rescue

    Project Rescues

    Not satisfied with your implementation company? It might be time for us to take over the project and bring it to completion!

  • Shopware Implementations - development


    Implementing the platform is just the beginning. Together, we’ll create a plan for the development and optimization of your online business.

  • Shopware Implementations - integrations

    Shopware Integrations

    We’ll connect your Shopware store with PIM, ERP, or WMS class systems. We’ll integrate it with marketplaces.

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Maximum development, minimum limitations

Shopware 6 has already conquered Germany and is gaining popularity in the european e-commerce industry. It’s no wonder – it’s an excellent system for anyone who wants to develop their business without technological debt.

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Implementations of Shopware in numbers

  • 1stplace

    among the top 1000 most profitable stores in Germany
  • 40k

    people in the platform’s community
  • 3500

    available modules and plugins

How do we work?

We believe in your business – and we will provide you with expert knowledge and the right tools to overcome the next barriers to growth in e-commerce.

  • We have a plan

    Our plan for your store is the result of over a decade of experience as an implementation company. We know what works and what doesn’t. We also know the main ingredient for good collaboration – commitment. Not only ours but also yours. Click below to learn about the process of Shopware implementation.

    Our process

  • We have expertise

    Good code is not everything. We combine it with business, analytical, marketing, and UX competencies. Our project manager is not only a task planning specialist but also a business analyst who will guide you competently through the Shopware implementation.

    Our portfolio

Case study - Briju
Success story


Fast, functional, and user-friendly B2C jewelry store. Improved conversion rate and a three-digit YoY growth.

See the project

“We are impressed with their deep understanding of our business and commitment to our goals. It’s rare to find a vendor not focused on selling their services at any cost but on giving honest opinions and bringing real value.”

Tomasz Cynar

E-Commerce Manager, Briju 1920


  • How much does Shopware implementation cost?

    The budget required for implementing Shopware can vary significantly as it is typically a complex project, similar to Magento. Fixed price lists are not very meaningful in this case, and if someone uses them, there is a slim chance they will withstand the reality. A detailed estimation for a complex e-commerce project involves conducting a pre-implementation analysis, which translates your business needs into technological solutions. During this process, we discuss with you and your team every aspect of the store’s functionality to provide an accurate cost estimate. The analysis aims to verify assumptions, and only after its completion, a realistic e-commerce budget can be determined.

  • What is Shopware headless?

    Headless architecture, also known as headless commerce, is an approach to building e-commerce where the frontend (what the customer sees) and the backend (the infrastructure) are separated and work independently. In practice, this means that a Shopware headless store can have multiple “fronts” tailored specifically to different devices (desktop, mobile, PoS, etc.).

  • What is open source?

    Just like in the case of Magento implementation, here too the code is open for developers. This means that it can be freely modified. Furthermore, you are not tied to a single provider. In reality, any competent Shopware agency can take over the code of your store.

  • Why work with Satisfly?

    Because we care. We take your success very seriously. By working with us, you have access to a full range of e-commerce expertise. We are not just code writers; we can take a bird’s-eye view of your business, thinking about both business and marketing aspects. Many of our experts also run their own stores, so we know what we’re talking about.

  • How long does the implementation of Shopware 6 take?

    Similar to the question about cost, there is no single, universal answer here either. What are your business needs? How should the customer experience be on your Shopware store? Which external programs (ERP, PIM, etc.) do you want to integrate with the platform? Only after gathering this information can any Shopware agency provide you with a time horizon for implementation.
    Keep in mind that we always recommend an MVP Shopware implementation (Minimum Viable Product) version. This is a store that fulfills its most important function, which is sales, but still requires further development. This way, you can quickly enter the market, validate demand, and simply earn money for further growth.

  • Which brands have a store on Shopware 6?

    Shopware is a leader in its category in the German e-commerce market. Stores on this platform include Douglas, M&Ms, and in Poland – CoffeeDesk. In our country, the growing popularity of the platform is clearly visible, although there is still a shortage of specialists.

  • What are the most common problems during Shopware implementation?

    Let’s not deceive ourselves, even the best e-commerce agency cannot avoid obstacles in the complex process of building an online store. The key is to approach them properly. At Satisfly, we work in an agile manner, in a time and material model. This means that if any obstacles arise or the scope of work needs to be changed, it will not jeopardize the project in any way. We will simply flexibly adapt to the changing situation and do what is necessary at the moment. That’s why we believe that rigid contracts (so-called fixed contracts) are outdated and not suitable for the dynamic e-commerce market.

  • Do you also handle UX?

    Of course! We stand out with a strong emphasis on the marketing and design aspect, including designing good UX. We implement stores based on a proven process, starting with business analysis. During this process, we support you in building your brand and also design the graphic and verbal layer of e-commerce. Code doesn’t sell. User experience, enabled by that code, is what matters.

  • Is Satisfly a Shopware agency?

    Not exactly. We are an e-commerce agency specializing in complex technologies for demanding clients, including Shopware 6. We don’t want to limit ourselves to one engine. We believe that our role is to recommend the best solution for you, even if we don’t have it in our offer. We always consider your needs and possibilities.

  • How much can be customized for business needs?

    Open source code and a large community of tens of thousands of users guarantee the flexibility of the engine. With our help, you can freely expand the capabilities of your online store using ready-made plugins or custom-developed solutions. A Shopware agency can truly do anything with the open code of the platform, ranging from unique integrations and configurators tailored to your customers’ expectations, to custom solutions for pricing policies or logistic calculations. This is the greatest strength of open-source platforms, something that a subscription-based solution (SaaS) cannot provide.

  • Is Shopware a SEO-friendly platform?

    Very. The system has built-in tools for content optimization. We can also install a dedicated plugin from the community resources.

  • How is it better than Magento?

    This is a complex question because both platforms are highly regarded by e-commerce companies. It’s worth mentioning the lower entry threshold for users (store operators). The interface and admin panel are simply easier to use and do not require extensive learning. Another advantage of Shopware is the platform creators’ greater emphasis on building end-user shopping experiences.

  • Why does this platform have a reputation for being user-friendly?

    It’s because many elements of the user interface in the store management panel are based on a drag-and-drop mechanism – without the need for coding knowledge. Compared to Magento, the platform indeed appears much more user-friendly.

  • What about the Omnibus Directive?

    We are up to date! Your store will be compliant withlaw regulations based on the Omnibus Directive right from the start. We are well-versed in this topic – as part of the ProstoDoKasy webinars, we hosted experts in law and e-commerce practices. We have translated their knowledge into technological solutions in our clients’ stores. We will adapt your e-commerce to the requirements related to the presentation of promotions and prices, as well as the verification of customer reviews. We keep our finger on the pulse.

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