Vue Storefront, a Polish startup founded in 2020, has developed a plug-and-play frontend system for e-commerce sites using the headless commerce model. The company's system integrates with various backend service providers, allowing customers to tweak and change backend systems without affecting the customer-facing website.
Vue Storefront's enterprise offering builds on its open-source product and runs on its own cloud platform, which it claims increases security and performance and has additional integrations. The company counts Amazon aggregator Berlin Brand Group, Zenith Watches, and Zadig & Voltaire among its customers and is being used by 2,200+ shops, supported by 130+ partners.
The company recently raised $20 million in a funding round, bringing its total funding to $40 million. The round was led by Felix Capital and saw participation from existing investors Creandum, Earlybird, and SquareOne, as well as Mirakl CEO Philippe Corrot and engineering head Nagi Letaifa. Vue Storefront plans to increase its headcount from 100 to 135 by the end of the year.
2023 • Series A
Vue Storefront is a Frontend as a Service that delivers custom storefronts at the fraction of cost and time, and with lightning-fast page loads to achieve better conversion rates and higher revenue.
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