Two technology companies which offer personalised eCommerce solutions for businesses have announced their merger.

The Commerce Team and Orion Coders have been collaborating with each other for more than two years and now operate as The Commerce Team Global.

The merger will allow them to expand into new territories and bring their combined expertise to the technology, digital and eCommerce sector.

The collaboration to date has seen an impressive client list, which includes Unilever, Hobbs, Whistles, Phase, Harvey Nichols, Camelbak, Giro and Campchef, who are part of Vista Outdoor in the USA.

Headquartered in the UK, The Commerce Team specialises in eCommerce, working with companies across the globe helping them with online commerce projects and technology implementations.

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Orion Coders is based in India and offers solutions for businesses of all sizes to allow them to achieve their technology goals.

Paul Sanderson, director of The Commerce Team Global, said: “We are delighted to announce the merger. The two companies had already forged a strong partnership with each other and joining forces will allow us to combine our expertise, skills and services so we can better serve clients all over the world.

“The creation of The Commerce Team Global is an exciting next step for everyone involved. We are looking forward to exploring new opportunities and further developing our innovative practices to deliver a truly amazing experience for our customers.”

Both companies had already experienced significant growth throughout 2022 and it is hoped the merger will allow the new firm to expand and enhance their work in retail verticals, including fashion, homeware and luxury brands.

The Commerce Team Global also plans to build on the existing corporate social responsibility work which was being carried out by both teams. This has included supporting grassroots causes, deforestation initiatives and help for those in poverty and seeking refuge in the UK and overseas.

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There are already plans in place to encourage more women to work in the technology sector with initiatives to support female developers in India to allow them to accelerate their career and work in a safe and inclusive environment.