Netlify Doubles Down on European Market Amid Strong Jamstack Adoption
Platform that allows developer productivity for major European companies such as Unilever, Danone and more
LONDON, May 23, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Netlify, the platform for modern web development, today in its third annual edition Headless Trade Summit announced plans to accelerate business expansion and growth Europebringing together the thriving Jamstack developer community in the region behind the goal of building a better website.
Joining the Jamstack ecosystem Europe
European developers were the first users of Jamstack. According to the last Jamstack Community Survey, European developers began developing Jamstack sites on average half a year earlier than their peers in other parts of the world. To continue to support the advanced innovation that is taking place in the European developer community, Netlify is accelerating recruitment in sales, developer experience and engineering across the region.
Netlify has deep roots and a strong presence in the European region with 30% of its revenue coming from Europe. Co-founders Matt Biilmann and Chris Bach comes from Denmark. Boosting continued expansion and developer support in this region, Netlify has three key leadership roles based on United Kingdomincluding Ameer Badri, head of global solutions engineering, Phil Hawksworthdirector of developer experience and Claire Knightsenior manager of integration, frameworks and ecosystem engineering.
Currently, the company’s fully remote employee base lives around the world, with European entities established in the area. United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Spain i Portugal.
“European developers, in particular, have realized that Jamstack is the foundation for modern web architecture,” said Matt Biilmann, CEO of Netlify. “The work that European developers are doing is ahead of the curve, and we look forward to continuing to support these developers to drive the modern web.”
Building the future of e-commerce
The e-commerce industry a Europe is booming and developers are taking the opportunity to create modular e-commerce experiences, allowing teams to create and deploy sites faster, increase conversions, and differentiate their brand by decoupling the front-end web experience from backend business logic. The Jamstack community survey found that 2 out of 5 (38%) Jamstack developers Europe they are building websites for e-commerce, compared to 34% worldwide.
Netlify partners with hundreds of agencies, including a quarter Europe exclusively. To help developers keep up with the demand for high-performance e-commerce experiences, Netlify partners with 26 e-commerce companies. agencies and counting, including European agencies such as AKQA, Ask Phill, Atoms, Kin + Letter, Morrow, Moving Primates GmbH, PM doo, S’nce Group and twim GmbH. Netlify’s new vice president of partnerships, Steven Larsen, will lead the company’s global partnership and ecosystem strategy.
“Netlify has been an integral part of helping AKQA accelerate customer web projects. When Sennheiser needed to reach the market faster, scale to many international markets, and withstand traffic spikes, we knew that a headless approach with Netlify was “In a short time, we helped Sennheiser migrate to a modern, non-existent trading site using Netlify to simplify the workflow and reduce the risk that large-scale migration teams typically face.” Nicolas Le Pallec, chief technology officer. EuropeAKQA.
A developer experience with business productivity
A little bit of of Europe Well-known companies already rely on Netlify to connect, create, and run modern web applications, such as Adyen, Celonis, Danone, Glovo, Klepierre, Salling Group, Unilever, and more.
Netlify offers a complete web development platform that integrates with productivity tools and popular business developers. With an integrated 99.99% uptime, security, and compliance SLA, a high-performance global Edge network, and 24 × 7 × 365 production support, the Netlify platform helps large teams of developers deliver applications large-scale web and faster reviews.
New capabilities are continually being added to the platform, most recently Netlify Edge Functions, which allows developers to run entire web applications from the edge of the web, resulting in much faster web experiences for users. Edge features are based on Deno’s open source runtime and integrate with various web frameworks, such as Astro, 11ty, Next.js, Nuxt, Remix, SvelteKit, and Hydrogen, the framework for creating e-commerce experiences. Shopify.
“As a world leader in plant-based products, Alpro’s performance, security, speed and scalability were critical when we selected a web partner. Now Netlify is pushing our site into 45 markets. Netlify is so easy-to-use that we have the flexibility to deploy on-the-fly campaigns, easily leveraging tons of integrations with the best ecosystem solutions, “said Ralph Urmel, senior director of digital experience at Alpro, a Danone.
Netlify is hiring Europe and around the world. Learn more about open roles at netlify.com/careers.
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Netlify is the platform your developers love to create high-performance, dynamic websites, e-commerce stores, and applications. By combining a broad ecosystem of technologies, services and APIs into a single workflow, Netlify unlocks new levels of computer productivity while saving time, money and the planet.
As pioneers of the Jamstack movement, Netlify brings together all modern web frameworks, serverless features, and cutting-edge computing on one platform to deliver unparalleled user experiences. Millions of developers and companies create with Netlify, from Fortune 500 companies like Unilever and Verizon to companies that change our digital experiences like Peloton and Twilio. Start for free at netlify.com.
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