Your partner from start to start

Aiden is a SaaS-platform, but we don't do 'hands-off' implementations. We are your partner, from start to... start! After all: going live with a new concept is really just the beginning. Experiences that are built to last, are built to evolve. Together we systematically improve the efficiency and quality of your implementation.

How we work

So, we're ready to launch a new Aiden implementation together. Awesome! Maybe it's something small, like a campaign tool, or something major, like a new set-up for your category pages. No matter the size of the implementation, our process will look roughly the same:

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First and foremost, we start with a clear and common understanding of what we're trying to achieve, why this is important and which constraints we're seeing. This step allows us to organize for success, and will provide a measuring stick for decisions and discussions along the way.

Once our mutual goal is set, we focus on the execution. From inception to materialization and implementation — together we bring your Aiden concept to life (live!). But our involvement doesn't end there. Once an implementation is live, the real fun can begin. We are with you throughout the live phase to ensure that your users are actually getting the helping hand they need.

What we bring to the table

We bring vision, ambition and hustle to every new partnership. Yes, we are experienced professionals with a proven track record in creating successful digital experiences. But it's our drive to help fix what's broken — with a great platform and great people — that really sets us apart.

For every new implementation our team of experts is on hand to guide your concept to success. We have dedicated specialists across all key disciplines, guaranteeing your project will be implemented as quickly and smoothly as possible.

As your partner, we employ an open, agile and flexible way of working. Our approach allows us to deal creatively with the limitations of legacy, while fully recognizing the importance of established internal processes.