Norwegian Visma Acquires Danish 1st Web

1st Web

writer icon Hanne Larsen     Visma   |   Business     🕐 10. Mar. 2020

"For B2B companies, future growth will depend on robust e-commerce, PIM, and self-service solutions," Visma writes in their press release.

With Visma's acquisition of Danish 1st Web, Visma will be well equipped to help these companies grow and meet their customers’ needs long into the future.

Stronger on Danish Territory
The acquisition extends Norwegian Visma’s presence in Denmark and further establishes the company as a provider of complete digital business solutions for the B2B segment.

The Attributes of 1st Web
Danish consultancy company, 1st Web, have been specialising in business strategy for B2B companies through web development, e-commerce and complex integrations.

In addition to providing strategy, the company also creates value for its customers through design, development, integration and digital marketing.

1st Web will be incorporated into Co3, a company acquired by Visma in 2018 which focuses on e-commerce and digital marketing solutions for customers in retail, production, distribution, and other industries, Visma explains in their press release.

“The acquisition of 1st Web will allow Co3 to strengthen and expand its position in the Danish market. Co3 has achieved great growth over the years, and with 1st Web can now offer additional skills and expertise to support the future journey," says Lars Berthelsen, Managing Director of Visma Custom Solutions in Denmark.

Also happy with the newest addition to the family CEO of Co3 Christian Poulsen adds:

“Co3 and 1st Web share a burning passion for helping B2B companies meet their digital growth potential. Through Visma’s international reach, and by integrating 1st Web competencies and solutions into Co3, we can help companies in brand new ways in the fight for customers.”

Tobias Høst, CEO of 1st Web, concurs: "We greatly look forward to this new collaboration with Co3, and to be part of the Visma family. We are excited for the new opportunities this will bring for our customers who will benefit from our combined solutions and expertise.”

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