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How Stilnest Improved Their eCommerce Performance to Drive Higher Conversions

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Please join us as we speak to founders of the German-based jewellery company, Stilnest, Michael Aigner, Mike Schäkermann and Tim Bibow about how they overcame slow performance on their Magento site and achieved higher conversions through better end-user experience. They will share best practices based on how they gained visibility into common Magento performance bottlenecks and how they created a framework for maintaining a positive end user experience.

During this webinar, Michael, Mike, Tim and Harald Zeitlhofer, Performance Advocate at Dynatrace will discuss:

  • How to improve conversions by overcoming common performance bottlenecks on Magento and other eCommerce platforms
  • How to understand the impact rich content, new features, and third parties have on user experience
  • How to build a framework for considering the impact of new releases on user experience and conversions

Webcast Details
Title: How Stilnest Improved Their eCommerce Performance to Drive Higher Conversions
Date: Thursday, 25th June, 2015
Time: 6 pm BST / 7 pm CEST

Whether you are an eCommerce developer, IT Ops, or eCommerce application owner, learn how to overcome hurdles that cause slow performance and low conversions on your eCommerce site.


SANDRA PEIL | Marketing Manager |  | O: +44 1628 611 000
Dynatrace, Quantum, 60 Norden Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 4AY


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