Für unseren Internetshop waren wir auf der Suche nach einem kompetenten Partner, der auch komplexe Lager- und Produktstrukturen im Shop abbilden kann. Customweb überzeugte uns vor allem durch ihre lösungsorientierte und pragmatische Umsetzung.

Ursula Jacquet, Geschäftsführerin (Minnetonka Schweiz)

customweb – a success story since 2005

  • 2005
    • Implementation of our first project for Freimann Innendekoration AG. For this we programmed our first own CMS during school.
    • Some minor websites followed during the same year.
  • 2006
    • Implementation of our first online shop based on xt:Commerce at the time. During this project we realised that there is still a great lack of solutions in the field of payment processing as the existing solutions were immensely laborious to implement.
  • 2007
    • Release of our first payment module for osCommerce and xt:Commerce and partnership with Datatrans. The sales started in small quantities. Version 1.0 was made accessible to the community as freeware.
  • 2008
    • customweb Ltd. was officially registered in the register of commerce of the canton of Zurich as a legal entity (27th February).
    • Partnership with PostFinance and expansion of payment solutions to other shop systems. By then, over ten shop solutions in Switzerland were equipped with our payment gateway.
  • 2009
    • Partnership with curabill. Development of the gateway for curabill for the processing of debt management.
  • 2010
    • Increase in capital shares to 40'000 CHF.
    • Move to Technopark Winterthur and expansion of our team to five people.
  • 2012
    • Development of strategic partnerships with leading financial institutions such as SIX Payment Services, Ogone, ConCardis.
    • Expansion to Germany and Austria
  • 2013
    • Introduction of sellXed as the brand for payment modules
    • Further internationalisation with the expansion to the UK due to strategic partnerships with Sage Pay and Barclaycard
    • Expansion and move to a new office within the Technopark


customweb GmbH, History