Pimcore development agency

It's not too bold to say ‘We love Pimcore’. It's the best data and content management platform that we have ever used, by far!

We're a Pimcore development agency based in Manchester, UK. We use Pimcore for all sorts of projects, from small bespoke content managed websites to building large cross border PIM solutions for international organisations. Learn more about why we choose Pimcore here.

What is
Pimcore?

Pimcore is an opensource PHP framework used for data, content and asset management. Originally a pure PIM, it has grown to be so much more. It provides enterprise level features that span: digital commerce, customer management, master data management, web-to-print, omni-channel publishing and digital experiences.

Pimcore can be used as a pure data house to store product information that integrates with separate business systems or as a base that customer facing products such as websites, ecommerce stores or mobile apps sit directly on top of.

What our client says:

Dont take our word for it, hear it direct from a Pimcore client

Pimcore has been our platform of choice to manage our product information and website. The team at Userism have been great to work with and we look forward to seeing where the next stage of development will take the business.

David Fairclough | Managing Director | Pinseeker

How we use Pimcore

We love Pimcore for its flexibility and scalabilty. Its typically our framework for larger projects that require bespoke integrations or a full range of content and asset management features. We use Pimcore in a number of ways:

Our experience with Pimcore

Our team have learnt a thing or two about Pimcore and PIM development over the years…

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Pimcore projects

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