We put users first.
That's why our custom ecommerce software converts so many of them.
“Table XI had our buyers and suppliers test the prototype, and that was a big learning experience for us. We walked away with a lot of insights.
Of course looking at it now, it makes all the sense in the world.”
Lisa Fiore, founder of LandscapeHub
Opening up an industry with a two-sided marketplace
The LandscapeHub team came to us with more than 100 years of family experience in the nursery business — and a desire to disrupt everything. We helped them build a two-sided marketplace connecting buyers and sellers, then train a new tech team to run it. Today they're a fully-funded startup with big plans to expand.
The first ecommerce site we built for The Spice House in 2006 drove a 14-fold increase in online sales. So the bar was high 10 years later, when we embarked on a total redesign. Fortunately we've learned a lot about the business in 15 years of working together. When the new website launched, revenue jumped 35 percent, and it's still going strong.
Sprout San Francisco came to us in 2012 wanting to connect with parents searching for non-toxic and eco-friendly gear. We saw an opportunity to grow sales with a baby registry app, and helped Sprout capitalize. Four years later, Sprout came back to update the app using the massive trove of user data it had collected.
Cobbler Concierge provides on-demand shoe and handbag repair. So we both know the value of good craftsmanship. To streamline their operations, we built a custom logistics system with a back-end portal for managing repairs and a consumer-facing ecommerce site for requesting service.
Everything But The House started in 2008 with an idea for an estate sale marketplace. After seven years of substantial growth, they came to Table XI to build a new mobile app where users could browse and bid on unique items. In three months we concepted and launched an iOS app — and saw over 8,000 downloads in its first month.
Keiser makes state-of-the-art fitness equipment used by professional athletes worldwide. To reach new audiences, the team needed modern digital marketing platforms. Together, we created a responsive website with a robust CMS and an iPad sales tool to educate potential buyers.
When fashion designer Maria Pinto — yup, the Michelle Obama favorite — wanted to relaunch her brand, she came to Table XI for advice. We helped her build a successful ecommerce strategy and platform for her new M2057 line. Today Maria’s business is thriving, with website sales alone growing more than 50 percent last year.
We're consistently impressed with the way our own Noel Rappin solves problems. His ideas on testing and payments are pushing the industry forward, and fortunately, he's generous with his knowledge, publishing multiple books, hosting workshops and speaking wherever Rails conferences take him