Blog – Scurri


Blog >> Release the Penguin

At Scurri, we love continuous improvements. We’re never happy with the status quo. Over the past months, our developers have been working hard on project “Penguin”. In short, we’re updating  Scurri to our new user interface. But that last sentence doesn’t do the effort involved any justice. The updated has taken; hours upon hours of coding many […] Read more

19. 10. 2016



Blog >> Scurri sponsors Pycon 2016

We’re delighted to announce that Scurri will be a major sponsor of Pycon 2016! We absolutely love Python and this event and some of our developers will be presenting the keynote as well as a talk. We’ll have plenty of people at it, so please come along and say hi. The event will run on Sat 5th – […] Read more

04. 10. 2016



Blog >> Investments and New Appointments – Why 2016 Is Proving To Be A Very Good Year For Brightpearl

Image sourced from Brightpearl When Derek O’Carroll was named the new CEO of Brightpearl this summer, chairman Charles Grimsdale stated that the Board had recruited an executive with “a proven record of transforming businesses and formulating strategic operations and plans designed to capitalise on regional opportunities”. Having previously headed up Symantec’s Norton business, the company […] Read more

19. 09. 2016



Blog >> Magento Launches New Holiday Analytics Dashboard Tool

Image sourced from Permira The eCommerce software and platform supplier Magento has launched a new dashboard to provide merchants with advanced insights into successful strategies during the busy Christmas trading period. The new Magento Holiday Dashboard achieves this by using a merchant’s live data to inform better commerce decisions for the Christmas trading season. The […] Read more

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How Will Brexit Affect The UK’s eCommerce Industry?

It’s been some weeks since the UK held a referendum on whether it should leave or remain in the European Union and much remains unclear as to how the Brexit outcome will affect the online retail sector. The high turnout of 71.8% at polling stations resulted in the leave side reaching 52% and remain reaching […] Read more