design and development for b2b


B2B Ecommerce Design that boosts your Digital Transformation

Brilliant B2B & B2B2C Ecommerce Websites done in time and budget through our painless project process, curated through almost two decades of experience.


Digital Transformation remains a top priority for Wholesale brands looking to grow business online, with 84% of you recognizing that “Success of the project depends on the chosen implementation partner” (MasterB2B, 2023).

Our methodology drastically shortens the development cycle through pragmatic delivery, a smart strategy, and a seasoned understanding of your industry needs.

RevAmp is an accurate, fast-paced project model that, combined with our B2B expertise, paves the way for a top-notch performant Ecommerce delivered on schedule and on budget, reducing time to market and immediately providing objectively better results for you, your team and your customers.

What you can expect

We're thorough because investing in planning makes work simple. Here's how we (make it) work:

Phase i

Kick Guesstimations Away

Project success relies on solid planning. We're big on measuring twice to cut once. Our projects begin with a full Ecommerce Audit to help us understand not only what we have to build and how, but why — the key factors that will make this project a hit — and, most importantly, who you are, what your company stands for, how your customers perceive you and how we can help you achieve your goals.

Our Ecommerce Audit will help us understand the current state of your website, performance, techology, strategy and marketing.

It will give you a full roadmap including priorities, recommendations, improvements (within and beyond our project) and insights for future development.

Phase II

Minimum Viable Website:
Covering 80% of the project in 90 days.

Most projects fail at the priority level. "Minimum" doesn't mean doing less; it means doing the right things at the right time, for maximum impact.

If everything is important, nothing is important. Once we understand every step, we can prioritize what's essential and define all quick wins so we can make an impact swiftly, and the website can start to pay itself off. This means:

  • The task list has to fit a 90-day cycle. This forces us to prioritize smartly.
  • We'll suggest tools and processes that can speed up new content deployment and designs in, increasing time to market 5x to 10x.
  • We'll work only on the key areas that guarantee positive impact of your buyer cycle.
  • We'll favor content, structure, and key features over bells and whistles, so we can avoid SEO disruptions, downtime or unexpected bugs.
  • Finally, we can choose whether to beta-test the MVP with real users, or go for an actual site launch. Even the best designs should be tested with with real customers before going live. 

Phase III

Delivery & Deployment:
Time for hugs, champagne and new ideas.

With the MVP and the core structure ready to go anytime you want, we can now focus on refining the design, crafting the additional features, and making sure everything works just like you envisioned. This stage covers:

  • Development, testing and deployment of any additional, non-prioritary features.
  • Advanced caching, refining code and other performance-oriented work to make your website as fast as possible.
  • Catching and solving any remaining bugs or imperfections.
  • Hand-off of any remaining accesses, permissions or platform credentials.
  • Hand-off of backup files and deliverables.
  • Hand-off of version control ownership.
  • Throwing a party. Hugging random people on the street is optional.  

Phase IV

Training, Warranty & Hand-off:
Giving you certainty and independence.

We'll monitor bugs and performance closely, and fix any issues you might report as part of our 45-day post-launch warranty period. In the meantime we'll give your team the tools they need to keep growing and improving the website. 

  • Team training on every new platform.
  • Support ticket portal with top priority.
  • Transparent development and problem resolution.
  • Webinars and video calls to answer questions and monitor updates.
  • Final documentation and project closure.

We'd love to hear your story and find out if we can be a great match.

Do any of these resonate?

  • Your brands are evolving but your Ecommerce lacks features, experience or is simply not up to your current standards anymore.
  • Your website is becoming increasingly more expensive, inefficient, slow to adopt new features, insecure, or a combination of all.
  • You’re new at the company and want to turn things around, or have been through a few frustrating attempts at making e-commerce flourish.
  • Your customers demand new, better experiences closer to what a traditionally faster B2C website offers.
  • You're growing and expectations are good, but your website is slowing your progress down.
  • You’re ready to get expert help and you want an agency that can lead the initiative.
  • Online business grew since COVID and onwards, but it's scaling and you can no longer wing it. You need a better, bigger & faster approach.
  • You have a clear picture of what success looks like to you but don’t know how to get there.

“Eight websites, in four countries, across three languages. For years our websites were bad, and every month we felt we were setting our money on fire. And then we contracted with TakeFortyTwo. Our website is faster than it ever was, it literally never went down, and our sales are 4x what they were before. I can't say enough about working with them. They're kind, friendly, smart, funny, efficient and brilliant. Our business has never been the same.”

Peter Waisnor • VP of Tenba and Shimoda Designs

Step by step

Setting some shared expectations.

1. Discovery Call

A 30-min call with our CEO or CTO where we figure out if our set of skills can assist you on your particular project. We'll go through:

  • Your audience, products, history and values
  • Current tech stack, marketing efforts and overall strategy
  • What the future looks like
  • A very rough idea about scope
  • And an open chat about how we work and what unique value we can bring to the mix

2. Definitions

We'll follow up with a 60-min call with our CEO or CTO and a Senior Account Manager where we'll dig deeper into your shared assumptions, potential blockers, and scope definitions. Depending on the size and complexity of your project we might need a second planning session, though most of the conversation happens asynchronously.



3. Proposal

Once we have the definitions we'll present you a proposal of collaboration and our vision for this project.

If all looks good, we'll sign a contract including an NDA, and send the invoices for payment and project confirmation. The mandatory research stage begins immediately as we send you the initial assesment and survey, but production work always requires scheduling at least three weeks in advance. 



3. Your website

We'll run Phases I to V as stated above. Once we're done, we'll send you performance reports and sit down to make sure your expectations are fulfilled and the project is approved and completed.

Then we'll keep an eye on everything for 45-days to make sure all systems work smoothly and we're all happy with the outcome.

Some more things to consider


Depends on the scope, but in most cases we have you up and running within four months (90-day dev cycle + planning).


This is what we'll need from you:

  • Discovery and planning calls.
  • Signed contract and upfront invoice.
  • Brand discovery interview.
  • 1-hour weekly call so we can ask every question and understand your brand and activities in full.


100% remote. You can check out our FAQs for more info on how we work.


We schedule our work at least three weeks in advance for better coordination and results. If there's a strong need to fast-track a project we can discuss what it involves.


Starts at $30.000 depending on the project scope and complexity.

Payment Terms

Partial advance payment required to begin.

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