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App Development and E-Commerce Firm Signs Partnership Agreement with eBay-Owned Magento

Irish Titan of Minneapolis announced today that it has formalized an agreement with Magento, a leading e-commerce platform and web giant, with more than 100,000 online merchants.

Irish Titan has been utilizing the Magento platform for four years, as a development and e-commerce platform for its online marketing clients, but the agreement underscores the value both groups see in establishing a successful and forward-looking relationship. Irish Titan will continue to build its products on the Magento platform, and Magento in turn will list Irish Titan as a trusted advisory partner and resource.

“Magento is an international organization, and while solution partnerships are common, they have very few in the Midwest,” says Irish Titan Owner and Chief Liberation Officer Darin Lynch. "We’re about business first and online second, and we’re very excited to see what this model and our Magento partnership can do for existing clients as well as new ones.”

“We take great pride in our relationships with web solution firms around the world and know that Irish Titan will continue to create powerful e-commerce products,” said James Williams, Channel Manager at Magento. “One of the key reasons that we formalized our business with Irish Titan is that their relationships with clients start with the client's business goals and strategies and then Irish Titan recommends the appropriate products, not the other way around. They have successfully grown using this practice even in the toughest economic climate in decades and we expect a mutually beneficial arrangement going forward.”

About Magento www.magentocommerce.com

The Magento e-commerce platform serves more than 110,000 merchants worldwide and is supported by a global ecosystem of solution partners and third-party developers. Magento is a feature-rich, open-source, enterprise-class platform that offers merchants a high degree of flexibility and control over the user experience, catalog, content and functionality of their online store.

  • Magento Enterprise: The company’s premiere solution, enables mid-to-large-sized merchants to build and run world-class online stores. Magento Enterprise has been adopted by thousands of the world’s leading merchants and brands.
  • Magento Go: The company’s hosted software-as-a-service solution, provides small merchants with the tools necessary to help them succeed online – from payments to inventory management.

Quick Facts

  • Founded: March 2007
  • Employees: 375+
  • In 2011, Magento was acquired by eBay Inc. and became part of eBay’s X.commerce business unit.
  • Headquarters: Culver City, California

About Irish Titan www.irishtitan.com

Founded in 2004, Irish Titan provides advanced online strategy and services including e-commerce stores, app development, web design and other web utilities. It has nearly 20 years of leadership and technology experience ranging from Fortune 100 financial firms to national retailers to start-up and early stage companies. The company has seen triple-digit growth over the past several years as it continues to apply its “business first, online second” philosophy and gain clients around the country in a variety of industries.

Select clients include: Ducks Unlimited, Ergodyne, Artisans, Spalon Montage, Argos Risk, Law Enforcement Targets, No Name Steaks, Stormy Kromer, Timesphere, the Platinum Group, and North Mill Capital.

For more information about Irish Titan -- or to speak to company executives at either company -- please contact Martin Keller or John McKay with the information provided.

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