Salesupply offers a new shared e-commerce customer service in Scandinavia!

June 1, 2023 by
Frank Calviño

By Salesupply - Expanding your e-commerce business to Scandinavia just became easier and more affordable. Webstores can now offer native customer service in the Nordic countries even when their customer service ticketing volume is low.

Salesupply just formed a strategic partnership with H1, one of the leading customer service providers in Scandinavia.  

Being the only customer service specialist strictly for e-commerce, Salesupply aims to simplify international expansion for online stores. With the shared customer service of Salesupply, online stores can make use of well-trained customer service agents in 36 languages, even if their ticketing volume is (still) low. The partnership with H1 enables Salesupply to offer this pay-as-you-use shared customer service model in all Scandinavian languages as well.  

Compete like a local everywhere

“I am extremely happy that we are now also able to support online stores with their expansion to Scandinavia. Quality always comes first at Salesupply, which is why we are glad to be working with H1.” says Hans Siebum, Managing Director Global at Salesupply. “H1 is one of the most renowned customer service providers in Scandinavia. We have a lot in common when it comes to service excellence, scalability, and customer flexibility.”

Find out more about Salesupply and all the solutions it can provide for your e-commerce here! 

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