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Fill Me

Promoting Sustainable Drinking behavior with Fill Me


Visual Design and User Experience

Magento 2 Development

UI Customization

Product Customisation Plugin

Odoo Integration

Website Maintenance and Continued Support


Magento 2



Fill Me is a Switzerland and Liechtenstein based niche product line company selling water bottles with patented technology to enterprise customers. They invest a sizeable part of their profits in a non-profit venture focused on sustainable drinking water projects.

We built a premium brand experience, delivering the best Ecommerce functionalities using Magento. We supported features like bulk ordering and bulk order discounts for customers with enterprise or retailer logins. Other noted features were Odoo integration and product customization.

Fill Me - Ecommerce Webstore

The FILL ME bottle is a Swiss invention. It is the world’s only swing top bottle made of borosilicate glass. CHF 1.– each bottle is donated to DRINK & DONATE, a non-profit organization that gives people in developing countries access to clean drinking water.

We designed and developed a unique Magento based Ecommerce platform which captured the Swiss essence of user experience and design. One of the prominent features our Magento experts built was  to make specially priced bulk products SKUs available only for enterprise/retail user logins with discounted pricing. There is a product customization and save feature which helped buyers add names, logos etc. and get them custom printed on the bottles and delivered. Custom Gateway app integration helped us achieve this. Magento integrations with Odoo and Swiss post were also done to enable order fulfilment process.

Our team also developed a custom bottle design feature into the Magento 2 environment, allowing consumers and companies to design and ship their own bottles.

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