Spryker is the most advanced e-commerce framework worldwide

It is based on the vast experience of more than 100 global e-commerce projects created by Rocket Internet and Project A Ventures in Berlin.

Spryker’s technological roots – known as “Alice and Bob” and “Yves and Zed” – are Rocket Internet’s and Project A’s inhouse software solutions designed to meet the demands of ambitious and disruptive commerce projects. The requirements of such projects led to the creation of the internal software as there was no appropriate technology available in the market. In November 2014 Spryker was founded to offer the architecture to industry clients.



Alexander Graf


Alexander sees to the strategy and business development of Spryker Systems. Since 2011 he has built the management consulting firm eTribes, supporting companies during their digital transformation, and formed a reknowned expert network, consulted by publishing houses such as Gruner Jahr, manufacturers, amongst others Vitra, as well as corporations like the Otto Group. Alexander is the publisher of the acknowledged blog Kassenzone and the author of numerous articles and books.

Nils Seebach


Nils oversees the finances and business development of Spryker Systems. He is an investment expert with international background, including Morgan Stanley, HSBC and Fernbach Software. Since 2011 he has built several companies, amongst them the NetImpact Framework GmbH, an information technology business which was successfully sold to the Otto Group in 2013, as well as the reknowned expert network eTribes. Moreover he is the author of the blog Digitalkaufmann, that tackles new business models from a due diligence and finance point of view.

Fabian Wesner


Fabian is responsible for the architecture of the technology framework. He supported the development of Zalando and was the architect of both the Alice & Bob framework by Rocket Internet and its evolutionary successor Yves & Zed by Project A Ventures, which is used as the foundation of Spryker Systems. Under his technical guidance, dozens of leading e-commerce business models worldwide have been brought to life, including dafiti.com.br, lamoda.ru and tirendo.de.

Boris Lokschin


Boris oversees the strategic international development of Spryker’s services ecosystem. He focuses on enabling strategic industry partnerships, our indirect partner channels as well as managing our Professional Services unit. Prior to Spryker, Boris was CEO at Symmetrics and later part of CGI’s e-commerce leadership, where he led a strong team across international locations and supported 100+ European e-commerce projects including Zalando, Mars, Tengelmann and Planet Sports. Boris is a frequent speaker and shares his insights at industry events.