Even when their website is a primary sales tool, some companies may be reluctant to update their sites (despite the prospect of greater efficiencies and improved user-experience) if it means moving or re-importing their product data.
But some of our most recent projects show that the process needn’t be a hassle and business owners could end up wishing they’d done it years ago.
Every client has their own unique set of requirements and these examples couldn’t be more diverse.
Worcestershire Medal Service is a manufacturer/supplier of all kinds of medals and insignia to governments around the world, with a Royal warrant. Their extensive database comprises countless orders, campaigns, and awards - often with multiple options for how the medal is supplied.
We were able to import the existing database into a brand new website and then work closely with the client to carry out any tweaks and additional features to improve the efficiency of both the user experience and the admin process.
Multifactor Europe (MFE) is a leading UK supplier of industrial and compressor filtration products. The client had an established website with a regular customer base and good search engine results for their existing range. Therefore, the task was to hook up the established products, images and descriptions with the fresh, responsive website design that MFE had commissioned.
The result is a fully functional catalogue site with a contemporary look and feel that reflects the current branding and retains all the product detail and online visibility of the old site.
Have you got a catalogue website or e-commerce system that would benefit from a design overhaul? Give us a call and we’ll help you make your wish-list a reality.
See how they workWorcester Medals Multifactor Europe
- Website design
- Data import
- Catalogue websites
- E-commerce websites