5 Custom Solutions for Manufacturing Websites

Industrial buyers need to know that you can perform the service they are seeking and that they have found a viable vendor. This means you need to have very detailed information about the manufacturing services that you offer, as well as in-depth content about materials used, achievable tolerances, dimensions, processes, production volumes, industries served and secondary services.

Below is a selection of advanced solutions worth including on your custom manufacturing website to make it even more useful for visitors.

1 – Show off your team

Everyone wants to know who they’re doing business with… the real people behind the product. Display members of your company’s staff, team or workforce. You can divide people into categories, such as locations, or into any other group types. You can even have a list of your staff members by position or departments.

Or display your team in a grid style or in a list with their contact information. Each image can link to further information about the team member. There are various ways of displaying the information, depending on the make-up of your individual company.

2 – Retail outlet locator tool

A store locator will help your website visitors quickly find nearby locations that sell your products.

An stylish interactive Google map displaying the locations of your retail locations will help customers find out where your products are being sold. It’s possible to have an unlimited number of markers and you can display multiple maps on your website. Many options are available to fully customize the map, such as displaying information about the location when a marker is clicked.

3 – Partners, clients and customer information

Show off who you do business with and how happy they are with your service. Incorporating logos on your website is one of the easiest, most effective ways to establish brand credibility and customer trust.

We all know how important testimonials are. I’m guessing you’ve checked out the feedback page on this website to see whether I have any happy customers. I do 🙂

4 – Warranty registration system

Allow customers to raise requests for product returns or claim the warranty for a faulty product. Manage and close warranty and return requests via an easy to manage interface. Display product warranty details on a website page, with a link to a product return form. Receive notifications on email for each request. Track the progress of the request as well as product and cost based reports.

5 – Documents, catalogue and marketing materials

Manage documents, such as health & safety information, suppliers and investors documentation or company policies – using a Windows-like interface, enabling users to view, edit and create files in the folder and its sub-folders.

Display a realistic interactive online catalogue or information booklet for customers and clients. Website visitors will be able to view it online as well as download it in PDF format.

If you think now’s the time for a website with advanced features to show off your company and it’s commitment to innovation, contact i4design to learn how I can help.

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