Not only has version 2 of our popular online door designer gone down well with homeowners, but a number of our trade customers have now integrated the software module within their own websites with great success.
The module has been designed for all devices, so that door images can be shown to their largest possible size and with the opportunity to upload an image, there’s no need for a separate App development. Seven well established companies have already embedded the Door Designer within their own website, with a number of others in the pipeline.
Cheam Windows, Connole Conservatories, Direct Glazing, Oakwood Home Improvements, Platinum NRG, CompositeDoors.ie and CMS Garage and Entrance Doors have been the first to adopt this technology with Inspire Windows just a matter of days away. The latest developments to the Door Designer which was built by Business Micros, encourages consumers to save their chosen door as a PDF, view it on their property, share with social media and even send directly to their local Preferred Installer for a follow up quote.
With marketing support moving at a pace, following the recent launch of our latest 92 page brochure and the ongoing development of the website and other digital technologies, we are quickly building a successful and well recognised brand. Customers are now integrating this new software module within their own online activities and with a new PPC campaign now in place, we expect further brand penetration at the consumer level.
Stephen Nadin, managing director of Endurance Doors commented: ‘As much as we’re eager to see consumers use our Door Designer directly and as a means of lead generation, we’re actively encouraging our customers to follow suit. It’s the perfect selling tool in the home or showroom environment with either a tablet or phone.’
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