Sanden design and manufacture machinery used by air conditioning systems in the automotive industry. Sanden are international market leaders whose products feature in more than a quarter of the vehicles on the road today. They approached us to build a multilingual aftermarket website for their European customers.
Sanden needed a new public-facing website as well as a redeveloped client-facing product catalogue. In order to minimise development overheads and maintain a cohesive user experience we opted to use WordPress as the underlying platform for both parts of their online requirement.
Various pages from the public-facing side of the website
Advanced WordPress customisation allowed us to provide a tool Sanden can use to maintain their 1000+ product catalogue which logged-in users can quiz against a 30,000-strong vehicle database to find which Sanden products suit which vehicles. Multiple, faceted filtering options provide detailed product results with ease.
Sanden's client area, showing the dashboard, product filtering processes and a product details page
Sanden have said goodbye to a legacy online product catalogue that was unwieldy to use and impossible to maintain. Their clients now have a future-proof system to quickly and efficiently find the right product for their needs, view 3D product models and access a wealth of technical information all of which Sanden can autonomously update directly from their WordPress dashboard.
“We began working with Go Tripod on a small scale website to assist our European customers. This quickly grew to a multi-lingual, global site. Go Tripod swiftly implemented our ideas and gave us modern, cost-effective solutions.”
— Jessica Bulut, Aftermarket Product Range Manager, Sanden International (Europe) Ltd. Read the case study
Our involvement in this project included the following:
- Website framework design
- CMS integration (WordPress)
- Custom WordPress development
- Product catalogue development
- Website hosting
We made use of these technologies along the way:
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