XANTREX, New Web Site

By Ed Sherman
BoaterMouth

Xantrex announced a major re-design for their webstire today. The new site offers vastly improved customer assistance and technical support features. Check it out…

Xantrex launches new redesigned website with enhanced features, new options, more technical resources

 

VANCOUVER, B.C., August 31, 2010 — Xantrex Technology Inc., a subsidiary of Schneider Electric, today launched its redesigned website, www.xantrex.com.

 

Senior Manager, Marketing & Product Development Grant Dunbar reports that the new website design offers not only a fresh, clean new look, but also much improved, user-friendly navigation featuring an intuitive interactive menu and a vast resource of technical, troubleshooting and product information.

 

“Working from our own experience and in analyzing select feedback from the field, we have strategically redeveloped and redesigned our Internet presence to create a much stronger and greatly improved tool for our end users, dealers/distributors and aftermarket retailers,” said Dunbar. “Our new website is very engaging and allows visitors to efficiently access information, compare and find related product accessories, plus locate technical and educational data with ease.”

 

The new website serves the company’s core markets including RV, Marine and Commercial/Industrial Vehicles, via distinguishable sections designed to meet the unique requirements of distributors/dealers, aftermarket retailers, end users, installers, electricians and media.

 

Besides its cleaner, streamlined interface, the site also offers dedicated product pages with all relevant content and imagery, media library/newsroom, technical downloads, FAQs and educational documents featuring topics of general interest in power electronics, including archival resources housing the company’s recently launched Tech Doctor editorial series. Visitors from all markets can sign up and opt-in to receive the company’s latest product updates including the introduction of new innovative power solutions, and more.      

 

Another major upgrade to the site is the dedicated Custom Power Solutions section designed for OEMs and aftermarket partners. Site content highlights the capabilities and services offered by the newly created Xantrex Business Development Team in the emerging niche markets of backup solar, wind, electric vehicle and automotive markets, including direct contact inquiry links.   

 



Ed Sherman
Ed Sherman is a regular contributor to boats.com, as well as to Professional Boatbuilder and Cruising World, where he previously was electronics editor. He also is the curriculum director for the American Boat and Yacht Council. Previously, Ed was chairman of the Marine Technology Department at the New England Institute of Technology. Ed’s blog posts appear courtesy of his website, EdsBoatTips.
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