Tripp Lite simplifies online product search
Dubai, April 14, 2011
Tripp Lite, a leading manufacturer of power protection equipment, has launched its new online product selectors that help website visitors narrow their search by filtering features and specifications for Tripp Lite product lines.
The new selectors are proving to be an ideal resource to help customers quickly and easily find the perfect solution for their application, a statement said.
“The release of these new product selectors are being offered for free and can be used by our partner’s websites to help customers and sales representatives get easier access to Tripp Lite products and solutions,” said Vipin Sharma, vice president, EMEA and India Sales, Tripp Lite.
"These new online product selectors provide enormous time-saving value to end users. Moments after defining search criteria, the user is presented with the right products for the job and those products supporting documentation,” he added.
The product selectors will allow easy browsing of various Tripp Lite products like UPS systems, UPS batteries, PDUs, KVMs, cables, power inverters, racks and surge suppressors, the statement said.
The tool can be downloaded for free at Tripp Lite’s website (tripplite.com) and can easily be integrated into existing partner websites automatically allowing access to the wide array of products and solutions being offered by Tripp Lite, it added.
"While the product selectors were originally developed for Tripp Lite's website, we are happy to expand their usage to our partners' websites," said Christy Prosapio, Tripp Lite international marketing manager. – TradeArabia News Service
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