For today's enterprises, the website may be the first stop for users to understand the company, and the first portal for marketing and image publicity. Whether it is image display or sales assistance, the role of the corporate website is self-evident. However, the traditional lighting industry can only do a good job of corporate website, a handful. It's embarrassing to do well; it is painful to do well. Do not believe? I'll count it for you.
The embarrassment of those years because of the website:
1. In the Internet era, websites are corporate portals. You do n’t even have a website? Bad review!
2. The mobile Internet has been around for so many years. Can't your website be browsed by mobile phones? Bad review!
3. Your website is too cumbersome to use. Without a quick search, finding a lamp has to look through paper-like sample books one by one. Bad review!
4. The lighting product introduction on your website is too boring and there is no intuitive application guidance. Bad review!
5. Can't your website generate the fixture information directly according to my requirements, like I did? Bad review!
6. Your case is very good. I also need to achieve this effect, but I can't see at a glance what products are used on the website. Bad review!
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The pain of website construction in
1. What kind of website must be made in order to be easy to use, will customers, designers and dealers like it? I don't understand.
2. What functions should the website have and how to structure the system to facilitate future expansion? I don't understand.
3. There are so many parameters involved in lighting, it is not clear at all. Blue is thin.
4. In our traditional production enterprises, there is no product manager who can plan the website at all. What we get is still not easy to use. What should we do? Blue is thin.
5. Communicate with IT companies that engage in outsourcing. I don't know IT. He doesn't understand lighting. He talks with ducks. Blue is thin.
6. Outsourcing IT companies are very resistant to every small change. It takes more time and additional money. Three months to half a year, 100,000 to 200,000. Blue is thin.
7. After the outsourcing IT company finishes, it only needs basic technical maintenance, and does not do version upgrades. This era is developing so fast that new requirements and functions cannot be met. Blue is thin.
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