New viastore website online
Intralogistics solutions and contact to experts at the first click
After intensive preparation, conception and planning, the new website of the supplier of intralogistics systems, software and services, viastore GROUP, went online at the beginning of October. The aim of the relaunch was to further enhance user-friendliness by means of a simpler and more intuitive navigation structure, faster loading times, more comprehensible content and an optimized display on mobile devices. For its Internet presence, viastore switched to a new Content Management System (CMS), which allows an even more modern web design and the use of dynamic and interactive content elements that playfully convey added value to the user. In addition, the content of the pages has been fundamentally revised and made easier to understand. New pictures, which were taken during several photo shoots at the company headquarters in Stuttgart as well as in logistics facilities, show the authentic image of the company - because this is what the company's own employees and customers are modelled on.
The project comprises a total of four different websites, each in six different languages: The cross-group site guides visitors to the homepages of viastore SOFTWARE or viastore SYSTEMS with its international companies in Germany, Spain, France, the Czech Republic, North America and Brazil, each of which has its own website with individual content. The fourth website is aimed at those interested in working for the intralogistics expert and provides information about viastore as an employer: On its career page, the company presents, among other things, the various fields of activity, as well as career opportunities in which new team members can become active and introduces what the individual viastore locations have to offer.
"Thanks to the intuitive menu navigation, users can find their solutions at the first click. He can get a comprehensive picture based on suitable references and quickly get in touch with our experts," says viastore CEO Philipp Hahn-Woernle.