Invosoft Put The Eco Into E-commerce
InfoLab21 resident company Invosoft have just completed construction of a new e-commerce website for national carbon-neutral fuel supplier, Logs Direct.
The North Lancashire based company supply ethical fuel products to the likes of B&Q and the National Trust. They stock a range of softwood and hardwood fuel logs as well as kindling, firelighters and wood pellet fuels. They are also the main distributors for Blazers, an ethical and effective alternative to wood logs.
Managing Director of Invosoft, Ben Heron, said, "The website is based on the 'dashCommerce' ASP.NET Open Source e-Commerce Application.
"We found the platform very easy to customise in terms of both design and functionality. However, there are lots of custom features in the new Logs Direct website not present in the standard platform, such as our video guides section and delivery calculator based on postcode.
"The system is feature packed, user-friendly and easy to manage and maintain."
Invosoft are always keen to spend time with their customers ensuring the finished website is tailor made to each company's products.
Ben commented, "Not having a wood burner or multi-fuel stove myself (yet!), it was an area on which I knew little. After chatting to Andrew Foulds, Managing Director of Logs Direct, it seems the best wood in terms of performance (heat output, efficiency and value for money) is kiln dried wood.
"We spent an afternoon in Andrew's purpose-built production facility getting to know the products and the one thing that stands out from that day is aroma from the kiln dried stuff - nothing beats the fragrance of a real log fire!"
You can view the Logs Direct website at the link below.
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