10 Reasons Why You Won’t Miss Our Old eCatalog

R-Diaz Ricardo Diaz September 30, 2013
10 Reasons Why You Won’t Miss Our Old eCatalogLately, any website you go to is overpopulated with articles starting with “X reasons to…” in order to drive traffic. Well, I’m a sucker for a good idea and I couldn’t resist the temptation.

So, here is my contribution to the bullet-trend articles-Top 10 reasons why you won't miss our old eCatalog:

  1. Trendy, completely redesigned eCatalog is now part of our redesigned website
  2. Easier to navigate
  3. A more powerful search engine
  4. Better structured in a concise set of three vertical markets
  5. Clean, elegant layout that you'll love.
  6. Collapsible topics merging succinct pages and comprehensive content
  7. Aside from the traditional approach (View by Product Type), you can browse our solutions as a complete entity using the "View by Brand" tab
  8. Handy related resources. Every solution now comes accompanied by a right-hand section of related resources (should you miss anything, let us know)
  9. More graphical method to select products in the product listings
  10. Lots of new features in the listing and product pages (filters, sticky top area, images gallery, export capabilities, etc)
  11. Improved comparison charts
  12. My projects section (that's a subject for another blog posting)

Oops, I listed more than 10 reasons. Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Anyway, there are lots of exciting reasons to discover our new Product Catalog. So, start using it and let us know what you think by using comment section below.

About the Author


Ricardo Diaz

Ricardo Diaz is a global marketing campaigns manager for CommScope. He is responsible for the development and implementation of the company’s marketing campaigns for global enterprise customers. Located in the Madrid Area in Spain, Diaz plans, manages and measures campaigns in every region of the world. Before joining CommScope, Diaz worked as a tech manager for both Lucent Technologies and Avaya. Upon CommScope’s acquisition of Avaya, Diaz became an engineer program manager and was subsequently promoted to technical manager before gaining his current role. Diaz graduated from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid with a telecommunications engineering degree.