The catalogue app puts all the information customers need before they decide on a purchase in one accessible, easy-to-use app. Customers get complete access to the product database in the palm of their hands. This innovative app is an acheivement for the company that helps brings the brand closer to their customers.
Geepas, the flagship brand of Western International Group, stands as the world's largest electronics brand portfolio and the only brand that covers multiple segments like entertainment products, home appliances, kitchen appliances, personal gadgets and lighting products. It has an extensive range of deliverables of over 1500 products catering to household requirements in 88 countries across the globe.
|Project:||Catalogue Mobile App|
|Technologies:||PHP, PhoneGap, MySQL|
|Completion Date:||Mid 2015|
|Key value:||A hybrid mobile app using PhoneGap for Android and iPhone|
The Geepas project required developing a catalogue mobile app using hybrid technology in iPhone and Android platforms. The main objective of this application is to provide instant access to product details for customers, sales staff and distributors on their mobiles. The app also has features like push notifications to announce latest offers & events and dealer locator with Google Map display.
The innovative application brings the product specifications to the customer’s hand, making information access much more convenient & easy.
Customers & dealers can stay updated with the latest products across all categories, check products with the most wanted specifications, compare products, and find out about the latest offers & events available at stores all across the region.
With a simple-to-use attractive interface, this Catalogue App provides a direct bridge with the customers & dealers who are always on the move and prefer being informed about the latest products and features of their favorite brand in any part of the world.
With a smart push notification system, the Catalogue App ensures that customers don’t miss any action that happens in Geepas while they are busy with their daily routines.