Waterloo, Australia (PressExposure) October 12, 2012 -- The Gasweld Tools Centre, one of the most well known power tools store in Australia, is expected to complete its website restructuring and re-launch before the end of 2012. Inside sources indicate that the company's web development team is putting the finishing touches to the new website.
The new version of the website is important to many DIY construction and repair enthusiasts because Gasweld is a leading tools distributor online. According to one of the Magento certified lead developers who is in charge of the web restructuring for the said company, several changes will be implemented which will help users and customers have a much better e-commerce experience.
Those changes include, but are not limited to, the following:
Powerful Search Capabilities. Gasweld will now help online users search for the right product or item by using search mechanisms with powerful algorithms. This means that search results within the website will turn out better matches for the needs of the user.
Layered Navigation. Users can now sort, select and group items in the website which will help them navigate better towards their wanted product or tool. Layered navigation is one of the best features present in Magento websites.
Ratings and Reviews. The Gasweld website will be among the top online buying portals in the world because of this feature. Just like Ebay and Amazon, Gasweld's website visitors can now rate the products they bought and leave reviews on performance and quality. This will help other buyers make wiser decisions when it comes to purchasing power tools.
Product Suggestion Tools. There will be a way for web visitors to receive automatic suggestions for tools and items that match their needs. This will help people reach the right item in as little time as possible.
At present, Gasweld has dozens of branches all over Australia. The new website will help web visitors find the nearest branch through the enhanced store locator feature. DIY enthusiasts are keeping their fingers crossed for the upcoming re-launch.