Using the professional version of DNN (Evoq) we created a single website with multiple versions of content to be delivered to specific audiences, depending on the geographic location and language preference of each end user.
So anyone who searches for ‘Norbar’ will see the same listing in Google – pointing them to www.norbar.com. However, when they arrive at the website they will be presented with content in their own language and the contact details of the local office nearest to them.
Despite the fact that Evoq was supposed to offer this functionality straight out of the box, there were some technical teething troubles and we had to trouble-shoot the CMS in order to show DNN Corp where the failings were and how they should be addressed. DNN Corp took our feedback on board and fixed all of the issues in the next release of the CMS.
As well as working with DNN Corp to build the geo-location based content delivery system used on the Norbar website, our own developers created a great deal of bespoke features for the website, including a product-selector module. We find that when functionality is required on a website, it cannot always be found in elements that are available ‘off-the-shelf.’
This being the case, our clients can be confident that the BBI team will fully understand their requirements, accurately scope the development project and then deliver it on time and within budget.