Go-Live Hörmann web configurator

Intuitively configure doors and gates online

The Hörmann Group, Europe’s leading provider of doors, gates, frames and motors, now lets prospective customers configure their own unique house and garage doors online with the Hörmann configurator. This promotes customer proximity, a central key to success for Hörmann’s decades-long constant growth.

The online configurator photo-realistically shows the customised door embedded into the customer’s home or garage. The design can intuitively be adjusted to the actual surroundings in just a few clicks. The result is then visualised simultaneously. The user is also given a price recommendation and the full description of their individual configuration as the basis for completing their purchase with their nearest retailer, who can be identified immediately online. It’s not just the prospective customer that will benefit from the improved digital access to information offered by the new online configurator, but also Hörmann retail and trade sales partners. Interested parties already have a very clear image or may even have already made an initial decision when they make contact.

Accessible on the Hörmann website without registering, the new online configurator is based on camos CPQ software (Configure, Price, Quote), which Hörmann has been using internally for many years. Together with camos Software and Beratung GmbH, this has been optimised for the user needs of prospective Hörmann customers and intuitive configuration.

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