FIT MY 4WD – Custom Drawers

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About the Client

Located in Australia, FIT MY 4WD is car accessories and modifications retail company popular for trading robust quality Drawer Systems, Lighting, CB Radios & Antennas, Maxliner Maxpro Floor, Recovery Equipment, Camping kits, and Fridges. The company has a renowned reputation among car freaks and modification lovers. Offering precise customizations and the ability to tune your personal vehicle just the way you want, FIT MY 4WD has a motto – “Don’t buy Australian just because it’s Australian! Buy Australian because it’s BETTER!

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Project Requirements

FIT MY 4WD has their online webshop running on PrestaShop CMS. Having a vast collection of alteration parts and vehicular equipment in their inventory, the client reached out to Nethues’s certified PrestaShop developers for a custom build to enhance their user shopping experience. Acknowledging the rising demand, they required a bespoke configurator to assist customers in planning, ideating and visualizing the implementation of drawers and fridges in their vehicle’s boot space. FIT MY 4WD shared their concern about receiving major requests regarding three particular types of cars – Wagon, UTE, and VAN.

The client personally requested to keep the module’s user interface as simplified as possible since the mainstream audience category they serve is mechanical savvy, unlike tech-savvy. They don’t want their website visitors to get lost in the complexity of the module. A simple drag-drop and selection functionality module would do the job. In addition to this, FIT MY 4WD was experiencing server downtime and checkout problems in their PrestaShop. So, they subscribed to Nethues’s additional services for performance optimization, Network re-calibration, and module repairing.

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Our Solution

Our certified PrestaShop developer firstly created a project blueprint to smoothen the workflow process. The blueprint was verified and discussed with the client to prevent unexpected intermediate challenges for the project. Having the policy to maintain a 100% workflow transparency, Nethues set up professional project management and communication tools such as Basecamp, Trello, and Slack. Furthermore, to help the client communicate directly with the developer, professional Skype profiles and team discussion channels were created.

Post that, the PrestaShop developer proceeded toward the configurator’s architecture design, code execution, and functionality testing. To verify if the configurator is functioning correctly, they integrated it into their demo webshop operating on a staging server and then incorporated it into FIT MY 4WD’s PrestaShop webshop. Our team monitored the webshop’s vitals and performance on multiple browsers, operating systems, and mobile resolutions post-module integration. After we were done with the module aspect, we proceeded on to the PrestaShop audit.

Nethues PrestaShop development team uses a list of over 50 eCommerce health check parameters to ensure the store is optimized and has all the necessary elements to succeed in today’s digital world. Our PrestaShop certified engineer then shared the in-depth audit report with FIT MY 4WD and explained each discrepancy over a professional team call. When the client understood each requisite thoroughly, our team fixed the errors found in their checkout module and optimized their backend servers for no downtime. We then shared the audit report and acquired the client’s final feedback.

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Client Rating

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Technical Bits

  • Configurator/module architecture designing
  • Data backup from the configuration form
  • Module deployment and testing on the staging server
  • Module filtration using customers’ data
  • Module integration and final optimization
  • PrestaShop audit
  • Backend, database, and server re-calibration
  • Re-networking
  • Checkout module’s code bug fixing
  • Re-installation of the checkout module
  • Webshop’s performance recondition on Safari browser

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