New Site Search Product Helps Online Merchants Boost Sales
West Chicago, IL - June 24, 2008 - Reinhart Technologies Inc.
announced the general availability of its newest product
CyberSiteSearch, which assists online merchants to significantly
increase sales on their e-commerce web sites.
The product affords a proven methodology that combines site search
tools, merchandizing, and search marketing features. Web sites using
CyberSiteSearch experience increases in both the number of visitors
from search engines and sales conversion rate.
"Our product offers a unique, continually reinforcing process for
online business improvement," explained John Schoeph, President of
Reinhart Technologies. "First, we boost sales by offering a full
featured e-commerce style site search that makes it easy for site
visitors to rapidly locate and purchase products. Then we leverage both
visitor behavior and product data to improve search engine positioning
for the site's product pages. The result is still more visitors who are
assisted in exactly the same ways with rapidly locating and purchasing
products, resulting in still more sales."
The product is implemented using a "hosted" or "Software as a
Service" (Saas) model, where all the software actually resides on the
vendor's servers. As a result, merchants need not license or install
costly and complicated software on their server. "Merchant Friendly
Pricing" is set at just pennies per SKU per month, making the product
particularly attractive to small and medium size business web sites. A
limited-function, free version is available for starter web sites.
CyberSiteSearch is actually the result of the company's principals'
experience as e-commerce merchants. When they couldn't locate a
commercially available product to accomplish the desired set of
functions at a price that made sense, they decided to implement one for
their own use and offer it to other merchants.
"What makes us truly unique is that this product was built by
experienced e-commerce merchants for e-commerce merchants; no other
vendor can claim that," explained Schoeph. "Since we originally
developed it for our gourmet food web site, you could say we eat our
For further information, contact:
Reinhart Technologies Inc.