Stewart Filmscreen revamps website with ‘Screen Finder’

Stewart Filmscreen has reworked its website to allow customers to access new options, tools, and content. A ‘Screen Finder’ capability means that browsers can search for a screen for a particular environment using a ‘Configurator Price Quote’ (CPQ) tool, which includes built-in drawing and quote capabilities that speed up the design process.

“No matter if a customer is ordering a screen from our value-added preconfigured Cima series or a custom-made screen from one of our 35 other product families, each and every screen is meticulously handcrafted by one of our professional artisans. There’s no one else that delivers the seamless quality or the level of customization that we do,” said Mary Stewart, CEO and owner of Stewart Filmscreen. “This website relaunch reflects our relentless attention to detail by delivering the best customer experience at every step of the process. Everything needed to make a screen decision will now be offered right on our website, truly making it as easy as possible to do business with us.”

The company says the new site is intuitive and easy to navigate, and is replete with quick-access menus, original content, and “stunning visuals.” There are 35 of Stewart options to filter by screen type, image width, mounting method, masking options, or special features. After selecting a product, it is possible to learn more about each product and its ideal applications, see it in a gallery of real-life installations, and access a printable brochure. The brochure itself has technical information, fabric options, and the base MSRP specific to that product. There is also a screen material comparison tool of its 30 different screen materials.

The Screen Finder tool poses a series of questions based on a few key project details to determine which product or products would be most appropriate for the specific venue. The Dealer Login now includes CPQ, which is currently in beta stage, but replaces the former Web Screen Assistant. Dealers can configure a 2D scalable drawing, create and export CAD drawings, and get quotes. Stewart Filmscreen has also updated many of the names of its customers’ favorite screens, which have been re-branded with easier-to-understand names for faster identification.

More information is available on SF’s website here.

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