SENSOR SOLUTIONS SELECTS CATALOG DATA SOLUTIONS TO UPDATE THEIR MAGNETIC SENSOR SELECTION WIZARD

San Jose, CA, December 3, 2015. CDS (Catalog Data Solutions), a leading provider of Industrial B2B eCommerce solutions that help industrial suppliers to get their products found, designed-in, and purchased, today announced that it has been selected by Sensor Solutions to update their website’s 5-step sensor selection process.

Sensor Solutions has selected CDS to update their online Sensor Selection Wizard. The new Wizard will feature a responsive website design that will provide Sensor Solutions customers with new methods to find the best magnetic field sensor for their application from thousands of unique products on both desktops and mobile devices. The Wizard will be built to meet the needs of engineers, product designers as well as regular buyers within the supply chain who are trying to find the right part for their application. The new Wizard design will be user-friendly and will offer a pleasant buying experience for Sensor Solutions customers.

“We’re delighted to support Sensor Solutions said John Major, CEO CDS. “As product selection and buying continues to change and evolve, sales and marketing organizations need to continually come up with ways to get in front of the selection and buying cycle. Sensor Solutions has selected CDS to implement a modern sensor selector to ensure their products are found and are specified by engineers into new designs.”

CDS helps grow industrial B2B e-Commerce sales and strengthens customer loyalty for its clients through interactive online product catalogs, configurators, ecommerce, 3D CAD & BIM model solutions that drive SEO.

About Sensor Solutions

Sensor Solutions® was incorporated in Colorado in 1993. It started with a new design of a family of magnetic distance sensors that provided an analog output proportional to the distance to ferrous metal.
This sensor caught on in the test and measurement field. From that product, we grew into having over 20 different families of products, all based on magnetic field detection.

The company currently holds 5 patents in magnetic sensing, and we are working on a few more. Over the years we have continued to grow our test and measurement, OEM, and replacement magnetic sensors.
Our current catalog has over 6,000 unique Hall Effect Switches, Gear Tooth Sensors, Reed Switches, Magnetoresistive sensors, and specialty magnetic field sensors.

We regularly develop new magnetic sensors for prototypes, OEM products, OEM replacements, and custom applications. So whether you need a new custom sensor, are trying to replace a magnetic sensor that is no longer available, or need to replace a magnetic sensor that does not meet your needs; contact us and we can find you a catalog or custom magnetic sensor to meet your needs.

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About CDS (Catalog Data Solutions, Inc.)

CDS enables Industrial B2B e-Commerce by providing 3D Catalog, Configurator and CAD eCommerce solutions that get their products found, designed-in, and purchased. Founded in 2005 with headquarters in San Jose, CA, CDS enables building product and industrial parts manufacturers and their distributors to increase sales by enabling their products to be specified into new designs, improve website conversion rates, generate high quality sales leads, and improve customer service. CDS Catalog as a Service™ and CAD as a Service™ solutions include the CDS ModelServer™, CDS Catalog™, and CDS Configurator™ products. CDS’s skilled and experienced professional services team provides CAD modeling and implementation services for the successful deployment of CDS SaaS solutions. The company’s customers include the world’s leading manufacturers and distributors in the building products, high tech and industrial manufacturing industries. For more information call +1.408.550.8820 or visit www.catalogdatasolutions.com.

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