AkzoNobel’s Wanda Rolls Out New Web Site - BodyShop Business

AkzoNobel’s Wanda Rolls Out New Web Site

Wanda, one of the fastest growing car refinish brands of AkzoNobel, has introduced a  new Web site designed to provide distributors and body shops in North America a more in-depth product and communication resource. It can be accessed at www.wandarefinish.com.

AkzoNobel says the new site was designed to service the growing brand, more than 250 distributors and an array of customers by providing a destination for comprehensive product and support information as well as improved functionality.

The site provides an array of up-to-date information about products, sales support, purchase and distribution, answers to often-asked questions and color tools. Body shops can easily access technical data, look up distributor information and find out about current Wanda promotions and activities.

Wanda’s interactive distributor section with its enhanced installments to news, information and sales tools will offer online training and testing, as well as online ordering, affording distributors access to Wanda’s reference materials and video demonstrations of procedures and processes for product applications. This section also features a message center allowing distributors immediate access to important Wanda news and bulletins.  
 “At the pace business moves in this day and age, having the ability to communicate with customers is essential. We are excited the new Wanda Web site gives us that and more,” said Mark Rapson, Wanda brand product manager. “The site will be a valuable tool for customer communication and interaction, providing a wealth of resources to help advance their business.”

More information:

Wanda Refinish

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