Marmon Industrial Energy & Infrastructure and Concora have created a new partnership to provide a digital experience transforming the way designers and engineers source and specify Marmon IEI’s products.
Concora Spec is powering Marmon IEI’s new website, www.marmoniei.com, which integrates six of its brands (RSCC, Comtran, Kerite Pump Cable, Harbor Industries Canada, Dekoron Wire & Cable and Dekoron Unitherm) into one central platform. This online product experience, found on the Technical Resources tab, will make it easier for specifiers and design engineers to access and specify Marmon IEI’s scope of products and services. Concora Spec provides a centralized content platform and helpful tools, such as product categories, spec compare, and submittals, to enhance the user experience (UX) for AECs.
“We are honored to partner with Marmon IEI and help them improve engagement with designers and engineers by improving their online user experience and access to Marmon IEI’s comprehensive range of products.” -Eric Snyder, CEO of Concora
“In addition to the ease of use and time savings for designers/specifiers, Concora Spec also empowers Marmon IEI’s sales and marketing teams with access to up-to-date analytics and actionable steps that enhance our customer’s journey.” – Crysta Abell, Marketing Manager for Marmon IEI
Berkshire Hathaway’s Marmon Holdings comprises 11 major business groups that vary from medical care, food services to heavy industry, transportation, construction and more. These groups share expertise, knowledge, and resources with and within each other with a singular focus: the customer. With Marmon’s backing, Marmon Electrical was derived to support energy exploration and production with specialized wire and cable. Within Marmon Electrical, the development of what is now called Marmon Industrial Energy & Infrastructure, uniting 6 various entities known for their high-performance wire, cable and tubing products installed all over the world in some of the harshest environments.
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