Wilo USA Announces Updated Selection Software
Rosemont, IL. Wilo, a provider of pumps and pump solutions for water management, building services and groundwater, is pleased to announce the launch of its new, updated selection software, Wilo Selector, powered by Intelliquip®.
Users now have access to a powerful, consolidated platform for the building services and groundwater product lines. The platform allows for the selection of a pump based on requirements entered by the user and will generate pricing and performance documents for the appropriate pump or booster system. Additionally, the selector has the ability to save multiple pumps to a single project and create a combined project document which includes all of the individual pump documents.
The website has a responsive design and allows access to the platform from any device, such as a laptop, cell phone or tablet. It offers two versions of the selection tool, an advanced selector and an abbreviated selection option, called Quick Select. The Quick Select feature requires only the head and flow in order to make a selection and is an added tool for efficiency.
Don Kahn, Senior Product Manager at Wilo USA says, “We are working continuously to engineer effective solutions for our network. The new platform streamlines the selection process, and now with the Quick Select feature, that process can be slimmed down to just a few steps.” He continues, “The new platform is fast, easy and convenient, and no matter where you are, access is just a few clicks away.”
Selection for Water Management products is still available via Wilo Select 4, however, Wilo is working to migrate all products to the new platform and will release further information as the software is updated.
About Wilo USA
Wilo USA is a subsidiary of Wilo SE, which is headquartered in Dortmund, Germany. Wilo is one of the leading manufacturers of pumps and pump systems for heating, cooling and air-conditioning technology, for water supply and for sewage and drainage. The company is represented worldwide in over 90 countries by more than 60 subsidiaries, including 21 production sites, and employs more than 7,700 people globally.