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Delta Sigma Pi Locator

Custom Sitefinity Development

Delta Sigma Pi Locator
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Overview

Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is the leading co-ed business fraternity in the United States. BoxCrush built an interactive chapter locator for this client’s website.

Quick Facts

  • Users can search by province, region, state, and other factors
  • Map view and list view
  • Links to DSP’s Patriot database, so any personnel/contact changes update automatically
Tags :
  • Custom Development
  • development
  • sitefinity

BACKGROUND

DSP needed a chapter locator on its website, so that new and prospective members, and alumni, could find their closest chapter. DSP leadership wanted users to be able to search by a number of different criteria.

CHALLENGE

Visitors to the site could not easily find their chapter, so they were calling and emailing DSP personnel to get this information. It wasn’t the best use of DSP employee time, and the frustrating online experience wasn’t ideal for members.

SOLUTION

Using DSP’s database of chapter locations and contacts, BoxCrush created a search function that shows results in a list view and in an interactive map, with pins for all chapter locations. Clicking on a pin displays additional details, such as chapter name and URL, a link to the chapter profile, and its membership numbers.

The chapter locator reduced the number of calls and emails at DSP headquarters, as site visitors were now able to easily find their chapter info. BoxCrush also rebuilt the entire DSP website to improve the user experience and help visitors find information.

Take a look at what we were able to do for Delta Sigma Pi Locator.

“After looking at numerous vendors, we were drawn to BoxCrush because of their experience with the Sitefinity CMS and their tell-it-like-it-is attitude.  We knew we needed not a vendor, but a partner, as we underwent a complete website overhaul. New design, new features, and completely new content.  The BoxCrush team took the time to learn about our organizational structure, history, and operations so that they could write the content, build the integrations, and most importantly, guide us through a massive undertaking."

- Jeremy Levine