Mission Critical Solutions

STI-CO® is a premier supplier of custom antenna solutions serving a variety of industries including Military & Defense, Covert Operations, Public Safety, Freight & Commuter Rail, and Commuter Bus with built to last antenna solutions boasting the lowest life cycle costs in the industry. The B2B manufacturer wanted to migrate from their existing brochureware-only WordPress site to a commerce-enabled web presence.


The Challenge

STI-CO had never sold their antenna systems online before, strictly relying on their website as a lead generation tool for potential customers to learn more about their product offerings before contacting the sales team by phone. They needed a platform that could meet the needs of their B2B customers and could grow with their business.

After a discovery session where we evaluated their needs against several ecommerce platforms, we recommended they move forward with a BigCommerce Rapid Deployment Solution using our custom built Elevate template.

Project Highlights

With an extensive range of out-of-the-box features, BigCommerce was the perfect choice for STI-CO’s ecommerce debut.

Rapid Path to MVP

By leveraging our BigCommerce Elevate theme, we were able to develop STI-CO’s new ecommerce site in just 6 weeks and provide a top notch foundation for iteration. 

Dealer Locator

In addition to selling their custom antenna solutions through their new website, STI-CO also sells through a network of dealers. We built them a store locator so customers can easily find a location nearby.

Roadmap for the Future

With our phased approach, we were able to roadmap a plan for future success. Phase 2 will include rolling out several new features on BigCommerce’s extensible framework.


Read the full case study.

How Above The Fray teamed up with STI-CO to help bring the leading B2B manufacturer of premier antenna solutions online with BigCommerce.


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