OPC Systems Announces New Website Redesign
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Evergreen, CO (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
The new website design will provide an intuitive way for customers to navigate to the areas of interest for the products and services they are looking for. By taking into account site traffic that arrives to the site, and how people consume the content found within, leads to an effective way to streamline the navigation. Analyzation of how users navigated the prior site led to presenting choices that were commonly sought after, thus making the experience easier for the customer.
Ken Eldridge of OPC Systems explains that the website redesign was also important in giving customers a better understanding of what products and services the software has to offer. For example, the website now highlights videos of the software in action in which people can find more easily and learn more about all that OPC Systems has to offer.
"The new web site gives our customers a quicker path to a solution by focusing on their particular application requirements. Customers can now get to an end result quicker by evaluating our product with a full implementation before they make a purchase. The new web site is more solution based than the previous web site to help the customer choose from 15 different product features which will help them achieve their goals."
Open Automation Software has been a corporate member of the OPC Foundation since 1997. Open Automation Software is a Gold Star Member of the Better Business Bureau maintaining and A+ rating. Open Automation Software is a US corporation providing HMI and SCADA software products for automated systems to customers worldwide since 1993. Our main focus is providing the latest technology solutions for our manufacturing and OEM business customers for open platform HMI and data acquisition applications. We have many distribution and service centers located around the world to help your company reach it's product goals.
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