|By Marketwired .||
|May 7, 2014 01:41 PM EDT||
MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwired - May 07, 2014) - Comm-Works a leading global IT Integrator is pleased to announce the launching of their new corporate website at: www.comm-works.com. The unique, all-encompassing, and complex services Comm-Works has to offer is now finally being accurately depicted in an elegant and simple manner. The extensive redesign and focus of the site is aimed to help their customers and partners get a comprehensive understanding of Comm-Works' complete range of services and value.
Unlike before, the Comm-Works site has been created with the user experience firmly in mind for simplicity and ease of navigation. The objective of the new site is to engage each of their varying audience segments more effectively, speaking to the customers' unique challenges and highlighting solutions that cater to their needs. Content, videos and case studies work together to provide a cohesive overview of Comm-Works Service Lifecycle capabilities across a wide range of technologies.
A study conducted by Stanford, evaluating 2,684 people, determined that the design of a website was the highest determining factor in credibility (46.1%) followed by information structure (28.5%). Jacob Pomplun, Comm-Works Director of Marketing stated "Creating a website and graphics for a company whose services are everything IT -- from deployment planning and installations to staff augmentation -- was no easy feat. This is especially true when considering the various forms and types of technology deployments and installations Comm-Works completes. Comm-Works truly covers it all and that is what we wanted the website to demonstrate."
The site was developed using the latest responsive technology enabling compatibility with all browsers and mobile devices. By using Wordpress, one of the prominent content management systems in today's market, the site was designed to be extremely flexible and scalable. The corporate site will actively be updated and reviewed to reflect new ideas and the most advanced technology solutions being offered.
Comm-Works operates to remove the burden from the end customer. By offering an all-encompassing Service Lifecycle Management, created based on the expertise of in house engineers and the customers' specifications, the difficulty of coordinating services and projects is a problem of the past. Using Comm-Works 24/7/365 global partner network of 20,000+ technicians and Comm-Works project management teams assigned to the customers project from implementation to completion, each location becomes a scalable, repeatable, and consistent process to ensure each project is on-time and in-budget.
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