Technoline Malta announced the going LIVE of its new, state-of-the-art, content-driven website this 25th June 2011.

The site addresses three main priorities, first that of serving as the company welcoming face to clients, secondly to enable improved interactivity between Technoline and its market, and finally, to strengthen the company’s Euro-Med presence.

“The launch of Technoline’s new site compliments the recent adoption of our new corporate identity” explained Simon Cusens, Managing Director for Technoline Ltd.

Developed by the Maltese-German IT firm, Dmax.tv, www.technoline.com.mt is a minimalist designed, easy to navigate and information-rich site, that communicates Technoline's  brand id to its visitors.

“The new site gives us a lot of flexibility in terms of dynamic data updates which offers us the opportunity to alter the site structure in-house, depending on our changing business requirements, and its search-engine-optimization (SEO) features enable us to reach a wider audience than other conventional methods,” highlighted Patrick Farrugia, IT Manager.

Technoline has this year also invested in Dmaxepaper.com,an advanced email marketing solution that includes automated business reply service. This smart system enables the company to keep in touch with its contacts through eNewsletters and in the process, maintaining real-time intelligence statistics about readership and market trends.

As part of a contemporary online presence, Technoline has also launched its online shop, facilitating the purchase of many of its products and consumer brands, including a home delivery service. The added advantage to clients is the ease of placing the order, the online payment process and the peace-of-mind of knowing local after-sales service is guaranteed.

“Technoline will continue to invest in its online presence, SEO and company IT as I believe this brings us even closer to our clients and distinguishes us positively from the rest of the market, in terms of our 'added value' promise,” concluded Mr. Cusens.

Technoline’s new web site was part-financed by the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) programme.

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