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Fike Enhances Corporate Web Site
October 1, 2010
2 Min Read
Fike, a leader in industrial and commercial safety solutions, has renovated its corporate website, www.fike.com. The site now features an improved and user-friendly Fike Representative locator, the option for architects and engineers to schedule a “Lunch and Learn”, separate event and news sections, and the ability for mobile users to access the site from smart phones or PDA devices.
"One of the main features we focused on for improving our site is the ability for architects and engineers to schedule a Lunch and Learn," said Barbara Sheehan, marketing communications manager. "The Lunch and Learn buttons are highlighted on the individual product pages. We wanted to reach out to not only our distributors and drive more business to them, but to our end customers as well that are interested in learning more about Fike products."
Specific enhancements to the interactive, easy-to-use representative locator allow end customers to search by a specific product line and then by country, state, or U.S. zip code to find a dealer in their area that sells Fike products.
"Fike decided to improve this area so that we offered a global approach to finding dealers that sell Fike products in their area of the world," Sheehan added. "Once customers have narrowed what they're looking for, dealers in that area are displayed with their location information and how they can be contacted."
Furthermore, Fike reached out to mobile users and created an abbreviated site that can be accessed by visiting http://www.fike.com via mobile devices or smart phones. This site allows users to view upcoming events and news as well as locate a Fike representative in their area.
Fike is a global supplier of products and services that protect people and critical assets from dangers such as fire, explosion, and over-pressurization.
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