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Brookes, a business to business mail order company selling work related clothing, has launched a revamped e-commerce website designed by Digivate. The new site offers improved functionality, better navigation and easier shopping, and was completed in less than eight weeks. With Digivate’s open source based TurboShop 4.0 as a platform, the new site includes all standard TurboShop features such as a full reporting module and an intuitive editing suite, so that Brookes can analyse and amend the site at any time. In addition, the site features quantity based pricing to ensure that customers get the same volume discounts offered in the catalogue.
Ian Brookes, Managing Director of Brookes, says, “The new site gives us an up to date online shop – vital for us to compete in today’s market. Digivate have provided a comprehensive, friendly and fast service, and I’m delighted we chose to work with them.”
Will Gotley, Managing Director at Digivate, comments, “First class websites like the new Brookes’ site are more important and more affordable than ever.”
Digivate was founded in 1998 by a team with extensive retail and mail order experience. The company has always been dedicated to providing an integrated service for multi-channel merchants - from site design to online promotion, via site management and strategic consultancy. Digivate is the proud winner of the ECMOD 2004 ‘Supplier of the Year’ award. Current clients include Paperchase, Selfridges and Sofa Workshop.
For further information, please contact Will Gotley on 020 7845 9955 or email him on email@example.com
Published on: 12:00AM on 17th February 2005