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AEPC revamps website to expand global reach
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Jul '14
In a bid to reach the maximum stakeholders and create a brand image to the garment traders across the world, AEPC has revamped / redesigned its multilingual website in over 80 different foreign and Indian languages. 
 
The new multilingual website was inaugurated and launched by Mr. Virender Uppal, Chairman- AEPC on 3rd July 2014 in Apparel House, Gurgaon in the presence of Shri Sudhir Sekhri, Chairman-EP, Shri H. K. L. Magu, Chairman-F&B, other Executive Committee members and Mr. Puneet Kumar, SG-AEPC.
 
Speaking at the inauguration Mr. Uppal stated that, “The new website is unique and offers to promote and give freedom of accessing useful information and trade support to its members apart from retrieving the relevant information at the user end. The tools are interactive and offer a huge convenience to users. The objectives of this website are to showcase that the business is open 24x7 and promote exhibitors’ goods in overseas fairs and exhibitions; aspire to increasing customer base; offer tremendous cost saving and advertising opportunities both online and through Apparel magazine; create AEPC’s brand image, add value and provide higher level of satisfaction with improved credibility in secure platform.”
 
The striking features of website are: The website is multilingual, the user can read the information in over 80 different foreign and Indian languages; Content Management System (CMS) – The website is having the dedicated content management system with user credentials, which could be used to update the latest content or editing of the existing content of the website from anywhere, anytime and from any device/ gadget like mobile, tablet, phablet etc., Content Placement – The information is placed on the website in such a way that the user can easily locate the required data/information from home page only; Photo gallery and Video Gallery – The website is hosted on web server with the capacity of 200 GB and can easily store large number of images and videos and archived too. 
 
The website has been designed to provide maximum Security – The most importantly, the website is hosted in Tier-3 Data Centre with double firewall system.
 
AEPC’s other sister verticals like ATDC, IAM and AMH Sector Skill Council’s websites too would have links to this website.
 

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