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GJS reveals completely new redesigned responsive website
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Jul '14
GJS revealed a complete redesign of its website to increase speed, improve customer experience and take advantage of the proliferation of mobile and tablet devices being used to both peruse and purchase printing products in today’s market.
 
The new website was developed entirely in-house and utilises ‘responsive design,’ the latest in web development technology, which means that no matter the size of the monitor, mobile or tablet screen you view it from, it will automatically adjust to fit the display perfectly.
 
“GJS was first in the industry to have a website, which we debuted in October 1999 and the first to introduce ecommerce facilities in June 2002. We also strive to be at the forefront of technology and innovation and this sixth iteration of our website provides our customers with the three things most important to them; information; speed and convenience. Since implementation, we’ve already recorded a significant increase in customers shopping using mobile and tablet devices, a trend that will no doubt continue to increase,” said Greg Stone, Managing Director, GJS.
 
“And because we’re more than just machinery, we’ve now removed the word ‘machinery’ from the new website, including the URL, and replaced it with the simple and easy to remember GJS.co,” Greg added.
 
 “Whilst there are so many new things to love about our new website, we haven’t forgotten about the things our customers have always valued – up to the minute order status and stock availability, visibility of account and invoice balances, the ability to easily update account details and a one-page express checkout so they can get back to running their own businesses and profiting from print,” Greg concluded.

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