Thursday, October 29, 2020

Clearmark ICE launches new and improved website

Clearmark Solutions, the leading UK-based coding and labelling solutions provider of ICE and Zebra coding equipment, has recently launched their new and improved website.

The new site showcases innovation and puts a greater focus on the company’s consultancy and partnership approach to working on tailored projects, helping customers achieve what may have once felt unachievable with other coding suppliers.

It contains an ever-growing resource hub containing technical guides, topical industry content, high-quality videos, the recently launched virtual demonstration room, and more.

Visitors will find a new and improved format with detailed product listings making information clearer and more user friendly.

The new site has a polished and professional new look with a technological focus and has been designed with the users in mind. It is easy to navigate with a streamlined customer journey enabling users to find useful content quickly.

As part of the new launch, Clearmark is holding a competition throughout October. The competition will require users to hunt for QR codes hidden within the website, to reveal an anagram. All entrants who crack the code will be in with the chance of winning an iPhone 12 soon after launch.

“After several months in the making I am extremely pleased with the outcome of the new site and think customers and visitors will benefit greatly from the increased speed and streamlined design, not to mention the useful content, from demonstration videos to topical industry articles and more,” said Chris Simpson, Managing Technical Director at Clearmark.

Visit the website this month to be in with a chance of winning an iPhone 12. Follow Clearmark on LinkedIn or Twitter @ClearmarkCoding to receive extra clues for the competition.

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