Ariens launches new ECHO website with better user experience

by | Aug 24, 2017 | Features, News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Ariens Company has launched a new website for ECHO Power Tools, offering an improved user experience. The new website has clear visual and responsive design and visitors, both domestic and professional, will be able to navigate their way around with ease.

A key feature is the new e-commerce functionality which provides ECHO customers with an additional channel to purchase ECHO products. ECHO build all their machines to professional standards to meet the demands of domestic customers and professionals, who want to use their outdoor tools to increase productivity and reduce downtime in maintenance.

The new website has a clean, uncluttered and responsive design for mobile devices which is ideal for the busy professional who wants to visit whilst working on-site. There is a new ?Click and reserve? ecommerce functionality which allows customers to order and reserve their chosen products online. The products are then dispatched to their preferred dealership where they can collect the purchased item.

Jef O?Riley ? Marketing Manager says:

“We are excited about the launch of our new website for ECHO and the improved user experience it brings. Visitors to the website will have seamless mobile or desktop access to explore each of our products. The website also contains a wealth of content, showcasing our products and their features in the environments they are designed to be used in.

?The new ?click and reserve? ecommerce functionality will provide our customers with an additional ordering channel, which will also support our network of dealers.?

The new website also features rich content such as videos and product info sheets, helping visitors make a more informed decision on which ECHO product best meets their needs. Overall the new ECHO website will be more engaging and navigable, with improved access to category/product pages.

ECHO products are manufactured by the Yamabiko Corporation. For over 60 years, Yamabiko have been a leading Japanese manufacturer of professional outdoor power tools. ECHO tools are hardworking, tough, durable and dependable, a two-year professional and five-year domestic warranty shows this.

Visit www.echo-tools.co.uk to see for yourself.

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