IGaming software solution company SOFTSWISS has just unveiled its newly-redesigned company website, combining a user-friendly product presentation and an online tool for business growth.
The website’s new design, SOFTSWISS said, ‘is made to display key pillars of service declared by the company, namely expertise, innovation, and security.’
“We are really happy with what we’ve done,” SOFTSWISS Chief Marketing Officer Valentina Bagniya said.
“Hopefully, the new website will provide a deeper understanding of our products and showcase all the possible cooperation opportunities SOFTSWISS has to offer,” she continued.
The website’s redesign remains dedicated to the company’s relatively recent rebranding.
One of the most notable visual features is the inclusion of 3D elements, reflecting the innovativeness of the company’s solutions whilst also providing visual prompts for the growing number of software products and solutions in the company’s portfolio.
Visuals aside, the redesign has also updated the website’s navigation.
Website visitors will be able to discover SOFTSWISS products and services, as well as the solutions derived from them. Users can also expect more pages to be added shortly, as more product announcements are to follow.
SOFTSWISS’ corporate online resource now highlights the company’s charity and social responsibility initiatives, whilst providing materials for media partners.
Website guests will also get acquainted with the SOFTSWISS experts through a collection of their though leadership pieces on a dedicated page.
Moreover, website users will now have the opportunity to subscribe to company news via email.
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