WebGreeter Releases Mobile Version of its Website

WebGreeter, a globally renowned online support service providing company, has recently released the mobile version of its official website. The user-friendly mobile version of website allows customers to easily access the company’s website while being on the go.

Online PR News – 23-November-2013 – Chicago, Illinois – Since its commencement, WebGreeter, a live website support provider, has always been renowned for adopting cutting-edge technology and offering radical services to its esteemed clients. The recently launched mobile version of its official website has ingeminated the tradition. The handy mobile version is accessible from any web-enabled phone or smartphone and from now onwards, clients using a smartphone to access website will be automatically redirected to WebGreeter’s mobile website.

Mobile phones have become a staple for all of us and people love to do most of the tasks on their smartphones even shopping. A recent research survey indicates that more than 64 percent of website browsers prefer to access e-commerce websites via their smartphones. The increasing popularity of smartphones evoked entrepreneurs to design and launch mobile versions of their websites.

WebGreeter’s mobile website is also a result of thorough planning and development. The website is keenly designed keeping everyone’s needs in view and deep attention is given to every minor detail. All the categories such as Features, Partners, News and Events, Industries and Blog are arranged on the landing page for clients who prefer to browse rather than search.

According to business experts, within few years, live website chat support will become mandatory for every e-commerce website. Considering this line as a queue and seeing increase in mobile phones use, WebGreeter offers live chat option on the landing page. With the help of this feature, clients can start live chat with website representative whenever they want, even if they reject agent’s chat invitation in the beginning.

Every minute detail and every aspect of the website was reconsidered to offer the best user’s experience upon viewing website on the small screen of a smartphone. “Crafting mobile version of a website does mean starting website development from nick,” says Fred Quincy, Manager of Web Development Department at WebGreeter. He further says, “Every page was reorganized and redeveloped to make website’s content readable on a four inch screen of mobile phone.” Along with mobile version, another website version optimized for tablets has also been developed and launched.

Fred summarizes, “Now the website is more accessible to our clients, as we are offering them full access to every section of the website, whenever and wherever they want.”

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