Arco is bringing safety right up to date with the launch of the new Arco website, which features a modern look, improved navigation and product advice, plus the new product advisor function to help customers find the right safety equipment for the job.
With the largest range of safety products available, the new Arco website is an excellent reference tool for safety managers, business owners and workers looking for advice and a wide range of safety clothing, equipment and tools online. The website has been given a modern streamlined look, specifically designed to improve customers’ experience. An improved layout and navigation system gives customers a quick and simple way of ordering safety products at their convenience.
As experts in safety, Arco has made selecting the right product for the right job much easier. The new online product advisor function guides customers though a search to ensure they are recommended the appropriate product for the job. Product pages have also been updated to provide more information on individual products, including technical data sheets and the ability for customers to leave feedback and read other user’s comments. Customers can also get the latest delivery details in real time, ensuring that the service Arco offers is time-efficient for the customer.
In addition to the new website, customers can now browse safety equipment by iPhone with the new app available from iTunes. Customers can view and search through the entire Arco safety product range, find their local Arco branch and call to place orders directly from the new Big Book where ever they are, with full access to all products.
Ian Millar, e-Business Manager commented on the website upgrade, “We’re determined to continue to improve the website and make our customer’s experience much more constructive and time effective. We listened to feedback from customers and brought in an industry leading consultant to advice us on best practice and the result is a website that provides everything our customers might need in a user-friendly format.”