· 13 websites tailored to local market and industry needs across EMEA
Brussels, ZETES Industries, a leading provider of supply chain and people identification solutions across EMEA, announced the launch of their 13 new websites, specifically built to better serve the needs of customers, partners, investors and prospects.
The concept behind the complete revamping of the Zetes web properties was to better differentiate the group’s two core business lines: solutions for supply chain optimisation, and those aimed at automatic people identification, as well as the markets served by each business line.
Website users across all industries are now able to easily explore the different technologies, products and services underlying Zetes’ solution offerings, enabling them to choose the combination that best fits their needs. An extensive collection of case studies organized by market, help prospects discover successfully implemented solutions addressing similar business challenges.
Belgian web agency The Reference was Zetes’ chosen partner for the project implementation.
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