Engineersupply Launches a New Website Design Engineered for Its Customers

Jul 14, 2015 -- EngineerSupply.com, a trusted favorite within the AEC (Architectural Engineering Construction) Industry, launched a new website design engineered for its customers. Improvements made were for easier navigation, enhanced security, added features, and faster loading times. Additionally, a mobile friendly site was developed for customers using mobile devices such as tablets or smart phones which enhances the mobile experience. After taking years of customer input and suggestions, the new website is now focused more on the customer and powered by technology.

Being in business for 16 years now, has resulted in EngineerSupply to become a high-traffic destination. The needs for faster page loads and easier navigation had become, not only a much needed improvement, but also a necessity. Hosting servers hardware have been upgraded as well as the server software, both of which allows the new website design to perform at a much higher level of service.

About EngineerSupply
EngineerSupply was started 1999 with an idea to serve Engineers, Architects, Builders, Designers, and anyone that works in or close to the AEC industry. From it's beginnings in a bedroom of a small home to now it's own office building with full-time staff, customer service has been the focus from day one. EngineerSupply has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, thousands of 5-star customer reviews, as well as a stellar credit history with its suppliers.

Since 1999, EngineerSupply has met the equipment needs of professionals in engineering, construction, design, surveying, estimating, law enforcement and other fields. The privately held, Lynchburg, Virginia based company has a constantly expanding product line and a customer service team with years of experience in the engineering and surveying industries.

More information can be found at the company's website,  www.engineersupply.com.



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