RAK Ceramics launches mobile website
Ras Al Khaimah, January 16, 2013
UAE-based RAK Ceramics, as the world’s largest ceramics manufacturer, has launched its mobile website, designed for handheld and touch-screen interfaces.
The company already enjoys a viewership of over 150,000 visitors a month on its regular online portal as it attracts visitors from its customers spread across over 160 countries where RAK Ceramics products are distributed.
Abdulla Mahmood, general manager Marketing & Corporate Communication, RAK Ceramics, said: “More and more, people have turned to smartphones and androids as their mobile of choice – which means more customers are opening web pages on these devices. The problem with a conventional website on a smaller display is that it is unpractical, and we pride ourselves on being the complete opposite, which in turn gave rise to our new mobile website.”
The new application consists of browser-based HTML pages that are linked together and accessed over the Internet, either Wi-Fi or 3G and 4G networks.
On display will be the company’s various lines like Ceramics, GP Tiles, Specialty Tiles, Eco-friendly Tiles, Bathware along with the iDesign Tool, Latest News, CSR activities and Exhibitions, along with other elements of interest.
“RAK Ceramic’s vision to keep customers at the forefront of every development, which is why it was important for us to be able to assist clients by showcasing our products, best sellers and ever evolving new designs. The idea behind the mobile website is better access, exposure and mobility; we are confident that we achieved just that for our patrons,” Mahmood added. – TradeArabia News Service
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