Ability IT launches impressive new website

By Ability IT | Posted: 25 Oct 2017

Local IT support company Ability IT are excited to announce the launch of their new website, designed and built by website partners Bluestorm Design and Marketing.

The updated site includes changes to navigation, removing the need for dropdown menus and has improved its mobile friendly appearance and improved the structure of content and there’s a whole host of smaller but impactful changes, all to make the customer experience of the site more user friendly.

Designed with simplicity in mind and with a focus on product and service offerings in an easy to navigate format, the new site is clear and concise to help customers find the information and support they need quickly and efficiently.

With a bright, bold and individual new look the site focusses on members of the Ability team who deliver the high-quality support that the company is renowned for.

The news section features technical blogs and the latest team updates and activities and Managing Director Michael O’Grady says “We’re extremely happy with the new site. It delivers the functionality and simplicity that we wanted to convey which will help our customers understand our product and service offering and find what they need quickly and easily.”

Established in 2000 and amassing hundreds of clients from around the UK and across many different industries, Ability IT offers a full range of IT services from support, hosted services, to hardware and software.

Growing exponentially year on year and achieving an impressive 42% increase in turnover last year, this ambitious IT business is planning to expand their team and product range as they build on this years successes.

To visit the new website visit www.abilityit.co

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