22 Oct AB&R® launches redesigned website for supply chain professionals
Phoenix, Arizona, October 22, 2018 – AB&R® (American Barcode and RFID Inc.), a nationwide provider of proven supply chain solutions, recently launched a redesigned website for supply chain professionals.
The website enhancements are guiding professionals in all industries to learn more about how barcode and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology can improve the productivity and efficiency of the supply chain. The website features an enriched user experience giving visitors quick and easy access to the information they need. AB&R®’s new website is purposefully built to include a mobile responsive design and a secure domain making it safe for anyone on any device.
“We are excited about the new AB&R® website because it fully showcases all the supply chain solutions we offer to our customers,” said Ashley Stewart, Marketing Manager at AB&R®. “Our website is full of content that covers a large spectrum of information making it a prominent resource for those who are looking to improve the efficiency and productivity throughout their entire supply chain.”
In addition to a revamped user experience and design, the AB&R® website contains a wide range of new content about supply chain technology, including blog posts, articles, videos, customer case studies, and detailed product information pages. The site features the newly released podcast, AB&R® and The Connected Supply Chain; highlights include subject matter experts and guest speakers as they discuss supply chain challenges and the best way to solve them.
The new AB&R® website is available at https://www.abr.com.
Since 1980, AB&R® (American Barcode and RFID) has been a nationally-recognized integrator of proven solutions that drive efficiency and productivity in the supply chain. Those solutions include asset tracking, inventory management, work force mobilization, wireless networking, and the managed services to support them all. For further information about AB&R®, please visit www.abr.com.
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