Tuesday, June 11, 2013

bfi Introduces New Website



ELIZABETH, NJ (June 2013): BFI (Business Furniture, Inc.) proudly announces the launch of its newly redesigned, customer-focused website. The new site integrates the detailed product information and services customers depend upon into an easy to use design, that puts BFI's resources right at the web-users' fingertips.

The site (www.bfionline.com) provides more ways for potential customers to identify products for their specific functions, applications, and industries, while providing a comprehensive product search function for those more familiar with Herman Miller and other popular lines of office furniture.

Making for a better customer experience.

One of the major features of the newly designed website is its mobile-optimized website which provides visitors with a user friendly experience on all mobile devices and platforms (iOS, Android, Windows phone, Blackberry). Keeping the needs of mobile users in mind, the layouts are designed for smaller screens allowing BFI to lower the risk of losing mobile website traffic by catering to the tech-savvy customer who expects instant information access.

The mobile friendly design is easy to read and seamlessly navigate on mobile devices. The responsive designs have been developed with the latest HTML5 coding, allowing the site to be viewed in both portrait or landscape mode. Content is minimized to allow for quicker loading times and mobile detection technology will show the appropriate mobile or desktop version.

For over 65 years, BFI, has been a leader in furniture specification and furniture project management. With offices in Elizabeth NJ, Parsippany NJ and New York City, BFI is a nationwide resource managing product and service solutions, procurement, delivery and installation, furniture asset inventories and reconfiguration services and 24/7 on-line customer service. Representing over 200 office furniture manufacturers, bfi employs over 75 professionals serving a diverse customer base in the corporate, governmental, medical, educational, architectural and design and real estate sectors.

No comments: