“We redesigned the website to make the content more accessible,” said Suzanne Corbo, director of marketing at MicroMain. “The new site is sleeker and faster to navigate. We wanted to showcase our products more clearly so that our customers could make better decisions regarding their maintenance and facility management software.”

MicroMain’s new easy-to-use website goes hand in hand with their mission to provide user-friendly asset and facility maintenance software to customers in industries from healthcare to manufacturing. Visitors to the site can expect to see an immediate improvement in efficiency over the old site design. In fact, initial user testing shows that users are able to find the information they are seeking an average of two minutes faster when compared to the former version of the website.

Included on the new website are video demonstrations and previews of MicroMain’s software as well as testimonials from customers who are currently using the company’s systems. MicroMain software packages include computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS), computer-aided facility management (CAFM) software and capital planning software.

Users visiting the redesigned website can chat in real time with a company representative, or call or email for support. Also included in MicroMain’s website upgrade are offers for free trials and live demos of their software.

“Our company is growing, so it makes sense that our website would as well,” said Corbo. “All of the changes to our website were designed to better communicate with our customers, so that they can understand the value of MicroMain software.”

About MicroMain
Since 1991, MicroMain Corporation has been providing maintenance software and facility management software to organizations worldwide. More than 3,100 customers have chosen MicroMain software to manage more than 5,000 facilities. MicroMain prides itself on personalized services and close ties to customers. MicroMain Corporation has been a Microsoft Certified Partner since the inception of the program in 1994.

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