Keynetix Launch New Website and Technical Blog

Keynetix are proud to announce the launch of the new look Keynetix.com website and their new technical blog.  The website has been redesigned from the ground down to include more information for our clients on what our products do and how they can be used.

Over the last 12 months we have invested heavily on improving our online presence and experience. Phase 1 included the launch of Keynetix Assist, our online software knowledge portal.  Our second phase includes the launch of the Keynetix.com website and technical blog. Over the coming months we will add more content to this new website and write a new technical blog post each month.

“The improved website is a reflection on how Keynetix has grown over the last 3 years” Roger Chandler, Managing Director at Keynetix “The technical blog is a great addition and an opportunity for best practice articles on Geotechnical Data Management. I look forward to contributing to this new section of the website and encouraging other staff and users to contribute. “

 

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new site

The previous version of the website was launched back in 2012 to coincide with the launch of HoleBASE SI.    The new website is easier to navigate and includes more detail on the features and benefits of HoleBASE SI and KeyLAB.

Steve Evason, one of our great software consultants, took up the challenge of leading the Keynetix.com upgrade project in July 2016 following the success of his management of the assist.keynetix.com project.   On completion of the project Steve’s comments summed up the feeling within the project team.  “It has been great to be a big part of relaunching the Keynetix main website.  It is really exciting to show our customers a new, great looking website which I am very proud of”

We have also made a major update to all of our available literature. Under publications you will find a range of items ranging from our routinely updated technical blogs to our eye opening client stories, which are all available for you to download and read. We also have included an archive of some of the white papers that members of our team have previously authored.

An improved events section allows users to book at any of our events, exhibitions and online and offline training. With our online webinars starting again soon this section is bound to be one of the most visited sections of the site. Keep an eye out for the webinar announcement in the next couple of weeks.

Finally, we have now placed all our customer and support teams in front of a camera so you can see them and find out more about the voices down the phone line on our meet the team page.

 

 

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