asknet website relaunched with new design
Karlsruhe, March 30, 2015 – asknet has completely redesigned its website, giving it a fresh and modern look. The new structure is more customer-centric and has a stronger focus on the e-commerce providers’ customer groups.
“The new website allows us to quickly provide our customers with information. That includes the customers who use asknet for selling physical and digital goods as well as our customers from the academic world,” says Tobias Kaulfuss, CEO of asknet.
For the development of the new layout search engine optimization of the content was just as important as usability and a modern look. To ensure that visitors of the website get a fast overview, asknet chose a concept that allows users to get to every level and subpage with one easy click.
“Of course we have optimized the pages for all common devices,” Tobias Kaulfuss says. “We want people to have fun using our website and convince themselves that asknet is an expert partner.”
Visit asknet’s new website at www.asknet.com.
About asknet AG
asknet, a pioneer in the development of global e-commerce solutions, offers extensive expertise and individual shop solutions to ensure worldwide electronic distribution of products of all kinds 24/7 in more than 190 countries. Customers benefit in selling digital and physical goods from both the possibility of handling a variety of international payment and logistics processes as well as the extensive experience of the company in the development and operation of successful e-commerce platforms.
Founded in 1995 as a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) the company is also a partner of around 80 percent of German universities and research institutions. Here asknet offers as a large account reseller for manufacturers such as Adobe and Microsoft a comprehensive range of software licenses and services related to the procurement and distribution of software. In addition, asknet distributes via the established internet platform "studyhouse.de" a wide range of software to students. For more information, visit www.asknet.com.