We have finally launched our new website!
In this day and age, a website is a crucial communication channel.
Visitors have come to expect high-quality content and a simple user experience. That is the standard.
Unfortunately, our previous one-pager website just wasn’t getting the job done. It wasn’t organized well enough and it was lacking important product information.
That’s why we are now very excited to present you with our brand new website!
A lot is new but without getting into all the nitty-gritty details, three things really stand out.
- The look is totally different. We’ve been a bit courageous and we have experimented a bit with exciting colours and patterns that perhaps aren’t typical for the payments industry. We wanted our design to stand out a bit while still keeping things professional. Kudos to Skadoosh, a British Web Design and Marketing studio, for coming up with the creative.
- More company and product information. Informing you, our readers, of what we offer, and on how our products can help you save money is obviously very important. Our new website provides you with the information you need to decide whether you should further your interest.
- New blog and media page. These are both initiatives that we are very excited about. Our new blog is going to be a place where we are going to be sharing our experience and expertise in the payments industry. These are going to be insights that will shape your thinking so that you see things as industry leaders do.On the other hand, the media page is going to be a collection of links to other places on the web that are talking about us. As time goes by, we look forward to growing an archive that shows how much together, we have developed as a company.
What our CEO had to say
Our CEO and co-founder, Jens Podewski, commented that “through this new website, we now have the ability to effectively share our industry experiences and expertise. The Payments industry is evolving quickly and therefore it is important that our clients, partners and other stakeholders keep up with the developments in order to take advantage of the existing market opportunities. The new website offers much more information and features, and so we’re confident it will be a very useful tool in helping us to expand our business in Europe and beyond.”
What do you think?
Despite all the above, what matters most to us is what you think of the website. Preferences in Web Design are quite subjective. Different people like different things. So please do post a comment below and tell us what your first thoughts are, as your perspective may be completely different from ours.