New UTEC Website Enhances Customer Experience

Posted by Michelle Howard
Friday, July 25, 2014
Martin O'Carroll

To heighten customer engagement and meet the complex needs of its growing global client base, UTEC has announced what it is calling a significant step forward in its customer service ability.

The company has recently launched a new website which doubles as an interactive customer interface and offers access to a range of information and tools on a 24/7 basis.

The company has a global footprint with 15 offices in eight countries and has completed projects in over 35 countries.

The new website fully integrates UTEC Geomarine and UTEC StarNet into the main UTEC site, streamlining and standardizing how users can access information into one location.  In addition to keeping up with corporate developments and news, visitors will also be able to learn where UTEC is exhibiting, learn more about performance history and access the innovative UTEC StarNet iSite integrated 3D web-based software package.

The news follows hot on the heels of the announcement that, for the second year running, UTEC has featured in the list of Houston’s Top 100 companies which is published annually by the Houston Chronicle newspaper.

Commenting on the new website, UTEC CEO Martin O’Carroll said, “Our website has evolved to become more than just a source of information but takes that theory to a whole new level and becomes a key tool for client interaction.

“We always ensure that we collaborate with our customers to identify and achieve the desired end result in every unique project and this new website will play an important role in underlining that ethos.”

He added, “Our inclusion in the Houston Chronicle list is testament to the growth of our business, demonstrated by UTEC holding a higher position on this year’s list than in 2013.  Our appetite for growth is global and this listing plays an important part in illustrating our vision for the U.S. and beyond.”



 

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