Regs4ships Partnership Redeveloping Web Services

press release
Friday, November 11, 2011

Regs4ships is calling time on their web services in a bid to revolutionise the way that customers use their products and services.

 

With its new creative partners, a global IT and business solutions provider, aap3 Regs4ships is investing substantial cash in redeveloping and future proofing their place in the market for the next ten years. Captain Richard Eastham, Chief Executive at Regs4ships Limited, said: “It has been a year of achieving milestones at Regs4ships, we have recently celebrated our ten year anniversary and are boldly looking towards the future with our customers firmly in mind.”


Any organisation needs to refresh their website regularly to ensure that it is up‐to‐date with the latest website technology, which is something that Regs4ships is well aware of. Following feedback from our customers, we are planning a major redevelopment of our site www.regs4ships.com. Captain Eastham added: “We are looking at the design, the type of information that is displayed and the way the pages are coded to ensure that we are developing our products in line with current trends, which is why we are pleased to announce our partnership with aap3 Creative Solutions.”


Lee Doel, Technical Lead and Web Architect at aap3 Creative Solutions said: “We are very pleased that Regs4Ships have decided to use aap3 Creative Solutions to update, modernise and improve their website. We are looking forward to using our knowledge and experience to create a showpiece website that fully fulfils the needs and requirements of Regs4Ships and their clients.”
 

 

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