Almac launches mobile web site

Monday, July 2, 2012 12:25 PM

Almac launched a mobile optimized version of its web site, enabling biotech and pharma clients and prospective customers to access Almac’s content while out of the office with only a smartphone in hand.

The new mobile ready site, designed to work with all mobile operating systems including Android and Apple, contains shortened summaries of all the sections of Almac’s full web site broken-down into 6 tabs: services, news, events, locations, contact us and vacancies.

The new web site was created in response to an ever growing number of visitors accessing the main site via mobile devices. The mobile ready site enables users to store an Almac icon on their phone’s screen providing rapid access in just one click, enhanced resolution for all screens sizes and a search function enabling visitors to access any content from the full site.

“At Almac we are always looking to help clients with any requirements they have and by launching this new mobile web site we are providing even greater accessibility for the significant number of people that view our services and locations through mobile devices,” said Philip Diamond, vice president of corporate market development, Almac. “We are one of the first CDMO companies to invest in online technologies to respond to this growing need, providing up to date information on our global portfolio helping to facilitate real time decision making wherever you are.”

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