PEACOCK Bros supply chain product purchasing website came online at the start of August, incorporating some of the most advanced features, with simplistic ease of use and 128bit data encryption security.
A link to the new website is located at www.peacocks.biz and is available for any business within the supply chain industry to use.
Packed with features, the new website has the ability to recognise existing customers by the username and password entered automatically adjusting, the pricing, product options and billing procedure.
For example if a customer is regularly re-ordering a label that has been custom developed, a new category will appear with their labels listed and all the artwork details included. This literally provides customers with the convenience of their own webpage within the site, customised to suit them.
Peacock Bros MD Neil Crump said Peacock Bros had identified the need for online purchasing within the supply chain industry.
"With nothing currently providing what was needed, we designed and built our own."
A unique feature is the ability to configure many of the products listed rather than having to purchase standard "off the shelf" equipment. Customers can start with just the base model barcode printer and add only the features that they will use, keeping pricing down to a minimum.
The format is very easy to use and for those who know exactly what they want, it takes less than a minute to complete.
"Customers don't have time for lengthy ordering processes, this site is designed to provide the same level of service but at a fraction of the time previously required." Mr. Crump explained.
Peacock Bros. has always provided every customer with account personnel who are the point of contact for advice, service and sales enquiries and this has not changed.
Every order placed on the website is processed via account personnel, ensuring that the quality of service received with every order remains the same. Security and confidentiality is addressed, by hosting the server off-site within a secure vaulted facility using the same 128bit data protection protocols as many of our banks now prefer.