Need to rent an office?

CALL: 020 3053 3882

Blog

officebroker.com Launch New Website

officebroker.com Launch New Website
 http://www.officebroker.com/images/articles/WebsiteLaunch.jpg Virtual Earth Mapping shows exact office building locations

BritainΓÇÖs fastest growing online office broking company has launched a new look website with enhanced branding, improved functionality and state of the art technology.

With a focus on superior usability, the updated site features Microsoft Virtual Earth mapping and advanced Ajax technology.

Microsoft Virtual Earth is an integrated online mapping service that uses birdΓÇÖs-eye, aerial, and satellite imagery. Using its capabilities officebroker.com customers can build their own personalised and interactive property report which allows them to zoom in and examine listed properties in their chosen locations.

Ajax technology, which stands for ΓÇÿAsynchronous Javascript and XMLΓÇÖ, has also been incorporated into the new site to improve and speed up its functionality. Often described as a web timesaver, this cutting edge technology allows customers to browse the officebroker.com website in real-time. Put simply, Ajax technology allows customers to browse the officebroker.com site without the need to refresh the search engine.

we will always go out of our way to meet clientsΓÇÖ needs.

Jim Venables, Managing Director, officebroker.com

Founded in 2001 by Birmingham born entrepreneurs – Jim Venables and Andy Haywood, officebroker.com is now the UKΓÇÖs largest online commercial property broker for both serviced office space providers and SMEΓÇÖs and corporate businesses requiring flexible office accommodation in the UK and overseas.

Jim said: ΓÇ£As an online service provider, keeping up to date with the latest technology is of prime importance to us and a key driver in our success. Our website reflects the companyΓÇÖs central business strategy which is superior customer service – we will always go out of our way to meet clientsΓÇÖ needs and, because our property portfolio is so extensive, we are almost always able to oblige.ΓÇ¥

Pin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Google+Share on Facebook

Tags:

Author: | February 19, 2007 | 0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *