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AIM Solder has launch of a newly streamlined version of its official website. The modernized design for www.aimsolder.com now provides AIM's customers a platform that is easier to navigate with its enhanced mobile functionality.
AIM's Marketing Department has been working diligently to bring visitors a more user-friendly mobile version of its website as well as to sharpen content for easier navigation. The newly improved design makes content, such as product information, technical guides, Safety Data Sheets and Technical Data Sheets, more accessible. Whether being accessed from laptop, mobile device, or tablet, visitors to AIM’s website should be able to quickly locate the intended information.
"The mobile user market is continuously growing at a rapid pace. We wanted to ensure an optimal user experience for those accessing our site while on the go," said Kelly Cardone, Marketing Manager at AIM Solder. "We are pleased to introduce AIM’s newly streamlined, mobile responsive website to our existing and potential customers who have come to expect the highest quality support and products from us."
For more information, visit www.aimsolder.com on your desktop or mobile device.
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