After months of preparation and in-depth client consultation e3 Systems have just launched their new website -e3s.com. e3 Systems’ aim is for the site to become the industry reference point for all advanced marine electronics and services information. It covers the full range of e3’s recommended technology, services, support and training plus a host of other information including white papers, editorials to the yachting press, technical updates and tips, latest gadgets, gizmos and special offers. The site has some great photos and a few YouTube videos. More videos and photos will be added for fun and support. e3 also want to encourage clients to send relevant videos or photos to add to the information bank on the site.
All the content is linked to Twitter, so follow “e3systems” on Twitter and you will be notified of any new technical updates, interesting developments, white papers or dates of new training courses.
This launch is just the public phase of the website. The second phase will provide personal access for e3 registered Clients and e3 Partners with instant on-line services including contract form completion, buying and account enquiries. There will also be a support desk for on-line queries and a knowledge database. This is all being developed in parallel with an extensive companywide Customer Relationship Management system which will provide the very latest level of automation for now and the future.
e3 Systems have developed what they call our core3 technology from years of experience providing service on over 2,500 vessels in the marine industry. Typically they are working on between 5 and 10 different vessels every day ranging from 20m yachts to 340m commercial vessels.
Their core3 technology is the best of all the products and systems on the market today. These are the products and systems that perform the best from our experience on real live working vessels and as a result of positive feedback from our clients.
It’s Football World Cup year. If you have superyacht owners or guests who want to watch the World Cup and your job depends on it be very careful. Make sure you will be able to watch it where you expect to be cruising as you may not be able to receive it where you think you will be able to. The World Cup will be transmitted on BBC and ITV only on Sky and Freeview and this has very limited Med coverage. e3 Systems