NORTHFIELD, MINN. — Northfield Automation Systems recently announced the unveiling of their new web presence, made live to the public on July 7, 2010. The new site replaces their four-year-old website which had been developed prior to the emergence and wide acceptance of international web standards.
Darin Stotz, Director of Sales and Marketing for Northfield Automation Systems, spearheaded the development of the new site. He said, “The new site is significantly more user-friendly and overall does a much better job of giving those interested in us a full view of all that we do. We wanted to ensure that potential customers, our partners, members of our industry and others could both find us on the web, and then find the information they were seeking within our site. The updated design and navigation of the site goes a long way toward accomplishing that goal.”
Stotz continued, “While a high-quality, user-friendly website is important, we recognize that it will never replace the person-to-person interaction that is so key to our work. Our site was designed to give people the key information they need, but we’ll never rely on it to speak for us. As a staff we’ll continue to be available to current and potential customers as well as others who reach out to us.”
The content of the new site will be updated frequently, Stotz noted, in the hope that visitors will return often to learn more about events and other news from the company.
“We’re excited about it,” said Stotz. “We’re hoping to expand our visibility within the industry, and this new website is a great first step for us.”
Northfield Automation Systems, Inc. designs, engineers and fabricates automation machinery for OEMs and high-volume, custom manufacturers. Its engineers provide consultative support for streamlined manufacturing processes with turnkey, integrated equipment. The company’s vision is to become the global leader in web-based, high-precision, roll-to-roll processing of thin-film applications, including flexible electronics, display, solar, flexible battery, and organic electronics. The company is located in Northfield, MN, which is 35 minutes south of the Minneapolis/St.Paul metro.