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Aventis Systems Launches New Website Featuring Interactive Customer Interface

New Site Offers Fast and Modern Interface Designed to Simplify Shopping Experience for IT Professionals and Provide Dynamic Real-time Quotes on Equipment

ATLANTA, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aventis Systems, Inc., a leading provider of both new and refurbished IT equipment, officially launched its new website, www.AventisSystems.com, featuring an advanced interface that grants customers the ability to easily customize systems and receive real-time price estimates while shopping the site. Designed with a new modernized interface, the website offers intuitive navigation, and the ability to search by product, brand, model, or configuration from thousands of products and tens of thousands of upgrade paths.

IT professionals now have the ability to view convenient, dynamic pricing as products are added to their cart.  Unlike other industry websites, Aventis Systems lists pricing for all products and services listed on the website. The Company has the most products with web-listed pricing than any other Value Added Reseller site in the industry. An interactive sitemap is also available for customers to quickly and easily jump to any product and begin configuration.  

"With time in such short supply, our goal for the website is to provide users with a one-stop resource that will quickly and easily connect them to information that helps them make informed and affordable choices to meet the needs of their organization," said Hesam Lamei, President and Founder of Aventis Systems.  "Our website redesign has been a priority initiative for us and we look forward to customers discovering this very useful resource.  Our website also features an advanced client services portal on the site which will provide our customers with unlimited access to unmatched customer service and support they have come to expect from Aventis Systems."

Dedicated & Advanced Client Services

Serving as a one-stop shop for customer service solutions, product questions, upgrades, etc., the new site offers customers the ability to chat live with a product specialist Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. EST.  Shoppers are immediately connected via live chat with a customer care specialist who helps them determine needs, assess product options, and decide upon the best product and IT solutions to fit both their budget and needs. 

Category Shopping

Unique to the Aventis Systems website is a category-based shopping system, allowing each customer the option to shop within a predefined category, with recommended configurations.  These categories include Basic, Advanced, or Superior options. Within these categories, customers are given additional options specifically designed to enhance the product selected, as well as upgrade existing warranty programs associated with the selection. 

Added Value

The site now has several new capabilities created to provide quick access to comprehensive resources including detailed product explanations, uses and applications, and access to unlimited content, including whitepapers, blogs, and Aventis Systems' very own 'Techie Tips'.

Free Shipping

Continuing its dedication to offer unsurpassed customer service, Aventis Systems will continue to offer free ground shipping for all website orders in the United States.  All orders have additional options to rush build systems same-day with some of the fastest turnaround times in the industry.

About Aventis Systems

Aventis Systems, Inc. is one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. The Atlanta-based company specializes in Dell and HP lines of servers and storage units, as well as Cisco networking equipment. The Company also offers a full suite of business class workstations, desktops, laptops and all hardware components necessary for upgrades.

Aventis Systems' mission is to build long-lasting relationships with customers by offering an extensive plan designed to cover their IT needs. Aventis Systems starts by leveraging experienced sales and engineering professionals to evaluate customers' infrastructures in order to craft the most cost-effective solutions. Due to the company's expansive inventory, Aventis Systems delivers these solutions with the shortest build and ship times in the industry. Additionally, the Company offers on-site installation services for customers across the continental U.S. so that they can implement their projects as quickly as possible. All Aventis Systems' customers are covered by comprehensive warranties which include access to dedicated, domestic technical support. Optional maintenance service plans are provided by certified technicians with on-site response times as short as two hours. Finally, to further simplify the purchasing process, Aventis Systems' offers equipment trade-in and financing options. For more information on Aventis Systems, please contact 1-866-528-9313, visit www.AventisSystems.com or connect with them on LinkedIn.

CONTACT: Kathy Siefert, Carabiner Communications, 404-441-3669, [email protected]

SOURCE Aventis Systems, Inc.

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