Pulse Uniform Announces New Marketing Plans for 2011, Unveils New Website Design
Pulse Uniform unveils its immediate plans in 2011 and lays out several changes in many aspects of its business including production, sales, and customer service.
Woodstock, GA (PRWEB) December 17, 2010
Just like closing a page of a book and opening a new one, Pulse Uniform stages itself with a new path for its marketing plans next year ““ closing 2010 with pride and facing 2011 with high hopes. The company announced that by the end of this month, a new website design will get online at pulseuniform.com promising of better consumer-friendly software applications, easy ordering systems, real time online chat support, frequently updated features section, and highly-secured payment methods. In addition to these developments, Pulse Uniform also unveiled that they have tapped other nursing scrubs manufacturers to join the company’s ranks giving more options to consumers.
“Next year, we are expecting a robust increase of sales because of the improvements and as early as now our team has already prepared with this positive change. We have already named our best seller nursing scrubs like Cherokee scrubs, Grey’s Anatomy scrubs, and Dickies scrubs and aligned our ordering and delivering systems to better serve our clients,” Team Leader Karen, from the Pulse Uniform Customer Service Department said in an email announcement.
Pulse Uniform will be launching the said developments in response to the great patronage of customers to their products and services for the past seven years. Having been tested over the years of doing business, Pulse Uniform naturally learned the secret that giving everything for customer satisfaction is by no means just the best virtue of marketing. By the end of the second quarter of 2010, Pulse Uniform brought back in their line of products the most sought Dickies scrubs and uniforms. For a month, scrubs and other products under this brand has been scarce anywhere on the web and upon the resumption of its delivery of nursing scrubs to retailers, the company immediately ordered the first batch of this brand to satisfy volumes of requests from customers. On the other hand, Cherokee scrubs ““ another banner brand of the company ““ continues to sell among many health practitioners; paving for an increase in volume of product acquisition.
“We are expecting that the new site will be up by the end of 2010. So far, we have already been instructed that more brands will be added in and that the CSR Department will be made available 24/7,” added Karen in the same email.
This coming 2011, a very discreet change in the website design and systems ergonomics will be observed. Clearance products will be updated frequently so to cater those who are keen of purchasing marked down items like medical uniforms, nursing scrubs tops, and other accessories. As a part of the regular updates, new items will be featured in the “What’s New” page almost weekly. Coupons, freebies, and promos will be featured also in the clickable flash slide show in the home page. In addition, aside from Dickies scrubs and Cherokee scrubs, the company will be tapping other brand makers too like H.Q. for more options for the growing list of customers.
Free online chat, great customer service 24/7, and the 100% price match guarantee has been retained and improved in order to widen Pulse Uniforms reach and concretize its value of “Always Customer First.”
For more information about their products and services, their customer service team can be reached 24/7 through a toll fee line at 1.866.967.8573. For other questions, they can also be reached by visiting their site and using the online chat live support.
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