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Construction knowledge hub Databuild has debuted its newly designed website, www.databuild.co.za, which features a streamlined look and feel, improved functionality and easy access to information on the Databuild services suite.
“Since our establishment in 1974 Databuild has entrenched itself as a market leader in the provision of accessible, dependable construction information,” says CEO Morag Evans. “The demand for accurate knowledge is rapidly intensifying and manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and sub-contractors increasingly rely on Databuild to increase their business opportunities through our extensive spectrum of services.”
“The new-look website accurately reflects our company’s fresh and innovative strategic outlook for 2021 and beyond,” she continues. “In line with our commitment to satisfy the project information needs of our clients, Databuild is positioning itself as a pivotal player in the construction and allied industries and a vital source of intelligence for all stakeholders.”
The easy-to-navigate website offers a seamless user experience, taking visitors on a journey that provides an informative overview of the company’s services, including BuildConnect product specifications, Watchlist Connect market intelligence through and ShowcaseConnect product launches.
The website’s newsroom enables visitors to access up-to-date information on industry developments and trends through media releases, Databuild-hosted webinars and blog posts. Additionally, a comprehensive calendar provides details on upcoming construction industry events, including CPD presentations, online roundtables and webinars, and live conferences and trade shows.
“As Databuild continues to grow, we strive to reflect our excellence not only in our offering but with our online community as well. Our new website highlights our commitment to creating the best experience for our clients, partners and other stakeholders in the built environment,” Evans concludes.