We are delighted to launch the brand new website for Measurement Solutions who have its headquarters in Peterborough.
We were lucky that Measurement Solutions have been trading successfully for many years and we were able to build the new website inline with their business reputation.
We built the new website using Microsoft's ASP.NET 4.6 framework which features a secure administration area meaning Measurement Solutions are able to login to their website and makes changes 27/7, even on their mobile device if required!
The new website is fully responsive across multiple browsing devices including desktop browsers as well as smartphones like iPhones.
The website also features a smart menu system which is also fully compatible with smartphones.
More About Measurement Solutions
Measurement Solutions was formed in 1998 by Managing Director Iain Caville, who previously had over 20 years experience in 3D measurement in a variety of industrial markets including construction, large scale metrology and industrial metrology.
The company was originally founded as one of the first overseas sales and support partners for Metrologic Group of France, and is still one of the leading resellers of their 3D inspection software. Company growth has seen the addition of several key products from some of the World's leading organisations, including SPC software and laser scanning systems.
Feedback From Measurement Solutions
"Having spoken with several local companies to develop our new website, Pebble gave me that "fuzzy-warm feeling" that you get when something just feels right. Right from the outset, their approach was professional, giving us plenty of advice and suggestions how we could improve our site. The complete process from initial concept to going live was quick and relatively easy. Dave Evans was extremely patient as we constantly bombarded him with emails and questions, every one responded to quickly. Their advice was crucial to ensuring our website was well-received by our customers and business partners alike. Highly recommended, and they didn't cost the earth !"