Water savings and management company, Demeter Water Solutions are delighted to announce the launch of their new website.
The company help businesses across various sectors reduce their water costs and usage using their data logging equipment and water management software, Utility Manager. The updated website is part of their long-term marketing strategy to increase the company’s online presence and build on recent successes.
Demeter has had much success since incorporating in 2008 by husband and wife team Liz and Andy Smedley. They were a runner up in the prestigious Company of the Year category at the North East Business Awards in 2020 and have gained an increased customer base during recent years.
Working with businesses across the UK, they monitor water usage and also provide leak detection and repair services saving businesses potentially thousands of pounds per year.
The new website gives users an easy to navigate and user friendly experience with new features including water savings tips, blogs on reducing water usage and of course the ability for users of the Utility Manager software, to check their usage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Director, Andy Smedley, who has over 30 years’ experience in the water industry is delighted with the new website, “We really wanted to give the visitors to our site a user friendly and easy to navigate experience whilst also providing as much information as possible in relation to our services.
Our customers needed to have access to their Utility Manager login portal whilst we also wanted to provide helpful information on water savings and show not only the monetary but environmental implications of water leaks and misuse.
2020 has not been the easiest of years for businesses, therefore I’m delighted our team has worked hard to not only increase our customer base but to also concentrate on our marketing too, the website has been the successful first step in our marketing strategy and we can’t wait to get started on the rest of our projects throughout the coming weeks and months.”